The hunting on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico is a truly unique experience as this area has seen very few hunters. Some ranches you will hunt have never been hunted before so the quail hold well in ankle to shin high grass. Our outfitter Gallo Munoz, has been running hunting trips to this region for years and our clients have returned extremely happy and raving about truly wild quail shooting experience. Most of the hunting will be on cattle ranches in huge pastures. These ranches are usually flat with slight hills but the ground is uneven and rocky as it is mostly limestone. Be sure to wear a good boot with ankle support. Gallo has a full kennel of well-trained pointers, setters and spaniels as well as a good selection of shotguns available so there is no need to hassle with Mexican gun permits. If you are looking for truly wild quail, you cannot beat the Yucatan for numbers as you can expect to see between 15-30 coveys per day and the way these black throated bob whites fly will have you shaking your head! Again these are 100% wild birds so there may be days when we see more and there could be days when you see less.