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 - 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 $250 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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