huntign around mexico city?

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huntign around mexico city?

Postby NOVAggie » Thu Feb 26, 2009 1:02 pm

Any hunting opportunities around Mexico city, may be relocating.
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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby AAR » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:34 pm

Are you still going down there or are there? I know a guy that lives and hunts there that would be able to help you out.

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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby Genuine Waterfowler » Wed Sep 23, 2009 6:06 pm

Head a little farther south and you can get into some cool upland species.
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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby AAR » Wed Sep 23, 2009 9:22 pm

wood quail are birds you never hear about anyone guiding hunts for. Know a guy that guides hunts for barred quail and a subspecies of bobwhite that is red like a masked bobwhite on the body with a regular bobwhite head. Hard to justify risking a beheading for cool quail though :hammer:

Real nice guy, probably wouldn't be a bad quick Mexico trip maybe if things calm down.

http://www.huntquails.com/

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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby Volunteer Duck » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:16 pm

Mexico City used to be a gigantic swamp you know :yes:
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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby NOVAggie » Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:35 am

AAR wrote:Are you still going down there or are there? I know a guy that lives and hunts there that would be able to help you out.

Eric


yes august

Is everything "guided" From the prices I have seen I wont be able to afford to hunt much...
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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby glass eye » Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:30 am

NOVAggie wrote:
AAR wrote:Are you still going down there or are there? I know a guy that lives and hunts there that would be able to help you out.

Eric


yes august

Is everything "guided" From the prices I have seen I wont be able to afford to hunt much...

All foreigners must hire a registered outfitter to hunt in Mexico.
You will find plenty of Mexicans that are not outfitters that will take you out and say that it's ok, no problem. But Mexicans play it real loose and it's not worth going to jail. Even outfitters play it real loose and you got to be careful.
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Re: huntign around mexico city?

Postby pgv98 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:52 pm

Eric[/quote]

yes august

Is everything "guided" From the prices I have seen I wont be able to afford to hunt much...[/quote]
All foreigners must hire a registered outfitter to hunt in Mexico.
You will find plenty of Mexicans that are not outfitters that will take you out and say that it's ok, no problem. But Mexicans play it real loose and it's not worth going to jail. Even outfitters play it real loose and you got to be careful.[/quote]

That is 100% true.

Check a magazine called Caza y Pesca with Mike "the Griz", not sure if it is still around but when I lived in Mexico I use to get it all the time and they had some good outfitters advertised. There is some duck hunting about a 2 hour drive from Mexico City.
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