Editor Note: As far as we're concerned, there's nothing better than a subscriber taking the time to file a report on an exceptional outfitter we've never heard of before. Frankly, it's great to know that there are still hidden gems in the hunting world. And The Hunting Report
is happy to mine the details for you. Here's what Managing Editor Tim Jones found out for you on an opportunity South of The Border.
(John Teeter and his trophy desert bighorn.)
Something in a sparse hunt report from subscriber John Teeter (Report 8569
) caught our editorial staff's eye. Maybe it was that he killed a 170-class desert bighorn in one day, or that the average sheep hunter with this outfitter tags out in two days. There was also the matter of a 185-class desert mule deer. With only those details in the report Teeter filed in our database, our editors started digging, placing a call to Teeter for more details on this highly recommended experience.
Teeter hunted in January, 2012 with Doyle Dale of Dale Ranches in Sonora, Mexico
. Dale hunts a 50,000-acre property, plus has access to another 8,000 acres of mountainous terrain, all contiguous and overlooking the Sea of Cortez north of Kino Bay about 65 miles west of Hermosillo. All the hunting is free-range, with mule deer available throughout and the sheep concentrated on about 14,000 acres of desert mountains......