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  • Gordon, Ben
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Kamchatka Bighorn

Our Kamchatka partners have the ONLY area on Kamchatka that produces top trophies. Hunting Kamchataka bighorn we have been 100% since 1990 – the ONLY company that can make this claim.

We opened sport hunting on Kamchatka in 1990.Throughout these many years, we have hunted bighorn in all regions of the Peninsula, but have centered our operation close to Petropavlovsk the last 15 years. We have huge areas that have produced rams up to 44”. The scenery is magnificent, the hunt is challenging and the Russians aim to please.

Kamchatka Bighorn look very much like North American Bighorn sheep. They are large and brownish-grey colored. The white rump patch is rather small and is divided by a dark dorsal stripe which continues down the tail. Head and neck may show a varying degree of grayish-white. The average trophy size is 34-38”, with a number of trophies taken in excess of 40”.

Kamchatka Bighorn inhabit the central ridge of the Kamchatka Peninsula south of the 60th parallel. Safari Outfitters was the first to open the hunting in this remote land in 1990. Since then, we have sent 50-60% of those who hunted sheep on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

This hunt offers the right amount of challenge, with the terrain resembling that of the Kenai
Peninsula in Alaska. The altitude is not a factor, with the base camp at 3000-4000 feet. All hunts are conducted on foot and transferred by vehicle.
The numbers of sheep are not great due to severe winter conditions, but this has not prevented us from achieving an almost 100% success on our Kamchatka hunts to date.

This hunt offers the right amount of challenge with the terrain resembling that of the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. The altitude is not a factor, with base camps at 3,000-4,000 feet. All hunts are conducted on foot after being chartered into the camps by helicopter.

We like to hunt Kamchatka bighorn from August 1 through early September, before the weather can turn unpleasant. We have achieved nearly 100% success on our Kamchatka hunts to date. We offer a 10-day hunt all-inclusive from arrival in Petropovlovsk, either from Moscow or Anchorage.

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This is a 10-day hunting trip in the exclusive areas from Petropovlovsk from Aug 1 – Oct 1. Best in Aug & early Sept. Additional species – Brown Bear.

PRICE – $23,500 CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

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