Global Sporting Safaris now offers you a world-class trophy Brocket Deer hunting in Campeche, Mexico. This is the perfect hunt for the international hunter to combine with an Ocellated turkey hunt, as they are also plentiful in this area.

Our Outfitter is one of the best for trophy class Brocket deer hunts, leasing thousands of acres of rich agricultural land teeming with native wild-life; you will not find a better region for your Brocket deer and Ocellated turkey hunt. These exclusive deer hunts are fully guided and all-inclusive. The outfitter builds food plots and uses trail cameras. Your area will be pre-scouted before you arrive. Only a few hunts per year to maintain trophy record book class deer. Hunters usually arrive at camp on Sunday and the hunt begins on Monday and ends the following Friday.

You will stay in a lodge built in 2012 just 11 miles from the hunting areasThe menu is international fare and includes steak, chicken, fish, shrimp, salads, and of course, turkey! All beverages are included with bottled water, soft drinks, beer, and domestics spirits.

A typical hunting day begins with a wake-up call around 4:30 am. Following a light breakfast of coffee, juice, fruit, toast, and cereal; you will start your journey on 4×4 vehicles to the hunting areas and hunt until noon (box lunch and /or snack for mid-morning is provided), then return to camp for lunch at around 1:30 pm. The hunters return to their hunting areas at about 3 pm and hunt until dark and return to camp for dinner around 8 pm. One guide per hunter is provided and one 4×4 vehicle for 2 hunters and their guides.

Hunt Duration

The hunts are five days. Please allow for 1 day on the front end for travel.

Hunting Methods

Ground blinds, spot, and stalk on game trails.


5 day, 1×1 hunts for $5,500 per hunter.


Early February to late May


New Lodge with swimming pool built-in 2012.


Meals, accommodation in a tent camp, professional guide service, ground transportation from/to Campeche or Merida (+$300US) airports, hunting license, tags, trophy care, and preparation.

Not Included

Tips & gratuities, trophy taxidermy, and shipping, expenses before and after your hunt.

Additional Game Available and Trophy Fees (including tags)

Ocellated turkey……………………….. $1,000 US
Coati……………………………………….$   400 US

License & Permits

See above

Travel Specifics

Fly to Campeche or Merida airports, where Outfitter will meet and greet you. If you fly into Merida you will probably have to overnight there and drive to camp in the morning. ETA to camp is 2 hrs from Campeche and 4 hrs from Merida.

Additional Info

For detailed information or to arrange this hunt please contact Rick Kennerknecht at 888-HUNT, Ext. 702.


The newly added Mexican Gulf Coast Whitetail Deercategory in Safari Club International consists of the Mexican deer of the whitetail subspecies O.v. veraecrucis that are distributed mainly along those regions in the states of Tamaulipas and Veracruz, in Mexico, that border the Gulf Coast.

These deer have medium-sized bodies and usually have small racks that are not too heavy and have short and slender tines. The inside spread of these racks is approximately 6–9 inches. On average, a mature buck will measure about 4.8 feet long, 2.4 feet at the shoulder, and will have a tail around 7 inches long.  Their coats range from light brown to grey and help them camouflage themselves by blending into their surroundings. Their small racks are designed to help them flee into the dense tropical forest at the first alert.

These deer are only found south of the border, in Mexico, and the main area of distribution is the coastal southern part of the State of Tamaulipas, the State of Veracruz and the small State of Tabasco. Their natural habitat consists of the tropical deciduous forests and the tropical rainforests of these areas. They are located where the weather is predominantly tropical: warm and with high humidity.

Global Sporting Safaris offers 3-day hunting expeditions for these beautiful tropical deer in the State of Veracruz, where our Outfitter will have you at the Ranch and ready to hunt in about 1½ hours after the airport meet and greet. A modest, but dry and warm cabin is where you will rest. You need to bring a sleeping bag and your favorite pillow on this hunt. A towel, your toiletries, rain gear and insect repellent are also must-haves. Since this hunt takes place in a dense tropical forest setting, it is very recommendable that you bring light to medium hunting camo clothes. However, since the average temperatures during deer season will be highs in the upper 70s (F) and lows in the low 50s (F), you should also pack a medium-weight jacket in case the weather turns cooler in the evenings.

