most frequently asked questions regarding Chile Red Deer Hunts:
Q - Are there any other big game animals I can hunt in Chile besides Red
A - Yes, we also have some of the world's largest Fallow deer and hunting
occurs in very limited numbers each year. Please consult with us regarding
Fallow deer Hunting
Q - What are the costs to hunt fallow deer in Chile?
A - The daily rate is the same as the daily rate for red deer. Trophy fees
range from $1,000 - $3,500 depending on the trophy size.
Q - Are there any fishing opportunities in Chile?
A - Absolutely, we can arrange for some excellent guided fishing tours for
salmon and trout in some of the most beautiful scenery you can imagine very
Q – What do I need to bring?
A – Good pair of Binoculars, camera, light rain gear, light pair of hunting
boots or Rubber boots for the wet morning grass, Camo hunting cloth for weather
in the 50’s – 70’s small day pack for personal items.
Q - When is the best time to hunt?
A - We only hunt for Trophy stags between March 15th and April 5th, which is
prime time during the rut.
Q - Can I bring my own firearms to Chile?
A - Yes, but it is not recommended. We have very good, modern rifles with
scopes available for you to use at no charge. Chile is not a well known hunting
destination, therefore handling of firearms importation by Chilean officials is
not a common practice.
Q - What kind of weather can I expect for this time of year?
A - You should expect weather similar to the Southern Rockies in the U.S.
around late September. (Keep in Mind it will be early fall there).
Q - How many animals can I expect to see each day?
A - During the rut, on an average you should be able to see 1 to 10 mature
stags per day.
Q - Are they vocal?
A - Yes, during the rut they become very vocal. During the peak of the rut
they will sometimes roar all day. You will hear them roar throughout the night
from your cabin.
Q - Is this a physically demanding hunt?
A - No, In fact it is quite easy, since most of the time you will spend
waiting in a high house or stalking slowly through the woods, trying to get a
look at a roaring stag.
Q - Is the C.I.C. scoring system the same as S.C.I. or B & C scoring system?
A - No, the B & C scoring system is only for North American Trophies. The
S.C.I. scores all Big Game Animals from around the world. The C.I.C. scoring
system on the other hand, credits mostly on weight and mass of the antlers,
which is normally found on the older, more mature animals and on Stags, it gives
most credit on length, and circumference and spread.
Q - Do the guides only speak Spanish?
A - No, besides Spanish, they are all also fluent in English and German.
Q - How far will I have to travel to combine a fallow deer hunt with a red
A – If you let us know ahead of time, we can put you in an area to hunt
stags very close to were you can hunt Fallow deer as well.
Q - Are there any predators in Chile?
A - Pumas or Mountain lions are present and are fairly common, but they are
protected by law.
Q - What about bird hunting?
A - No, Chile is not known for good bird hunting.
Q - Can I bring along a non-hunter?
A - Absolutely, they will have a great time and enjoy great food and
accommodations. The cost is $200 per day.
Q - What about trophy preparation?
A - Our staff has been trained by a professional Taxidermist. They will
properly take care of your trophy, as well as packing.
Q - How do I get my trophies home?
A - Your trophies will be dried, crated and shipped with all export
documents in April, at a very reasonable cost.
Q -If I decide to go and send in my $2,000 deposit, what happens if I can't
A - Deposits are non-refundable, unless your slot can be replaced by another
Please understand that these hunts are very limited per year.
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