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Hunting, shooting, fishing for Brocket deer

Stalking, Highseat, Bowhunting, Hunting from a Blind

Thick, dense forest, echoing with wildlife mark the scenery vividly.

Sitting, creeping and stalking through the trees takes a lot of stealth, especially for the shy brocket deer.

Get ready to get wet trekking through difficult brush and bogs to get to a nice shooting spot, although much of this game is stalked at a close range.

Bow and rifle hunters alike can have good action from in a tree stand/high seat, or from a ground blind, always keeping a low profile. South America boasts stunning trophy brockets, a favorite among big game hunters from Latin and South America.

Brocket are mainly nocturnal, feeding on forest vegetation in a particular territory, and in small pairs. When the dusk’s' deep hours begin to shut down the forest, brockets begin their move, foraging.

Stay quiet, move cautiously and never forget the first law to bagging trophy brocket deer is being a stealthy hunter

Basic Info

Scientific name: Mazama 

Size: height: 35 – 80 cm, length: 60 – 144 cm

Weight: 8 – 48 kg

Lifespan: 13 years

Methods: Bow hunting, Hunting from a blind, Stalking

Continent(s): North America, Central and South America