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Red Stag country
  • Gear check list guide !!!
    BOWHUNTING PACKING LIST - ARGENTINA BOW BOW QUIVER 12 -18 ARROWS RELEASE / TAB STABILIZER RANGE FINDER BINOCULARS MECHAN/FIXED BROADHEADS MEDIUM SIZE GAME GRIZZLYSTIK BROADHEADS FOR BUFFALO GAME SPECIAL FOC SHAFT WEIGHT FOR BUFFALO GAME EXTRA BROADHEADS SPARE BLADES DAY BACKPACK OR FANNY PACK WATER BOTTLE or CAMELBAG LIGHT GLOVES SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR GAITIERS / GATOR ARMGUARD BOWSTRING WAX AIRLINE TICKETS AA BATTERIES AAA BATTERIES CELL PHONE CELL PHONE CHARGER BALL CAP BELT FACEMASK SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR FLEECE JACKET SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR (dress in layers) FLEECE PANTS SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR (noise factor) LIGHT RAINWEAR SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR ( jacket / rubber goreTex ) INSULATED PARKA SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR (dress in layers) LIGHT PANTS SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR (noise factor outerwear ) LIGHT T-SHIRT SITKA SUBALPINE PATTERN OR SIMILAR (dress in layers) BLISTER KIT REGULAR SIZE BAND-AIDS LIGHT HUNTING BOOTS ( SPOT & STALK ) HUNTING SNEAKERS ZIPLOC STORAGE BAGS SANDALS FOR THE LODGE SEVERAL PAIRS OF SOCKS HUNTING KNIFE LEATHERMAN MULTI-TOOL ASPIRIN / TYLENOL TRAVEL KIT FLASHLIGHT DIGITAL CAMERA
  • Bow & Arrow setup for Water Buffalo hunt
    Arrow & broad-head total minimum weight: 800 grs Recommended extreme weight forward center (FOC) Recommended broad-heads: Massai or Samurai single bevel. You can contact Todd Smith from GrizzlyStick todd@alaskabowhunting.com who is an expert in heavy armor setups (boradheads & arrows) Pins: 20, 30, 40, 50 yds Minimum Bow weight: 60 lbs
  • Bow & Arrow setup for Red Stags
    You can use your Elk hunting set up. Fast enough for long distance range but with good energy. Arrow & broad-head total minimum weight: 500 grs Recommended broad-heads: fixed blades if possible ( tested: Thunderheads, Slick tricks, G5 Montec, Muzzy, Stinger). Mechanical can perfrom well but some narrow angle shots may end on a very low penetration. Also you may be facing some brush or thin branches along trayectory that can deploy a mechanical meanwhile with a fixed it's a good hit. (tested: Rage, NAP spitfire with good output). Pins: 30, 40, 50, 60 yds. Bow weight: +60 lbs
  • Historical success Rate per specie
    Main species historical success rate: Free Range Red Stag in rut 90% (higher by March/April than May/June) Free Range Fallow Deer 98% Free Range Blackbuck 90% Free Range Wild Goat 100% Free Range Multi-Horned Sheep 100% Free Range Wild Boar 70%, Free Range Water Buffalo 95% Free Range Scottish Black Face 100%. Free Range Dorset 100%. Free range Puma 90% (special regulation) Other Free range species: 90-95%
  • Bow & Arrow setup for a grand slam bucket list
    The ideal setup would be the one considering the massive water buffalo and the rest of the species. Thinking in the Buffalo closer shots demaning high energy but also fast and flat trayectory for mid and smaller species, a good setup can be achieved by bringing a single 60-70 pounds bow with 2 sights and 2 arrows setups. First set of 6 heavy arrows+broadheads setup with a sight for buffalo distances, and a second set of lighter arrows+broads with the second sight setup for longer shots over the other species.
  • Suggested tips/gratuities
    Why we tip? Tipping the team who conduct your hunt is a customary act in our industry, yet still remains discretionary as a reflection of your appreciation of the efforts of the team. For the most part, these men and women do not conform to typical 5-7 weekdays, but rather early mornings and late evenings on any given day of the week to ensure the best possible service in order to make sure your hunt is a success. Although these teams are employed either on a full time basis or on a seasonal basis, many of them rely on gratuities to supplement their income to support their families back home. When and how do we tip? This is always the tricky part as the procedure will inevitably vary between camps and outfits. Communicating with your outfitter before arrival or during the hunt is always helpful in preparing your tips accordingly. Traditionally gratuities are given at the end of the safari before departing home. In most cases, your outfitter or guide in charge will arrange for the staff to bid you farewell where you can hand the tips to the members individually. In some cases, many of the members may not be present upon your departure due to their duties in the field, so handing their tips in closed envelopes to the responsible person in charge will ensure the absentees get theirs too. Typical team on our Hunts: - Lodge Manager & Professional Hunter - Guides - Skinner/s - Cheff/Cook - Cook assistant - Maids & Cleaners How much do we tip? Gratuity amounts are again discretionary, a reflection of your appreciation. Your outfitter will gladly assist in providing recommendations and a list of staff members involved in your safari, so don't be shy to ask. On the other hand you should be encouraged to you to use your own discretion considering a % of the total price of the hunt. A rule of thumb indicator recommendation by outfitters would be to give a 10% inbetween your Lodge manager, Guide, Cheff & Maids. Source: www.bookyourhunt.com alexeymorozovblog | November 24, 2019 at 7:54 am | Tags
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