Hunt for Chital Stag in Queensland

Chital deer huntOur Guides / Outfitters are offering hunting for the strikingly beautiful Chital Stag on 50 sq miles of open savannah country in far North Queensland. Pigs and dingoes may also be taken at no extra cost to the hunter.

The hunting area is a working cattle ranch which has never been open to hunting until 2005, so it is well stocked with mature Chital Stags and plenty of big tusky Wild Boars.

Hunting

Chital hunting is mainly on foot, although a vehicle or quadbike is used to cover the vast distances on this ranch. Spot and stalk is the main method used or sometimes a hide or blind is another successful method.

Getting There

You will fly to Townsville Airport, connections are available from any of Australia’s International Airports. You will be met upon arrival by your guide or one of his representatives and returned to the Airport at the conclusion of your hunt.

Accommodation

You will accommodated in a comfortable cabin with hot and cold water, mosquito proof sleeping quarters, fridge/freezer and 240v generator power. All meals and beverages will be supplied by your guide.

What to Bring

Good quality lightweight pair of boots, lightweight sleeping bag, binoculars, lightweight cammo hunting clothing, torch, day pack and personal effects.

Your guides have a selection of quality firearms for your use. Should you choose to bring your own firearm, three months prior notice is required to apply for your import permit. There is also a limit of 40 rounds of ammo that can be bought into Australia. Bow hunters are welcome.

Seasons

The main hunting season is December to February. This is summer in the tropical North Queensland where the temperature can reach 40c through the day and a pleasant 20c in the evening. There is also a limited season in June to July. Chital Deer can be seen in all stages of antler development at any time of the year, although more stag’s are seen in hard antler from December to February.

Included in Hunt Cost

The following are included in the hunt cost:

  • Transfers from closest airport to hunting area.
  • Accommodation for duration of hunt.
  • All food and beverages. (excluding alcohol)
  • Skinning and field preparation of trophies.
  • Hunting guides for duration of hunt.

Not included

  • Domestic or International flights.
  • Accommodation prior to and after the hunt.
  • Packaging or Shipping of your trophies.
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Rifle import permit.
  • Tips or gratuities to your guide or his staff.
  • Additional trophies outside the hunting package.

Insurance

Whilst all reasonable care will be taken during your stay, hunting is a potentially hazardous pursuit and your guide or his staff will not be held responsible for loss or injury that may occur.

We strongly advise all our hunters to arrange adequate insurance prior to leaving your home. All our hunters will be supplied with our Terms and Conditions and Indemnity Forms prior to the hunt commencement.

Summary

This chital stag hunt is in the best trophy producing area in Australia, so you have the best chance of securing the quality trophy you desire. Your guide is a highly experienced Australian and International hunter who is sure to make your hunting adventure in far North Queensland one to remember.

Please fill in the form below for the current price list or to book this hunt now, simply fire us off an email. Also please check our testimonial page for a long and growing list of satisfied clients who have experienced this wonderful hunting adventure.

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