Red Stag and Fallow deer – March and August.
Other species – Year round.
Free-range red stag are a hidden gem in the La Pampa region of Argentina. This outfitter owns a total of 57,000 acres including 51,000 acres free-range, allowing the sportsperson to hunt for several different species including: red stag, boar, blackbuck, water buffalo, axis deer, mouflon, and fallow deer (to name a few). You may also do a little dove shooting from the same location if time permits for a small fee.
The quality of the red stag trophy is measured by the quantity of the points, length and thickness of the antlers and symmetry. Its fur is dun reddish in summer and more grayish in winter. They live in the protection of the scrub-lands or woods where he finds his best shelter. He has night habits, he has a great agility and speed, and he likes visiting watering holes to roll in the water or mud. Most of the year, the stags live separately from the hinds, but in March and April, when the hinds are in heat in the Southern Hemisphere, the stags and hinds get back together and then the “brama” happens, as it is called in Argentina, a term equivalent to “roaring”. The chase of this animal is done in the early hours of the morning or at dusk. The hunter looks for a strategic spot where he can hear the roar of the stags.
The black antelope hunting is done in vast plains during the day, and the difficulty is not finding the herd, which is generally easily identified, but approaching within shooting range, making this a very exciting hunt.
The area is unparalleled in natural beauty and is composed of primarily forested land with small hills and lakes. The luxury lodge offers a clubhouse with panoramic view and includes dining room, bar and Internet access. The chef will prepare gourmet dinners based on Argentina prime beef, game meats, and chicken.
This outfitter’s camps, equipment, and staff are all first-class with everyone doing their very best to see that you have a successful and memorable hunt. The best dates book up early, so don’t delay in calling.
$5,950 – Free range red stag
6 nights/5 hunting days, includes free-range red stag* no size limit
$7,600 – Free range red stag and black buck
5 nights/5 hunting days, includes free-range red stag* no size limit
* There are a few breeder stags that have been released free-range to diversify genetics, these stags will be passed, guides call.
$5,500 – Free range water buffalo
5 nights/4 hunting days, includes free range trophy water buffalo up to 79 7/8″.
May-November dates only!
$400/day, 1×1 – double occupancy
$250/day – observer
$300/day/person – dove shooting add on during big-game hunt dates booked.
$50/day surcharge for single bedroom
Trophy fees on free range species
Red stag up to 230 SCI $3,500
Red stag above 230 SCI $5,000
Management red stag $590
Axis deer up to 119 7/8 SCI $2,850
Blackbuck up to 52 7/8 SCI $1,250
Cameroon dwarf goat up to 49 7/8 SCI $1,800
Fallow deer up to 194 7/8 $2,700
Feral Goat up to 66 7/8 $1,300
Juan Fenandez goat up to 49 7/8 $2,400
Hybrid sheep up to 108 7/8 $1,300
Hybrid mouflon up to 109 7/8 $2,000
Mouflon up to 109 7/8 $3,600
Mulithorn ram up to 73 7/8 $1,300
Pere David deer up to Silver medal $15,000
Pere David deer Gold medal $20,000
Somalian ram up to 74 7/8 $3,600
Water buffalo up to 79 7/8 $4,000
Wild boar up to 6 15/16 $1,000
Gold medal and Top Ten SCI on all species POR
Trophy fees on estate species
Red stag up to 279 7/8 $4,200
Red stag up to 299 7/8 $4,600
Red stag up to 319 7/8 $5,000
Red stag up to 339 7/8 $5,600
Red stag up to 359 7/8 $7,000
Red stag up to 379 7/8 $10,000
Red stag up to 399 7/8 $14,000
Red stag 400+ POR
Trophy fees subject to change.
Reception at Santa Rosa airport, full board accommodations in luxury lodging, alcoholic drinks, Argentinean quality wine and beef, professional guiding, ground transportation in the hunting area, first preparation of trophies in the field, maid service, laundry, Gym & Spa usage
Gun importation fees
Rifle rental $50/day + ammo
Shotgun rental $75/day
Ground transfers Santa Rosa to camp round trip $100/person
Massage sesion $50
Trip & Ripcord Insurance
Trophy declaration form ………………………………… $ 40
Trophy shipment to Buenos Aires (per trophy) ……… $ 50
These expenses must be paid in cash only at the end of the hunt.
Day 1: Depart from home for night flight to Buenos Aries, Argentina
Day 2: Arrive in Buenos Aries, clear customs and fly to Santa Rosa arond 10pm, where you will be met by the outfitter and transfer to camp approximately 1 1/2 hour drive.
Your scheduled safari – full hunting days
Day 1: After last day of hunting, ground transfer to Santa Rosa and overnight.
Day 2: Depart Santa Rosa around 6 am for flight to BA, transfer to international airport for flight home.
Clients may also select a sleeper bus ground transfer between Santa Rosa and BA. Ask for details.
WTA strongly suggest you hire a transition service to assist you with clearing your firearms
WTA Travel can assist you with firearm transition services, hotels and tours pre and post safari
Please call WTA Travel for further information at 1-800-884-9332
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.