The hunting takes place over natural ground blinds close to water holes and over game trails. You will also be spotting and stalking for deer where fields border dense tropical forest. After breakfast, the hunt goes on during the early morning; at noon, you will come back for a siesta and a delicious lunch of local fare before heading out for the evening hunt. Finally, you’ll come back to camp for a good dinner before the tropical day is gone. Refreshments and bottled water are provided in the field during your hunt and trophy care and prepare provided as well. Guiding is normally 2×1, but if you would like to hunt 1×1, it can be arranged for a small additional fee.

This outfitter’s ranch boasts a substantial population of Gulf Coast whitetail deer and additionally you will also find a healthy population of beautiful axis and Sika deer that thrive in this region. Another excellent trophy you may encounter on this hunt is the rare white-lipped peccary. Both of these additional species may be added to your hunt on a trophy fee basis. Other small games you are bound to run into on this hunt include agouti, armadillo, rabbit, coyote, hare, coati, paca, and the more common collared peccary.

If you are crossbow or bow hunting you will have no trouble at all bringing your weapons into Mexico and will not need any permit for them. If you want to rifle hunt, we need to make arrangements with the outfitter, or our Mexico agent, in order to provide you with a rifle for a nominal fee.

The deer season in the State of Veracruz runs from the 30th of November until the 24th of February of each year, with prime time for Gulf Coast whitetail deer being in mid-February.

Hunt Duration:  Hunts are four (4) nights and three (3) days on a 2×1 Hunter to Guide ratio depending on weapon choice.

Hunting Methods: Mainly spot and stalk and in brush blinds.

Rates:  $3,497 for the Gulf Coast Deer hunt.  Additional animals on a trophy fee basis: White-Lipped Peccary $3,500; Axis Deer $1,250; Axis Doe $300; Sika Deer $1,000; Collared Peccary $350.

Rates – Non-hunter: $650 for the duration of the hunt.

Accommodations:  Rustic cabins.

Includes:  Guide, transportation to your hunting location, hunting license and tags, meals, and care of trophies and meat in the field.

Not Included: Gratuities, travel expenses before and after the hunt, taxidermy, and shipping of trophies.

Travel Specifics:  Fly to Veracruz, where the outfitter will meet you.

Related: Mexico Whitetail Deer Hunts: Click here for Carmen Mountain Whitetail Deer hunts.
Related: Mexico Whitetail Deer Hunts: Click here for Central Plateau Whitetail Deer hunts.
Related: Mexico Whitetail Deer Hunts: Click here for Mexican Pacific Coast Whitetail Deer hunts.


If you want to hunt the Carmen Mountain whitetail, then this professional outfitter is the choice for you. With over twenty years of experience hunting the brush country and badlands of northern Old Mexico, they provide ambitious hunters with top-notch hunts for great trophies—and, with this species especially, a chance to earn their place in the record books.


The Carmen Mountain whitetail is native to the Sierra del Carmen mountains area, as well as the surrounding badlands and mountains, including the Sierra del Burro mountain range. Although smaller than other whitetail species, it has just recently been recognized by SCI as a separate species for the record books. With the competition limited, now is a great time for hunters to get their names entered in the record books.

The following are considered trophy-worthy Carmen Mountain deer:

Good: Any buck with a minimum gross score of 80 B&C or SCI points.

Excellent: Any buck with a minimum gross score of 86 B&C or SCI points.

World Class: Any buck with a minimum gross score of 100 B&C or SCI points.

The average Carmen whitetail buck carries a rack with an inside spread of ten inches and with three or four points on each side. Bucks with a twelve-inch spread will usually fall into the “excellent” class, while anything above thirteen is a real monster.

Compared to other whitetails, these deer don’t have especially large or heavy antlers; the main attractions are their viability for records, the challenge of the hunt, and the incredible badland-and-mountain setting. The average antler base circumference for this species is about two and a half to three inches. The main beams are generally about twelve or thirteen inches in length, and the tines average about four inches.


These deer are masters of the disappearing act and have earned the nickname “desert ghost.” Their brown summer and gray winter coats are perfect for matching the barren backgrounds and dissolving into brush. On top of this, they are just as easy to frighten as their northern cousins, and will quickly flee if spooked. A cautious stalk will be absolutely essential.


