Giangano reports seeing numerous gold medal stags. "It was an unforgettable experience, glassing from stands or listening to the roars, then stalking to within bow range," he says. "The hair on the back of my neck stood up as the roars of the stags rose around me with the morning sun." Over the week he hunted, Giangano says he had daily opportunities to stalk trophy stags. He describes the terrain at La Mota as diverse, with open hill country in some places and thick, brushy cover in others. With 60,000 acres available, Giangano says he hunted a different location each day. In addition to red deer, the property also offers free-range water buffalo, puma and wild boar. There is also a high-fenced area with hunting for other species, including black buck antelope, axis deer, fallow deer and mouflon.
Giangano says he also took a "gigantic" pig on what he describes as the craziest hunt he has ever experienced: "They usually hunt boars at night from a stand over a waterhole, using a flood lamp to provide shooting light. But I simply could not shoot in time with my bow, so we hunted from a safari-type vehicle, using a green-filtered light to spot game. We spotted and chased several herds until I was in position for a shot. It was absolutely exciting."
Giangano says Caza Pampa takes great care to meet the needs........(continued)