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Argentina Red Deer and Puma Hunt!!!

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    Thumbs up Argentina Red Deer and Puma Hunt!!!

    Hi Guys, i have 2 places available for Red Deer and Puma.

    Cost per Hunter: 9800 USD

    NOT LIMIT SIZE AND WE GUARANTY THE EXPORTATION ON PUMA TROPHIES!!!!!

    RUT SEASON: MARCH TO MAY

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRICKBURN View Post
    How do you hunt the Puma?
    We hunt puma like Leopard in Africa on Bate, but the main difference is that we use alive bate like Chickens, rabits, pigs and lambs.

    We DO NOT use DOG never. We have a very high population of puma in our place because we bread angus, red deer and sheeps.

    If you like you can visit our website, we have video of puma hunts with bow and arrow.

    Do not hesitate in contact me if you have any question.

    Martin

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    How can you guarantee the export of puma? I thought the government passed a law prohibiting the export of ALL indigenous species in Argentina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billcollector View Post
    How can you guarantee the export of puma? I thought the government passed a law prohibiting the export of ALL indigenous species in Argentina
    Dear Bill, sorry for my late reply.
    Yes we can guaranty you the exportation of the Puma because La Pampa Game and fish department allow us to hunt animals that represent a problem for our deer and cattle production. if you pass me an email i can send you the CITES that we use to export for pumas last July.

    Is true that the National Argentinaean Gama and Fish department in 2008 banned th native game exportation, but in all these year we were working to have the chance of export Pumas.

    Not all the outfitter can export puma, you must have a clean profile to can access to these benifits. We have 8 tags for next year.

    Here you can read the law of La Pampa Province (Spanish) LEY 1194 Decreto 2218/94 Disp.368/08
    http://www.drn.lapampa.gov.ar/Legisl...Silvestres.pdf
    Thanks and do not hesitate in contact me.

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    Hi Guys, we still have 2 puma tags for 2013!
    We have US and European references to check the quality of our services!
    Best Regards Martin

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