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Western Trophy Connections MX - Hermosillo, SE, MX

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Outfitter: Western Trophy Connections MX

Outfitters Summary: It is our hope that you will allow the dedicated and professional staff at The Trophy Connections and Associates to connect you to your next western big game hunt. We manage select private ranches in Mexico and California for the purpose of producing quality animals that will offer our hunters a chance to take a trophy of a lifetime.

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Sonora Hunting

Mexico is becoming one of the world’s most attractive hunting destinations. They offer a vastness of unpopulated areas, low hunting pressure, liberal game limits, and a mild climate and an abundance of feed (grains) for animals. Mexico offers red deer hunts, elk hunts, whitetail deer hunts, black buck antelope hunts, big horn sheep hunts, wild boar hunts, fallow deer hunts, and more! 

 

Mexico offers red deer, elk, whitetail deer, Antelope, sheep, hog, fallow deer, and many white wing doves, mourning doves, gould’s turkey, ocelated turkey, ducks, and geese. You must decide what you want to hunt to decide where you will hunt (which state). Mexico has about 2,600 hunting areas and each state offers different animals and birds. There are strict rules and licenses that you will need to follow.

 

In the northwestern region, in the state of Sinaloa are Presa Huites, Presa Miguel Hidalgo, and Presa Josefa Ortiz de Domingues. Here there is a large population of Canadian geese, mallards, pintails, redheads, teal, canvasback ducks, quail, and white wing dove. In the Culican vicinity geese, ducks, doves, quails, blue pigeons are abundant. The Mazatlan area (Presa Comedero) is popular for pintail ducks, gadwall, bluebill, Brandt, widgeon, teal, blue wing dove, quail, deer, and wild pigs.

 

In the northeast region, states of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon (bordering southwest Texas) are noted for huge whitetail deer. In Nuevo Leon, the best area is located southwest of the city of Nuevo Laredo for deer and blue quail. The state of Tamaulipas is a “hunter’s paradise” for bird hunting. Here there are million of ducks and geese. The Hermosillo area offers Big Horn Sheep, mule deer, and white tail deer. The Pachuca area offers wild boar, red deer, and exotic birds. The Tlaxcala area offers white tail deer, red deer, fallow deer, wild boar, and doves.

 

If you are going to Mexico to hunt, you might find it best to let an outfitter/ US broker get you the proper licenses. If you prefer to do this yourself, you will need a hunting permit from SEMARNAP (a Federal Agency of Mexico), a consulate certificate, a special visa, and a military gun permit. You will also need 8 passport photos for each gun permit. This can be very frustrating and time consuming. Also, hunting outfitters have access to lands that can be, and are, fulfilling to your “hunt dreams”. This way everything will be legal. 

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