The hunt produced four trophies for Hunt: an 86cm Gold Medal mouflon, a 168 CIC Silver Medal Alpine ibex, a 21cm Bronze Medal wild boar, and an "average" Alpine chamois. By phone, Hunt told us, "One of the reasons I chose this hunt was the reasonable prices. The mouflon was actually larger than I intended to take, but was within the margin of error I'd specified. I saw another mouflon that looked like a Marco Polo they have some very big mouflon rams here. I hadn't intended to take a boar at all, but we turned a corner on a trail and encountered a huge one402 pounds on the scaleand I decided to shoot. Fortunately, his tusks were only Bronze Medal quality and that's what I was charged for.
"The VAT was included in the trophy fees, and there's no daily hunting fee. You pay for the trophies you take and you pay for lodging and food separately. I stayed in a small hotel/guesthouse owned by Klemens, and my bill for comfortable lodging, food and beer for four nights was $350. I was done with my hunt on day three, with two days to go and they let me come along on cull hunts for red stag hinds and small wild boar at no extra charge. In all, I got four trophies and the cull hunt for about what one trophy would have cost in some other locations."
Hunt tells us this was all free-range spot-and-stalk hunting. "The only game fences I saw were along a road to keep animals from crossing. They do have high fences on other properties, but I believe even those are open........(continued)