The Central Plateau Whitetail deer lives in the rugged mountains of North Central Mexico. Considered one of the most challenging species for North America Trophy hunters, an average whitetail deer weights between 80 to 100 lbs. dressed. This Mexican deer is one of the 5 new subspecies eligible for the SCI Record Book

Our 5 day Central Plateau Whitetail deer hunt take place in the mountains of the Sierra Madre in the state of Zacatecas during the months of December and January. Hunting will be between 6500 and 8500 feet above sea level.

All hunts are fair chase tracking on foot all the rolling hills and canyons of the Sierra Madre country, by a previous transportation in comfortable vehicles to the hunting area.

Once a trophy buck is located by glassing them, the “spot and stalk” method is used to get within shooting range, but when trail or water ponds are heavily used, a ground blind is a very good option to harvest a nice buck. We get every year a good amount of trophy bucks scoring over the 120” SCI mark. Our professional guides know perfectly the behavior of the bucks in the area and will do anything for you to have the best experience in Mexico