The whitetail deer hunting season in this area generally lasts from late November to the end of January.

Call today or fill out the form below and let us know what type of Carmen Mountain whitetail hunting experience you are looking for. We’ll send you information on opportunities that match your goals. Our experienced outfitters are second to none and we’re happy to share personal experiences with you.

Related Hunts: Click here for Central Plateau Whitetail Deer hunts.
Related Hunts: Click here for Mexican Gulf Coast Whitetail Deer Hunts.

Related Hunts: Click here for Mexican Pacific Coast Whitetail Deer Hunts.

Hunt Duration

Seven days with five full days hunting.

Hunting Methods

Ground blinds and Spot and Stalk.


$3,750 per hunter


December thru first week in February.


Comfortable Ranch Housing.


Deer tag, hunting license, VISA, lodging, all meals and snacks, open bar, field care and packaging of trophy, guide, 24 hour security, USFWS trophy import forms, temporary gun import form, gun transportation permit, hassle free customs inspection, hassle free gun check in and out inspection.

Not Included

Tips, taxidermy or shipment of trophy, ammo, travel expenses to and from Eagle Pass, Texas.

License & Permits

Included in price.

Travel Specifics

Fly or Drive to Eagle Pass, Texas or fly into San Antonio where an extra transportation fee will be incurred.

Additional Info

This is the best hunt for trophy free range Carmen Mountain Whitetail Deer we offer!

For detailed Information or to arrange this hunt please contact Rick Kennerknecht at 888-850-HUNT, Ext. 702 or Cell: 307-259-9603.


In October of 2012, Safari Club International, with help from the Monterrey Chapter of Safari Club International and many SCI Members, recognized four new Mexican subspecies of whitetail deer from the eleven subspecies currently residing in Mexico. These four subspecies are all eligible for entry into the SCI Record Books.

  •  Mexican Central Plateau whitetail deer
  •  Mexican Texanus whitetail deer
  •  Mexican Gulf Coast whitetail deer
  •  Mexican Pacific Coast whitetail deer

The Central Plateau Mexican whitetail deer hunt offered by Global Sporting Safaris is conducted in the Sierra Madre Mountains in the region of the Sierra Fria (Cold Mountain) range, just a little over a 60-minute drive from the Aguascalientes airport. The hunts take place at 7,000 to 8,000 feet above sea level amongst the pine- and oak-covered canyons and high plateaus. The predominant deer subspecies at this location is the highland Mexican whitetail deer aka Central Plateau white-tailed deer.

Hunting will take place in natural blinds and tree stands over established feeders or via the spot-and-stalk method. These two types of hunting are ideal for both the bow hunter and the rifle hunter. The Sierra Fria range of the Sierra Madre Mountains is also home to thousands of Gould’s turkeys that will also frequent the feeders, but unfortunately their seasons don’t coincide.

Global Sporting Safaris’ recommended caliber for Plateau deer hunts is .243 through .270. Due to the smaller size of these deer, anything over .30 caliber may be overkill. Shot ranges should be from 75 yards over feeders to 150 yards on spot and stalk.

The season runs from December through the first two weeks of February with the rut taking place in the month of January.

There are only nine Plateau whitetail deer recorded in the SCI Record Books as of the uploading of this webpage; their recorded measurements are as follows: The Plateau whitetail deer will usually be 3×3, 3×4 or 4×4 with main beams ranging from 11 7/8” to 19 3/8”. Inside span will range from 11 1/8” to 15 1/8”. T1 ranges from 6/8” through 3 3/8”, T2 from 6 2/8” through 6 4/8”, T3 from 1 2/8” through 6 6/8” and T4 from zero to 7 5/8”.

The Central Plateau Mexican whitetail deer category groups whitetail deer of the following subspecies: Miquihuan and highland Mexican Whitetail deer which are deer with size, body weight and antler scores smaller than the Mexican Texanus whitetail deer, but bigger in size, body weight and antler scores than the smaller Mexican Gulf Coast whitetail deer and Mexican Pacific Coast whitetail deer. It should also be noted that of the two Mexican whitetail subspecies that comprise the Central Plateau whitetail deer, the Miquihuan whitetail is larger in body size and score than the highland Mexican whitetail deer.


