Ronda Ibex hunting

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21 hunting trips from 17 outfitters starting from $5,328

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Where to hunt Ronda Ibex

Ronda ibex, along with southeastern, Gredos and Beceite ibex, is one of the four types of ibex to be found in Spain. From the point of few of Biology, Ronda and southeastern ibex are the same subspecies, but trophy books have different entries for them because of significant difference in size and shape of the horns. Ronda ibex inhabits the Ronda range in the south of the country, not far from the Mediterranean coast and the popular resort of Malaga. These mountains are not very high, but feature stiff cliffs with dense ravines, making the going a challenge.

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Ronda ibex hunting opportunities start at about $5,000 and may go up to $10,000 or more. The price is often made up of daily rate + trophy fee. The daily rate, that is, the price of the hunt itself, may range from $2,000 to $4,000, while the trophy fee could be as high as $15,000 for a record-book animal. However, flat fee based Ronda ibex hunts, perfect for hunters who value experience over size, also exist. 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. Don’t forget to add the cost of preparing and shipping your trophy back home.

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When to hunt Ronda Ibex?

Ibex hunting season in Spain is generous, but for Ronda ibex it is one of the shortest. The Ronda ibex hunting season begins on November 1 and ends May 1. 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.

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Hunting Ronda Ibex hunting is not much different from hunting any other kind of ibex. It is the classic mountain game hunting, and is all about spot-and-stalk. The animals usually move about and feed in the mornings and evenings, and bed to chew cud mid-day. Prepare to get up early to be up in the mountains by sunrise and end the hunt at sundown (though a siesta in the afternoon, when the ibex are hard to see, is not out of the question). 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 Ronda Ibex? All hunts (21)

Ronda Ibex is the smallest species of Spanish ibex, but its horns are impressively big in relation to the body. Ronda ibex horns are straighter than those of other Spanish ibex and are usually lyre-shaped. 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. Malaga is a popular resort, and although the beach season is considered to be over by November, the location provides enough attractions to make for a great hunting + family 2 in 1 vacation. Top that with an exciting classic mountain hunting adventure, and you’ll see why people keep returning to Spain over and over again.

1x1 Ronda Ibex hunt

1x1 Ronda Ibex hunt Spain

We also hunt in the Ronda mountains. This is the smallest of the four. Its horns grow vertically and are somewhat squashed in shape. They are more similar to their cousins, the Central European Ibex. Hunting the four types of Spanish ibex is an exclusive and unforgettable experience that also enables the hunter-traveller to really get to know Spain, its different cultures and types of food. We operate in the best hunting areas with the highest density and quality of trophy species.

Trip duration: 3 - 5 days

Hunting season: 15 September 2019 30 June 2020

$12,710 for 1 hunter
Ronda Ibex or Southeastern Ibex

Ronda Ibex or Southeastern Ibex Spain

We offer the possibility to hunt a Ronda ibex or a Southeastern ibex, even both of them, living an unforgettable experience in Europe´s Southernmost hunting area. We know perfectly these areas because we live here and develop our hunting services in Andalusia, Southern Spain. Hunting ground location: estates in Europe´s Southernmost mountains (Cadiz, Malaga and Granada province, Southern Spain). We count on the best Andalusian estates for Ronda and Southeastern ibexs. Hunting season: Ibex hunt season is from mid-October to late April, but the best period is on mid-November, during the mating season when it is easier to approach the biggest males. Trophies: we will only hunt big males. Terrain: Ronda and Southeastern ibexs are hunted in rocky terrain covered by Mediterranean native forest with amazing views. Hunting method: both game species will be hunted by stalking. We strongly recommend, at least, 3 hunting days to achieve our goal; additional days can be added by request. It´s possible to combine Ronda Ibex and Southeastern Ibex hunt (both trophies, no limits size): + 3.800,00€ extra trophy with a couple of hunting days more.

Trip duration: 4 days

Hunting season: 15 October 2019 28 April 2020

$5,439 for 1 hunter
Ronda Ibex hunt

Ronda Ibex hunt Spain

Ronda ibex 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. The smallest type of Spanish ibex with the smallest horns. Overall color is a light brown. The horns resemble those of an Alpine ibex, typically growing upward in a V-shape, then backward with a spiral turn of only 90 degrees. Horn thickness is constant for half the length, then decreases gradually to the broomed tips. While this is the typical Ronda horn conformation, other horn shapes may be found in this region and even in the same herd.

Trip duration: 3 days

Hunting season: 1 October 2019 31 May 2020

$6,438 for 1 hunter
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