WHITETAIL DEER CENTRAL PLATEAU
The Central Plateau Whitetail Deer lives in the rugged mountains of north-central Mexico.
It is considered one of the most challenging of the North American trophy species, as it is one of the smallest whitetail deer, weighing an average of 60 to 70 kilograms. This Mexican deer is one of 5 new subspecies eligible for the SCI record book.
Our 5-day hunt for the Central Plateau deer takes place in the Sierra Madre Mountains in the state of Zacatecas, during the months of January and February, so it is being hunted at altitudes between 1,900 and 2,600 meters above sea level.
All our hunts are conducted in the most ethical way, stalking on foot in the hills and canyons of the Sierra Madre mountain range, arriving to the hunting area in 4×4 vehicles. Once the trophy is located with binoculars, the stalking method begins, to get as close as possible to a comfortable distance for the shot, however when a road or pond is frequently visited, hiding places can be used to obtain a good buck. Each year we obtain a good amount of trophies that measure over the 120″ SCI mark. Our professional guides know very well the behavior of the deer, so they will do their best to give the hunter a great experience in Mexico.
The price per hunter is 5,700 €.