Kuban Tur is a highly desirable trophy. Only comparatively small part of Caucasus Mountains holds population of Kuban Tur. Hunting is a great challenging experience. Our clients have 100% success since 2000. ProfiHunt company was able to provide 100% success for our clients because Vladimir Melnikov believed we can do it. The hunting areas and guides were checked and selected him personally. So many of our hunters have been taken since then 3 different species of tur on one trip. The first lucky and great hunter was Gary Parker. You may get his story here >>
This hunt can be nicely combined with Caucasian Chamois. Kuban Tur counts both towards the Ovis and Capra World Slams, and Chamois counts towards the Capra World Slam.
You will fly to Moscow International airport, where our crew will meet you, assist you through the customs and take to the hotel. Next morning you will fly to Mineralnyye Vody Flight from Moscow to Mineralnyye Vody lasts for about two hours.
The season is from August 1 to November 30
Kuban tur hunting:
Expect extensive horseback riding, considerable walking and hiking. Some riding experience is a must. During the day you will explore the upper edges of the mountains, examining the hillsides and feeding areas through the field glasses. A temporary tented camp is set up with the specific goal of hunting a particular animal or area. Rams are generally located in very remote country at 9,000 feet. Once the trophy is spotted you complete your stalk on foot. Physical condition is an important factor for the stalking part of the hunt.
Simple hunting houses and tent camps. Spike camps are used intensively. You should expect quite modest conditions.
Day and night temperatures have wide amplitude due to high altitude and surrounding glaciers. Afternoon fog is a normal event. In August – mid-September daytime highs are 77-80 F, with lows of 35-40 F. In mid-September–October daytime temperatures are 50-59 F with 15-23 F at night. Snow can be expected at the tops in first decade of September.