Proudly Serving South Florida
Compliant with FWC Guidelines
Boat Based Iguana Hunt
Swift action on a vessel. We will operate within Miami-Dade or Broward County canals and lakes
- 4 hr 30 min4 hours 30 minutes
- 650 US dollars$650
- Customer's Place
The boat based iguana hunt is is a fast-paced, exciting adventure that takes iguanas by surprise as we show up within feet of their nests unannounced. This surprise factor is paired with quick decision-making and highly calculated boat maneuvering to ensure safe, proper shot placement or catch-pole deployment. Coupled with beautiful sights and sounds of a water environment will be elevated temperatures, direct sunlight and heat. We will provide liquids to stay hydrated and periodically seek tree shade shelter, however participants are expected to be in good physical health as we will be jumping on and off the boat to catch and retrieve iguanas. - The hunt starts at our facility where we will have a 20-30 minute safety meeting to ensure we are all on the same page. - During the safety meeting we will also review the rifles usage, safety procedures and operation of the same. - From here we will take a short car ride to the boat ramp, deploy the boat and start the hunt. The clock does not start until the boat is in the water. - For this tour we will use Edgun Leishy REPR 2 PCP Air Rifles in as light as possible configuration: --Edgun Leishy REPR 2 Hornet with Steiner Red Dot sighted at 15 yards. --Edgun Leishy REPR 2 Python Cowboy with Element Nexus sighted at 35 yards. --No recording scopes will be provided for this tour as they are too heavy to handle without bipods or shooting sticks. - Air supply will be on board and we will be refilling the rifles to 300 bar throughout the tour to ensure accurate shots. - All iguanas neutralized will be taken with us on board the craft. We keep a large cooler with ice. - You are free to take the iguanas with you, if you'd like to cook them. - No live iguanas will be allowed to be taken, nor released back into the wild, as this is illegal and violates State Law and FWC guidelines. NOTE: If you are not comfortable handling iguanas with your bare hands be sure to bring garden gloves.