The main area of distribution includes the states of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, México, Morelos, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Tlaxcala, Zacatecas and the southern part of Coahuila y Nuevo León. The natural habitat is xeric scrub and thorn scrub, with extreme dry weather in the northern area and temperate weather in the southern area.



The Mexican white-tailed deer category consists of the following eleven subspecies: Carmen Mountain whitetail (carmines), Miquihuan whitetail (miquihuanensis), Veracruz whitetail (veraecrucis), highland Mexican whitetail (mexicanus), rain forest whitetail (Toltecs), Oaxaca whitetail (Oaxacan is), Sinaloa whitetail (Sinaloa), Acapulco whitetail (acapulcensis), and the Veracruz and Oaxaca populations of the lowland Mexican whitetail (Thomas).

Call Rick Kennerknecht of Global Sporting Safaris today at 888-850-4868, extension 702, and let us know what type of Central Plateau whitetail deer hunting experience you are looking for. We’ll send you information on opportunities that match your goals. Our experienced outfitters are second to none and we’re happy to share personal experiences with you.

Related Hunts: Click here for Carmen Mountain Whitetail Deer hunts.
Related Hunts: Click here for Mexican Gulf Coast Whitetail Deer Hunts.
Related Hunts: Click here for Mexican Pacific Coast Whitetail Deer Hunts.


50% of the total fees are due upon reservation of hunt dates, with the remaining balance due 75 days prior to date of arrival.

Hunt Duration

6 Days and 5 Nights

Hunting Methods

Ground blinds, tree stands and spot and stalk


$3,495 1×1


Comfortable Ranch Lodge. All bedrooms have complete bathrooms that have tile showers with plenty of running hot water and attractive vanities.


1 (one) Plateau Whitetail buck, 1 (one) deer tag, Lodging, All meals, Refreshments in the field, Field care and packaging of trophies, Guides, Transportation to and from the Ranch and the airport, Hunting license and visa, USFWS trophy import forms.

Not Included

Travel / overnight expenses that you may incur in before and after your hunt, Taxidermy work and shipping of trophies, Tips (They are customary and, of course voluntary, for guides, cooks and staff).

License & Permits


Travel Specifics

Aguascalientes International Airport. Currently, there are three daily flights from the US, two from Continental and one from American Airlines; they are via Dallas and Houston, TX.   Your outfitter will pick you up at the airport.

Additional Info

For detailed Information or to arrange this hunt please contact Rick Kennerknecht at 888-850-HUNT, Ext. 702 or 307-259-9603.


4-Day 1×1 Hunt

5-Nights and 4-Days of Hunting $3,500

5-Day 1×1 Hunt

6-Nights and 5-Days of Hunting $3,750 – Recommended for Archery Hunting

6-Day 1×1 Hunt

6-Nights and 5-Days of Hunting $3,995 – Recommended for Archery Hunting

Hunting Season

July 15th through December 15th

Additional Game Available

Collared Peccary $500
Central American Whitetail deer ($2,500 if tags are available)
Paca $500
Armadillo $400
Coatimundi $400
Ocellated Turkey $1500 (Animal of opportunity)

Hunt Includes

One Trophy Central American Whitetail Deer tag.
Lodging, Food and Drinks.
Professional Jungle hunting guide.
Horses if needed.
4×4 Vehicles, tag, skinning, salting and packing.
Field Preperation of your trophies.
Rifle or Shotgun rental and cartridges.
Transportation from Ciudad del Carmen to the lodge and return.

Does Not Include

Airfare to Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico.
Meals. Lodging and drinks outside of lodge.
Alcoholic beverages.
Full body skinning (add $50)


All wounded and unrecoverable animals are considered dead and you may incur an additional cost for an additional trophy.

Approved Outfitter

An agent of Global Sporting Safaris has hunted with this outfitter and highly recommends this hunt.  Call Rick Kennerknecht at 888-850-4868, Extension 702 for details.

Hubert Thummler Award

The Central American Whitetail deer is a required species for Mexico’s prestigious Hubert Thummler Award.  You must also be a member in good standing of the Monterrey, Mexico chapter of SCI as well.