Tipiliuke is a unique place located in the foothills of the Andes, surrounded by Argentina’s most breathtaking natural splendors. The Estancia’s 60,000 acres of land offers endless activities in addition to the stag hunting from skiing to horseback riding to mountain biking. Enjoy the refined gourmet cuisine and knowledgeable personalized service at this luxurious and exclusive lodge, while experiencing world-class hunting and fishing in the heart of Patagonia.
Hunting at Estancia Tipiliuke is about as exciting as it gets during the March/April roaring season. The favored method of hunting during the rut or roar, as it is referred to in South America, is to glass known rutting areas along the river or in the high plains surrounding the river valley. Once a shooter stag is spotted, hunters attempt to stalk within rifle or bow range. Typical shots average about 150 yards with much longer shooting opportunities readily available in this open habitat. Hunters either hunt from horseback from the lodge or out of Toyota trucks. This trip is provided by High Adventure Company
Argentina trophy red stag are hunted from March through May, with mid-March to mid-April being the peak of the season.
Hunters can expect to harvest multiple red stag trophies equivalent to a 300 class elk. Patient hunters really looking for a top-end trophy generally have an opportunity at something similar to a 330-350 class elk. Tipiliuke stags are known for having great mass with dark chocolate horns and light ivory tips. Stags in Argentina are scored on the CIC European system.
After a day in the field, return to the comfort of Argentina’s finest lodge, Estancia Tipiliuke, where you will enjoy the hospitality and impeccable service that make Argentina famous. You will truly have to experience this lodge to understand, with nine private rooms it compares with some of the finest resorts and hotels in the world. Recently named by Taschen’s Favorite Hotel’s, a guidebook to the world’s top 72 hotels, as one of only two properties in South America to make the list.
American anglers arrive into Buenos Aires Ezeisa International Airport where they will be met by ground staff and escorted to the regional airport roughly 45 minutes across town. From the regional airport, Aeroparque, fishermen will fly about two hours south to the ski resort of San Martin De Los Andes. When clients land in San Martin, they are landing on Estancia Tipiliuke, which donated the land for the airport. It is roughly a seven-minute drive to the lodge. Anglers can depart the US from several gateway cities, including Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, Houston and New York for a direct flight to Buenos Aires.
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