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Though it is the second year in a row when winter seems to stay forever here, we have successfully started our spring Capercaillie hunts near Saint-Petersburg! It is a great way to combine traditional Russian hunting for an ancient bird and cultural leisure in one of the most interesting cities of Russia.

What can be better than the mountains? - Only mountains with sheep and goats! We invite you to discover Asia with its large population of wild sheep and goats. Hunting in Asia is a great adventure. World’s largest wild sheep, the Argali, also known as the Marco Polo are among the top trophies and are hunted in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan is also a great habitat for mid-Asian ibex.

Your Tajikistan hunt provides the opportunity for the largest (56’’ +) trophy to be expected. Your Tajikistan hunt is expensive and you also have to be in the top shape for this high altitude hunt.

More economical Argali hunts for trophies in the 46-52’’ range are available in Kyrgyzstan which also gives a chance for world-class Ibex trophies. In Mongolia you can harvest impressive Argali trophies – Altai, Gobi and Hangai. Those are the largest wild sheep in the world.

Altai Argali inhabits Altai Mountains, Gobi lives in the Gobi Desert. Gobi Argali found in the Hangai Mountains is categorized as a separate trophy known as Hangai Argali.

Mongolia is also great for ibex with two species – the Siberian ibex and the smaller Gobi ibex. Those hunts are quite easy and popular since the population is high and the mountains are neither high, nor very steep.

It doesn’t matter where you hunt in Asia. Rise to the challenge and your work will be rewarded by a long-desired trophy.

Ask us about our Asian hunts that are of interest for you and we will be very glad to share the details.

     

Dear friends!

Let’s make plans for one of the most popular and exciting hunt we offer together. Don't delay to book the best camps and hunting grounds for the trip of the lifetime.

Hunting season starts April 25 and lasts to the end of May. We have 2 hunting periods available for 2018 season – from April 24 to May 5 and from May 1 – to May 13. Which accommodate up to 3 hunters each. Our last year hunters had a 100% success rate bagging trophies of 9 feet and bigger with perfect winter coat.

Book your Bear adventure before Christmas and get a traditional Russian fur hat Ushanka from Stalker. Get dressed like a real Russian hunter to increase your chances for a better trophy.

January  is here and it is almost time to meet old friends and acquire new ones at international conventions.  We will be glad  to  see  all of you at our booths at Ovis in Westgate Resort and

Casino from January 24 to January 27, booth 332.

Also meet us on SCI in the Convention Center, January 31 to February 3, booths 4988, 4990, 4992 and in Midland on SCI West Texas Chapter on January 20, booth Stalker.

Stop     by   to   discuss  your  hunting  plans for classical popular destinations.  Also find  out  about  our  new lower hunting prices and new hunting destinations.

Here is a short feedback about the hunt from one of our friends and clients, Mr.Reznik: “Our regular flight from Moscow landed at the airport of Abakan in the morning. Right from there, we took the helicopter transfer to the hunting area in order to save time and energy and avoid the long ground transfer. Thanks to experience and skills of the helicopter pilot, we lost no time to bad weather conditions. Within an hour our heli successfully landed on the bank of the Sayano-Shushenskoye dam lake. I spotted a large group of ibex while landing already!

Our base camp was located right on the bank. From there, we took only the necessary things with us and headed up to the mountains. Several hours later, we saw the mountain camp – a small winter hut. It was quite suitable for staying overnight: a stove, board beds, and a small spring nearby. The door was wide open to prevent from bear breaking in – better open than broken. The evening scouting within a half hour walk from the camp showed us 2 herds total of about 25 animals, including at least 3 trophy males. We decided to check the other sun lit mountain faces next morning. So, we got up before sunrise and at 8:20 am spotted a herd of males consisting of 14 heads. A couple of them were good trophies. I shot at 340 meters – we heard the distinctive sound of hit, but surprisingly could not see the animal fall. So, the decision was to try and take another Ibex, since the herd didn’t move far. After the shot at 370 meters, the old billy fell down from the cliff. We climbed down a steep side and found two Ibex of 11 and 12 years old. The photoshoot and field preparation together with the climb back up to the path took us over 3 hours. We called the helicopter company and agreed they would pick us up next noon. So, we spend another night at the winter hut and flew back to Abakan – the heli transfer saved us several days in total, actually, - and probably I should say it also saved us tons of energy.”