Derick Lopez is a young and highly experienced hunter and outfitter from Sonora, Mexico. Graduated as a Medical Doctor from UAG medical university in Guadalajara, Mexico. He is the son of the long known Mexican hunting outfitter Ubaldo Lopez and Pathy Zepeda, owner of one of the biggest import/export hunting companies in the state of Sonora. Together they have grown an outfitting business that is more than 30 years old. In the past several years Derick has added to the quality of the business by providing his passion, dedication, and vast hunting talents. Their hunting operation continuously delivers world class hunting opportunities to international clients.
The business specializes in Mule Deer, Coues Deer, and Desert Bighorn Sheep hunting on the mainland of Mexico and on the exclusive Seris Reservation on Tiburon Island just off the coast of Sonora Mexico. Derick works in the outfitting side of the operation while Pathy coordinates the entire administration side including exportation, hunting permits, firearm licenses, CITES and more.
Over 30 years of experience and more than a thousand clients back their work. Feel free to contact Derick to answer any questions you may have.
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" I had the privilege to hunt Sheldoni Mule Deer with Derick Lopez on Tiburon Island. Derick made this trip an amazing adventure with his attention to detail. He was an excellent communicator, very organized, had good equipment, excellent guides and loves to hunt. It is a blast to hunt with an outfitter with the passion of Derick. Would recommend him to anyone looking to hunt the unique and beautiful Tiburon Island". - Tim Salsbury
"Absolutely an amazing experience,it's everything and more than I've dreamed of"
My adventure to Tiburon Island, Mexico
I never imagined Tiburon Island could quickly hold such a special place in my heart. The island is absolutely breathtaking and full of natures purest ,endless beauty.
I am beyond grateful for the friendships made and acquaintances that will never be forgotten. I often look at the picture of the team that was put together for this adventure. I am thankful for every one of them. Although I cannot speak their language, I truly hope they could sense my grateful heart.
There were no bathrooms, no running water, lots of walking, climbing rocks, and I cannot wait to go back one day!
I was unsure and so nervous first crossing over to the island on the small boat. Little did I know leaving the island would be so hard with tears running down my face.
The Seri Indian women were on the mainland with bags of handmade items. I enjoyed selecting gifts for the kids that were made by these women. They asked to paint my face.
This forever will be one of my most favorite experiences.
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