We work with wide variety of Asian guides and outfitters in all of the major areas. So if you’re looking for a great trip, get in touch. We think you’ll love working with us.
The Kamchatka peninsula offers some spectacular fishing, brown bear and moose hunting as well as containing the volcanoes of Kamchatka, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Kamchatka Peninsula, the Commander Islands, and Kandinsky Island constitute the Kamchatka Krai of the Russian Federation. The vast majority of the 322,079 inhabitants are ethnic Russians, but about 13,000 Koryaks (2014) live there as well. More than half of the population lives in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and nearby Yelizovo. The Kamchatka peninsula offers some spectacular fishing, brown bear and moose hunting as well as containing the volcanoes of Kamchatka, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Fly Fishing in Kamchatka
Most of the time when fly fishing in Kamchatka, you’re targeting trophy rainbow trout. At any time, you can fish a riffle for trophy-sized grayling that will rival anything in Alaska, and the salmon fishing is amazing during their runs… this place is an incredible fishery!
Located at the heart of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan is known for incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions.
Hunting in Kyrgyzstan:
Hunting is conducted in Issyk-Kul and Naryn regions at 12, 000 to 13,500 feet above sea level. Weather at such altitudes is harsh, and this “polar desert” can get extremely cold and windy. Hunters may experience acute lack of oxygen, headaches, motion sickness and general weakness. We recommend to take one-day adaptation to the climate and altitude at the base camp. Hunters travel to this country for Mid-Asian ibex, Marco Polo sheep and wolves.
You will need:
- Be in shape!
- Hunters will need a doctor checkup prior to hunting in Kyrgyzstan.
- Proper gear is key.
- A place to go. We can cover that part.
Turkey is a great tourist destination with a rich variety of game, and stunning scenery.
We’re here to help, and our advice doesn’t cost you a thing.
I’ve been on a lot of hunts over the past years, and can honestly say this was one of my best trips to date! Hunting mountain goats has been one of my lifelong goals. I never thought much of pursuing it. That was until Russ Meyer gave me a call. With animals in every direction, the hardest decision was figuring out which mountain goat we were going after. That is a true rarity these days. I can’t wait to go back to hunt with this outfit!
It was a great stag hunt with a top notch outfitter. The food, accommodations and hunting well exceed the expectations I had for this trip. This was the first guided hunt I have ever went on and I was not disappointed. The abundance of game really surprised me and we encountered stags every time in the field.
This fallow deer hunt in Croatia was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I could not of asked for a better time, weather conditions, or hospitality from the guide or the outfitting service. My consultant, Mat Cervantes was very accurate with explaining the experience that I would have and the conditions I would be hunting in.
I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt in Dimmit County, in South Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he’s been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was five).
Excellent caribou hunt from start to finish. Life long friends and memories will forever be remembered!
My buck is a massive main frame 4 x 4 , with big front forks and kickers off his bases , this was truly a hunt of a lifetime!! Thank you Outdoors International!
We went from a silent morning on the mountain to an eruption of elk activity in seconds…..this is truly addictive….ready for next year!
I wanted you all to know what an extraordinary trip I felt it was! Thank you all for everything! It was awesome and couldn’t have been better! I wanted you all to know what an extraordinary trip I felt it was! Thank you all for everything! It was awesome and couldn’t have been better!
Never have I had such a physically demanding hunt in such a magnificent place. I truly hope everyone may have the opportunity to taste mountain goat backstrap (sautéed in butter with a little Himalayan sea salt) in their lifetime. Delicious.
Overall it was an awesome experience and we are already planning our return trip! Oh, and did I mention the fishing was great? My only regret is that I got nervous at the end and shot a small bull and then in the last few hours of the hunt my son-in-law shot a really great bull and he was accompanied by another big bull that just danced around out on the tundra after the other bull was down…I guess he knew I was tagged out. Overall it was an awesome experience and we are already planning our return trip! Oh, and did I mention the fishing was great? We caught lots of grayling and lake trout to top it all off.
Hunting bears with this outfitter was a wonderful experience. This hunt is great value for the money! My guide, Lyle was an extremely knowledgeable hunter and great all-around guy.
Excellent trip. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. I had a great time. This hunt isn’t physically demanding, but you need to be prepared to sit on stands for a long time. Aaron was very nice, knowledgeable, and always willing to help. It was a really good hunt, and I wouldn’t mind going back.
Sheep and tag numbers are on the increase which is good news all around. If you wish to sheep hunt, let us know now and we will in turn provide you with a reminder and information when the drawing time draws near. This is very special hunt and should be considered by anyone who calls himself a hunter, at least once before you retire the boots and rifle.
I love to hunt elk. Guiding hunts, floats, and fishing are all very special ways for me to earn a living. The difference is that… “I have to Sheep Hunt!” For me, there is no other place that I have found and no other experience that compares. I am sure there are many rams taken each year beside the road, on the trail or next to the river… those have nothing to do with what I am speaking of. In the 80’s and 90’s I guided countless Bighorn and Dall Sheep hunts. We would drop a hunter off at the airstrip (successful or not) sometimes on the proverbial verge of death, only to gather up the next victim and head out again. It never grew tiring, in fact it was just the opposite. “Exhilarating” would be more appropriate. I love every aspect of the sheep hunt. The terrain, camaraderie, the camping, the rocks. I love the rocks. Bighorn Sheep tags became more difficult to acquire through the 90’s and on into the new millennium.