OUR FAMILY RANCH
La Pampa - North Patagonia, Argentina
Our hidden gem ranch offers one of Argentina’s best spots for hunting free range Red Stag along other big game species. +30,000 acres ranch with vast calden woods, plains & low hill terrain with rich fauna. Very low hunting pressure since 2000 and now managed with only a few spots per season ensuring excellent free range trophies like in no other hunting Ranch.
A fully equipped Family Ranch specially prepared for 4-6 hunters offering a "personalized service" attended by it's owners in person.
SEASON AND OPTIONS
This location has the best free range deer we spot in years of scouting. We can grant superb stags like in the pictures for next seasons... and more if we keep the low hunting pressure based on a moderate hunting & conservation model. Only accessible for a couple of groups per year in order to keep it personal and maintain trophy quality.
This Ranch is like rewinding 20 years in time, a hidden Gem.
A group of well-known managers are opening a new private ranch which was only hunted by the family during the last decade.
Poitahue lodge manager Santiago Rossi, Poitahue co-founder & Manager Santiago Diaz Mathe and Damian Garcia from Dagar Wingshooting are now opening the doors of this +30,000 acres ranch hosting a super population of quality stags only possible due to the low hunting pressure and a quality management program this ranch been doing for 20 years now. That's why we can say that we own and manage the best land of La Pampa and our past clients references are living proof of that. Just ask for references and we will gladly send you a list.
La Pampa province and it's free range untamed woods is something unique but some areas have high hunting pressure + poaching. This Ranch is like rewinding 20 years in time, a hidden Gem.
Setting the bar for all outdoors operations. Argentina free range untamed land is something that you will remember forever. Stalking roaring Red deer Stags in La Pampa endless free range areas will set the bar for your futures hunts.
A super roar with excellent Red deer Stags and other species, uncharted free range areas.. trophy Fallow deer, challenging water buffalo in deep brush, Axis deer in the preserve, long shots on Blackbuck antelope or Mouflon rams who walk the crops and agriculture plains, blind hunting huge boars during night plus more.
La Pampa province offers a unique combination of factors every big game demanding hunter wants. Plenty of game with several spot & stalks per day, excellent free range trophy quality, friendly terrain and excellent weather plus woody area with close encounters assuring non stop action for a whole week.
Family lodge offering a personal service for small groups. The owners will host all groups. Excellent food & beverage plus our renowned Malbec wine. Direct TV. wi-fi internet. Cellphone signal. Loundry.
+30,000 acres of free range.
Calden woods and open plains sections.
1,000 acre fair chase preserve area.
3 twin bed rooms with fully equipped bathrooms.
Rooms setup1: 2 twin beds Long Single (38.5" × 79.5").
Rooms setup2: 1 King bed (76" × 79.5").
SPECIES & OPTIONS
Red deer stag, water buffalo, fallow deer, blackbuck antelope, mouflon, wild boars and different rams.
+ Record class red deer stags in our Preserve area.
+ Wingshooting options.
Near General Acha town. La Pampa province.
Northern Patagonia. Argentina - South America.
1,5 hs drive from Santa Rosa Airport (RSA).
2,5 hs drive from Bahia Blanca Airport (BHI).
80% woods and 20% plains.
Flat & friendly terrain with low hills sections.
100% fair chase free range.
TYPE OF HUNTING
Morning and afternoon outings. Spot & stalk hunting by foot.
Drive to designated section with your guide.
Different type of blinds for stand hunting if requested.
Fly to Buenos Aires international Airport (EZE).
Connection A - Regular charter flight by Friday midday.
Connection B - domestic flight to La Pampa airport (RSA)
Connection C - domestic flight to Bahia Blanca airport (BHI)
SEASONS & OPTIONS IN THIS RANCH
“Absolutely the best bow hunt I have ever been on. The roaring stags and the six to eight stalks daily were well beyond what I imagined.
I have re-booked for next year with my son.”
Buck Hagy, USA.