Bighorn Sheep, Sonora and Baja California
“Bighorn sheep in the Sonoran Desert are one of the most requested trophies in international mountain hunting.
Sierra Madre Hunting has the exclusivity to hunt 365 ha of prime bighorn sheep land in Northwest Mexico, specifically in Sonora and Baja California Sur.
Our 10-day free-ranging hunts are conducted on continental land in Sonora and Baja California Sur, mainly on foot, after transportation to the hunting area in pickup trucks or 4×4 vehicles. After locating the bighorn sheep with binoculars, the stalking begins to try to approach them at 200 to 250 meters, but we must be prepared for longer shots if necessary. During the last years we have been able to obtain trophies in free life measuring from 155 to 178 inches.
The season runs from November to March, and you can expect temperatures from -2º to 0º C in the morning and 23 to 35ºC during the day.
Price (in EUR per hunter)
47,300 € – Mainland Sonora
52,000 € – Baja California Sur (Weemsi subspecies)”