• LARISTAN SHEEP
  • TRANSCASPIAN  URIAL
  • KERMAN SHEEP
  • ARMENIAN SHEEP    
  • RED SHEEP                                                    
  • SHIRAZ SHEEP
  • ISFAHAN SHEEP
  • ARAK SHEEP
  • BEZOAR IBEX                                                      
  • PERSIAN DESERT IBEX  

Through our partner in Azerbaijan, us­ing his contacts, we are now able to offer you a truly unique and adventuresome hunting experience in Iran. Like all of our other operations, you can pay someone else thousands of dollars more money, and not have any better experience, nor harvest any better animal than the potential you have working with our partners.

  There are eight species of sheep along with two species of ibex and the goitered gazelle that we will be offering. There are no protected areas in the reserves in Iran, and our people as well as other operations have a close relationship with the government’s game depart­ment. At least one government game warden will ac­company each individual or group that we send to Iran.

At this writing, your trophies can be imported in your personal baggage, which had been a problem in years past. Recent decisions by our US Treasury De­partment’s Office of Foreign Assets Control has made transferring funds to Iran now possible.
Prior to the fall of the Shaw of Iran in 1978, there were many nature reserves established in the country. For a while after 1978, poaching was indeed an issue, however, strict measures have now been implemented to curtail as much poaching as possible which has lead to the dramatic improvement of quantity and quality of game in Iran.

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Currently, Iran is the only place you are legally al­lowed to hunt the Trans Caspian Urial, as well as several species of mouflon are only found in Iran. Some other species of sheep are found in other countries, however, currently the best trophies are coming from Iran.

Internally the roads and lodging facilities make travel and overnights very comfortable. Although first reaction by many is a fear of entering this country, but assuredly with proper paperwork, our clients will have no problem with po­lice, army or any other government agency. Iranian citizens are very hospitable, and many well educated people in Iran are very interested in the American way of life. Hopefully, our hunter’s presence will help cultivate an understanding be­tween our cultures.

Hunts begin the first of October and go through the month of February. These hunts are priced at a daily rate plus a trophy fee when specimens are collected. A hunter may come and hunt a single species, or extend his stay for any of the other animals that are available. Allowing three to five days for each species will insure the success of the hunt, even though the quality of the hunting on these reserves and the areas that we will be taking you into could easily produce your trophy in a shorter time. Allowing for the variables of hunting, we want to make sure that everyone’s hunt is suc­cessful.

All of the lodging will be provided either in hunting lodges, or the best local hotels available while you are on the hunt. Any overnights before or after your hunt in Tehran will be at the hunter’s expense.
As on any sheep or ibex hunt, being in good shape is an asset, however, these mountains are not as steep as some that you find in other places. The mountainous hunting will normally take place between 7,000 and 10,000 feet in elevation.

The days spent driving to and between reserves will be charged at half of the normal daily rate. Support with im­port permits bringing your firearms and ammunition into the country is included in the daily rate.

Hunting is normally by four wheel drive, and then spot and stalk. A lot of time is spent glassing canyons, ridges and mountainsides locating a suitable trophy before a planned stalk is made.

I believe you will find our opportunity to hunt this coun­try priced second to none, and yet the quality of experience and trophies you will harvest will be as good as anyone you hunt with. After looking this information over, please feel free to contact us with any additional questions, or to inform us of your plans to proceed with scheduling this adventurous and unique opportunity.