The Argentina Red Stag is certainly a magnificent animal. Red deer were introduced to Argentina in the early 1900’s and have adapted and flourished throughout a vast range of the southern provinces of the country. Our company offers some of the very best red stag hunting in Argentina, along with some of the finest lodges, breathtaking sceneries, abundant game, great trophies and outstanding quality service.
Our red stag hunts are undertaken by the TGB Outfitters crew of professional hunters and guides who have a very extensive experience in this extraordinary and challenging hunt. For over twenty years our company has built a very strong reputation as one of the top red stag outfitters in Argentina.
Red Stag Hunts in Argentina start in early March and extend to late August. The Red Stag roaring period in our properties goes from the beginning of March until mid-April, being the last two weeks of March generally the peak of the rut. Hunting Red Stag during the rut is one of the most thrilling hunting experiences any hunter can dream of. All our Red Stag hunts are on foot, glassing and stalking.
Our commitment to excellence with every safari is always the same. We work hard all year round to offer our clients an authentic, challenging and rewarding experience when the hunting season comes. Our Argentina red stag hunting packages include our top notch service that pays attention to every detail, from the quality of our meals to how our client’s trophies are treated and prepared for shipping. In order to provide personalized service and have quality time with all our clients, our lodges host only limited number of guests at a time.
Red Stag Hunting in Patagonia during the rut is without any doubt one of the most amazing hunting experiences Argentina has to offer. TGB Outfitters has thousands of acres of private hunting land in La Patagonia, one of the best environments possible to enjoy a magnificent hunting experience that will remain in your memories for a lifetime.
|Red Stag||MAR 01||AUG 31||Without limit|
|Male Boar||JAN 01||DEC 31||2 per day per hunter|
|Female Boar||JAN 01||AUG 31||2 per day per hunter|
|Cougar||JAN 01||DEC 31||1 adult per season|
|Blackbuck||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Fallow Deer||MAR 01||AUG 31||Without limit|
|Axis Deer||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Mouflón||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Multi-horn Ram||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Wild Goat||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Water Buffalo||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
|Brockett Deer||MAY 01||AUG 31||1 per season|
|Capybara||MAY 01||AUG 31||1 per season|
|Hybrid Sheep||JAN 01||DEC 31||Without limit|
Temperature averages are of 18 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 10 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected at nights and early mornings throughout these months, especially from April forward. Rain is ocassional and doesn't usually extend for more than a day.
Temperature averages are of 20 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 14 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected at nights and early mornings from April forward. Rain is common and can extend for more than a day.
Temperature average is of 24 C during the day from March until May. From June through August daily temperatures average 18 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected occasionally at nights and early mornings starting in May. Rain is frequent and can extend for more than a day.
Temperature averages are of 10 C during the day from March until April. From June through August daily temperatures average 7 C during the day. Below zero temperatures can be expected all day from April forward. Rain is common and can extend for more than a day.