Fallow Deer Hunts in Spain
This Spanish Outfitter was awarded Outstanding International Professional Hunter by SCI.
The European fallow deer was introduced from the Middle East by the Romans over 2,000 years ago. Hunting in Spain is truly unique, it’s just something you need to do.
- Free range hunt
- Excellent trophy quality
- Hunt during the rut
- Spot and stalk
- Success rates are 100% most years
- Top notch accomodations
Fallow deer hunts in Spain take place September through February. The rut is an exciting time to hunt European fallow deer. The fallow deer rut takes place in October and the males bellow, grunt and do a good deal of fighting as they gather harems. You will be hunting in a pre-scouted area known to hold trophy caliber fallow buck, and you should have multiple shot opportunities daily.
For the best trophies, European fallow deer should be hunted soon after the velvet is stripped, since tines are often broken off in fighting during the rut in October. 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!
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our hunt in Scotland. The Dalnacardoch Lodge was wonderful and the staff outstanding. The hunt itself was challenging yet not overly difficult. Our guide was very knowledgeable, enjoyable to be with, and a real gentleman. The firearms and ammo at our disposal were topnotch.
On my hunt in Croatia, I hunted Bear, Mouflon and Sheep on this trip and all phases were well organized and a lot of fun. The outfitter had everything in order and our guides knew what they were doing and how they were going to get me on game. The trip was a lot of fun and I’d highly recommend it.
You will be guided either by the outfitter himself, or one of his three sons.
Terrain in Spain can range wildly from low hills to high mountains.
The fallow deer mostly live in the wide-open woodland areas of the Sierras.
The weather can range so be prepared.
Depending on the time of year you are hunting, temperatures may vary between 35 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Food and Lodging
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.
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.