Best of Luck to you Derek and Dennis, can't wait to see the pictures and hear some stories. I have been watching some of the Ibex hunts on the outdoor channel this year and they are just scenic and beautiful. This is going to be some trip!
And if you have not booked the Vip service in the airport in Bishkek It is worth every penny.
Remember the guide does nos speak English, Also when they say SHOOT NUMBER 3, they are counting from rigth to left, make all this things CLEAR with the interpreter before you depart for the last leg in the horse, if you have any size minimum do state that with the interpreter before you separate from him and be sure your guide has understood your requirements.
Push you horse, open you heart for the adventure and may Diana be with you guys.
The best to you on your adventure. I think that is one of the coolest looking animals ever...and then look at the terrain they live in Wow! Good for you. Can't wait to see the pictures and immerse in the story when y'all get back. Nice.
Great HUNT , Went off without any major problems...More to come with pics.
I harvested 2 Ibex 39" and 43". Diamondhitch took 2 Ibex I think were 36 and 39 and a Marco Polo 49"
My Fault not getting a sheep not the outfitters, They were there! 8 days of hunting at over 15,000 feet took its toll on me.
To early for the sheep to be in the valleys, They were high and deep in the mountains. Diamondhitch found a small group low the last day shot a 49" ram it was with 5 others. I saw over 100 Ibex and plenty of sheep.
Will post more in a few days
Mule deer and Colorado elk seasons almost done! Hunters driving farm roads, looking for racks, their PH driving them along, I ask that you not pull into my drive. The buck behind me, on the boundary line of the GMU somehow knows. The hunter laughs, I would invite you in to see my Searcy rifles but social distancing prevails, darkness arrives and the buck slides away into secret tree grove...