Arguably the best Beceite ibex hunts in Spain, if not in Europe.
The Beceite ibex is the largest subspecies, both in body size and horn size. It has very wide-set, wrinkled and ringed horns, which make its ability to climb seemingly vertical rock faces incredible. Beceite Spanish Ibex hunts take place in the rugged Eastern Spanish Mountains near the Balearic Sea. Get more information »
I would say that the key of our success is that we guide all our hunters personally between my sons and myself. We provide our customers with a very personalized service and we have Game Scouts or official Game Wardens at every single one of the areas we hunt in.” ~The Outfitter
Beceite Ibex hunts usually take place during the rut which is at the end of October, November and December.
Beceite ibex hunts are usually done by spot-and-stalk. You will be hunting in a pre-scouted area and should have multiple shot opportunities daily.
Trophy quality on this Spanish Ibex hunt is very good. This Spanish Outfitters’ clients have harvested three World Record Trophies, besides many others trophies ranking in the top ten of the SCI Record Book.
This outfitter hunts in top quality, pre-scouted areas. It is very likely to have several chances to shoot every day. Last year they went 100% on over 100 hunts!
Terrain in Spain can range from low hills to high mountains.
Depending on the time year and the region you are hunting, temperatures vary between 35 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
You will fly to the Madrid – Barajas Airport where you will be picked up by the outfitter and driven to base camp. Travel during the ibex hunts are by car.
You will stay at Casas Rojas in the Toledo Mountains, which could be considered the outfitters’ headquarters. You may also stay at top quality hotels as close as possible to the hunting areas. All meals and drinks are included.
Guiding is 1×1. You will be guided either by the outfitter himself, or one of his three sons.
We can tailor-make the hunt of your dreams in Spain, and will provide you and your non hunting companion with a most enjoyable time and successful hunt in Spain.” ~The Outfitter