The hunt of this species takes place in high mountains, in steep and uneven areas, and good physical condition is required. Although most hunters agree to describe this hunt, as one of the most difficult in the high mountains, in our expeditions, we have achieved 100% of the success of all our clients, even those who obtain more than one trophy during their trip.
The landscapes in the Caucasus Mountains are truly spectacular, although the vegetation in the area is scarce, and this makes stalking stealthy, and shots often have to be fired at long distances.
Each hunter, accompanied by two or three guides, will start from the base camp and set up their camp with the help of the tents in the area from which they will begin their stalking, which will allow them to shorten the distance to the trophy. From spring, you can see groups of males that can vary from a few to groups of twenty males or even much more abundant groups of up to fifty. The Tur, like other high mountain species, has a highly developed sense of smell as well as the sense of sight. The shooting distance ranges between 150 and 350 meters. It is advisable to set the rifle to 200 or 250 meters.
There is no more satisfaction than hunting the Dagestan Tur in the Carpathians!