In the mid of November,2019 the owner of PRO Hunt company Maxim Vorobiev and I were going to fly from Sheremetyevo to Bishkek. At the airport we met our friend Gennady Smirnov who flew to Kyrgyzstan too. He was going to get the trophy of the Ibex. Maxim’s friend Aidar met us in Bishkek. It took us five hours drive to reach Barskoon. The local outfitter Kenesh Baike waited for us there. Then we drove six hours to the Base. It was the late evening when we arrived. We used two cars, the second driver was Azamat. There was one more hunter who arrived from Moscow- Alexander. He was Aidar’s friend. The Base camp looked very imposing. I had never stayed in such bases before. Next morning we tested guns and moved to the mountains. We saw great number of sheep. It was possible to watch about 200 animals from the one place. There were females and trophy size males but I was looking for the super trophy! We were lucky on the third day when found one of them. We called that male Don Juan because it was very busy struggling with other males and caring for its harem. That day and the next one we couldn’t approach it. On the fifth day we moved to the mountains very early and were lucky to approach the sheep herd. Don Juan was there. I shot twice from the distance 430m. It ran for a while and fell. That Hume sheep was the nice trophy. When we were going back to the base, one of our guides noticed the group of Ibexes, which pastured in 800 meters from us. We tried to approach them. We went to 208 meters and found that five Ibexes were laying on the ground included the big one. The guides suggested to wait when they’d stand up. They began to move in 50 minutes. The chosen Ibex stood up fast and followed the female. We lost it but suddenly it went back. I fired and it disappeared. We all ran to that place and found it laying on the bottom of the gorge. Thus I got the Mid Asian Ibex. Thank you very much to Maxim Vorobyov, Aidar Okenov, the owner of the Base Kenesh Baike and our guides. It was very interesting hunt. We were there in the peak of the rut season.