To say the least, there is a lot of places you can go on hunt and experience the wonders of nature. And narrowing down the perfect place might seem like a challenge. With Iguana Hunting, it won't be...
A ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE
Whether it's your first or fifth safari, you'll truly have an experience of a lifetime. And while you are guaranteed to see some of the most incredible animals and views in the world, you'll never know exactly what else will come into view. No two tours or days are ever the same. That's the beauty of a safari - you get to experience something nobody else will. No Limits-No Season-Shoot until you can't shoot anymore. Ad more to your hunting season.
Let's face it. The weeks months and days between Spring Turkey and fall Deer season can be very long.
Fishing, as much fun as it is. Doesnt always provide the variety that you need. You may want to put it simple, hunt!
Iguanas provide the answer
Some states like, Oklahoma, Texas and Georgia require you to have a hunting license/paper work for small game. Florida and Puerto Rico requires no license to hunt Iguanas on private lands and water ways.
However with hunting Iguanas, there is no closed seasons. Hunt all year and no bag limits
Always check your local laws in your hunting areas. Or trust your guides to provide you this information
Special cuts. Legs and Tail. Slow cooked quarters for Bar-B-Q sandwiches and Iguana tacos. Get really creative and slow cook some Iguana stew.
Eating wild Iguana, extends the hunt to supper on the table.
Do it from the ground. Do it from a boat. Do it from a spot-in-stalk. However you do it, it is a blast
I dare you not to grin when you spot a 5 foot Iguana, pull the trigger and watch it surrender to your aim.
Squirrel hunting is POPULAR for the same reason. Abundance of Iguanas, unlike bushy tails. Makes this New Type of Exotic Hunting anything but boring!
Pre-Hunt discussions by friends, outfitters and farm owners often conclude with the statements such as " Kill as many as you want"
In some parts of the country, wild Iguana are over populating our habitats. Iguanas often take over local birds and turtle/tortoise's nest to lay there eggs, which can add up to 30 eggs per cycle/clutch.
Managing them is not only an option, but a necessity
1. PROPERTY DAMAGE control
2. YEAR-ROUND HUNTING OPPORTUNITY
3.LETS BE HONEST: IT'S FUN!!
5 REASONS TO HUNT IGUANAS
" IT'S A BAD DAY TO BE AN IGUANA"