FALLOW DEER
The Fallow Deer is a popular species in the Spanish mountains, although not that numerous as the other deer. It is easy to recognize because its horns, that make big palms since they are about 5 years old. Its body is smaller than a Red Deer but bigger than a Roe Deer, brownish with some funny white spots on the coat and a white tail.

THE HUNT
This hunt is mainly organized in September and October when the mating season takes place. As the males are used to fight to show their bravery during the rut, their horns uses to break or crush, losing tips or sometimes the full antler. In this way, when willing to harvest a nice trophy, it is suggested to organize this hunt in early season.
The hunt is conducted in spot-and-stalk, so the guide and the hunter will visit different hot spots in the area following the roar. The Fallow Deer always keep the distance with possible dangers and like to hide in the woods, so having clear shooting opportunities are normally difficult. The ability to manage the stalk is the key to harvest old trophies.

THE HUNTING AREA
We have access to different areas in Spain where running this hunt, most are fenced although they can also be found in open areas. Our areas are very large, mostly undulated with lots of vegetation as oak trees and low bushes where the game hides. This summed to the spooky character of the Fallow Deer, makes this hunt quite challenging. However, this characteristic of these areas makes this hunt quite accessible for bow hunters too, as they will find lots of coverage when driving their approach.

SEASON

From September to February. Better early season.

TERRITORIES

Undulated terrain, not very tough.

DIFFICULTY

Physically moderated.

LODGING

High quality modern hotel in town.

PROGRAM

Minimum 2 hunting days are required for this hunt.

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