Tur hunting

shphtr

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I have hunted Tur extensively in summer, fall, and winter. I have shot Dagestan Tur, Midcaucasus Tur, and Kuban Tur - as well as Caucasian Chamois while I was in the area. I know many if not most of the guides and outfitters for Tur. Most people start with Eastern (Dagestan) Tur in Azerbaijan. I would recommend Mirbala. He is usually at SCI, GSCO and Wild Sheep and has guided almost all of the best international mountain hunters, He speaks good English. I have his email if you wish. In addition I would be glad to answer any questions via phone if you wish.
 

rem243

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Going in 2021, would love to pick yalls brain. Id be happy to PM my info to either of you.
 

shphtr

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Best to be in your best “sheep shape” .... as a baseline as more challenging than any sheep hunt I have ever done - based on 30 years Dall Sheep hunting and over 20 international sheep. Best of Luck and “enjoy”.
 

Marky_mark

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Canada
Best to be in your best “sheep shape” .... as a baseline as more challenging than any sheep hunt I have ever done - based on 30 years Dall Sheep hunting and over 20 international sheep. Best of Luck and “enjoy”.
What would be something that I should be aware of that you wouldnt normally plan for?
Besides getting my *** in shape lol
 
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