Beceite Ibex hunting

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35 hunting trips from 18 outfitters starting from $3,203

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Where to hunt Beceite Ibex

Beceite ibex, along with Ronda, Gredos and southeastern ibex, is one of the four types of ibex to be found in Spain. From biological point of view, Ronda and southeastern ibex form one subspecies, and Gredos and Beceite ibex the other, but trophy books have different entries for each of the species because of significant difference in size and shape of the horns. The Beceite Ibex inhabits the mountain ranges of Spain that are located roughly between Madrid, the capital city and a great transport hub, and the Mediterranean Coast near Valencia, another popular tourist destination.

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Beceite ibex hunting provides one of the most affordable opportunities for mountain hunting, provided the hunter is after the experience of the chase and does not put much value on the horns of the trophy. Management or female hunts start as low as $3,200, and package hunts that include a decent, but not record-book, male trophy, go for $5,000-7,000. On the other hand, trophy fees for a record book class trophy can be as high as $15,000 or more. Don’t forget to add the cost of preparing and shipping your trophy back home. The more expensive ibex hunts are usually package deals, with more than one trophy or species included, or calculated for a group of a few hunters.

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When to hunt Beceite Ibex?

The Beceite ibex hunting season is generous, and lasts from November 1 to May 31. The best time for ibex hunting is usually the rut, which happens in late November – early December. Some hunters, however, prefer to hunt the end of the season, in late April and May. The mountains are supposed to be easier to traverse in spring than in winter.

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Spain is a popular resort destination, but hunting Beceite ibex is usually the opposite of taking it easy on the beach. The ibex are usually more active early in the morning and late in the evening, as they feed, move, and (during the rut) challenge each other, so prepare to rise before sundown and go to bed late. At midday the Ibex usually bed to chew their cud, so a hunter may enjoy a siesta. You will be accompanied by an experienced guide who will help with anything from spotting to trophy estimation, which makes ibex hunting in Spain a great introduction into mountain hunting.

Why hunt Beceite Ibex?

Beceite Ibex is the second largest of the Spanish varieties of ibex, in both body and horn size. Their horns typically have an distinctive shape, spreading out horizontally “like wings of an airplane”, as one outfitter puts it. It is amazing how populations of basically the same species, located near each other, develop such different shapes of horns, and it’s easy to understand hunters who seek to collect all four subspecies of Spanish ibex. Located just a short ride from the beautiful and historically significant cities of Spain, starting with Madrid, and the beeches of the Mediterranean Sea, this hunt combines perfectly with a family vacation. Top that with an exciting classic mountain hunting adventure, and you have a package that will make you want to repeat the experience again and again.

Cull hunt Beceite

Cull hunt Beceite Spain

Beceite Ibex (Capra pyrenaica Hispánica) is one of three categories established for record-keeping purposes by splitting Mediterranean ibex (subspecies Hispánica) into geographical groups based on horn size and shape. This is the largest and darkest type with the largest horns. Typically, the horns are straighter than in Gredos ibex and have a spiral turn of less than 180 degrees. Horn thickness remains constant for half the length, then decreases toward the tip, which is not as thin as in the Gredos race. While this is the typical Beceite horn conformation, other horn shapes may be found in this region and even in the same herd. Important!!! Price per hunter is valid in case of minimum 2 hunters in the group only!

Trip duration: 3 days

Hunting season: 1 Oct 2020 31 May 2021

Package price $3,203 for 3 days, 1 hunter
Beceite Ibex + Iberian Mouflon Hunt

Beceite Ibex + Iberian Mouflon Hunt Spain

This is the perfect oportunity to collect this great spanish game species in the same area and from the same lodge. Beceite Ibex hunting takes place in our private lands belonging to the provinces of Castellón and Teruel, bordering the Tortosa Beceite National Reserve. They are 80,000 hectars of natural hunting spaces that for years have been managed so that today they can practice hunting with 100% success assured. The Iberian mouflon is hunted in our private "Finca" of 1,000 hectars, where rocky terrain and mediterranean flora predominates. All the hunts are 1:1 with PH and 4x4 vehicles.

Trip duration: 5 days

Hunting season: 12 Oct 2020 31 May 2021

Package price $6,643 for 5 days, 1 hunter
BECEITE IBEX

BECEITE IBEX Spain

Beceite Ibex Hunt. Includes 2 hunting days with a beceite ibex up to 70 cm and over 10 years old. Incredible wild hunting area with great density of animals

Trip duration: 4 days

Hunting season: 15 Oct 2020 31 May 2021

Package price $4,330 for 4 days, 1 hunter
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