HUNTING

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Hunting of roe deer, red deer, etc. in urestricted hunting grounds. Welcome to the hunter in the Czech Republic.

Czech Republic is one of the few countries still offers hunting possibilities to the most demanding hunters from around the world. Hunting has an undisputed role in the history of this part of Central Europe. It is unbelievable how many wild game live here in the countryside  in the early 21st century. Rich hunting grounds and beautiful nature are not the only cause for concern hunting guests. Hunting has been developing since the Middle Ages. Adherence to old customs and traditions has been preserved until today. Visitors perceive it as a special ritual that takes them back to the past.

ROE DEER

Hunting period:

roe buck 16. 5. – 30. 9.

Doe, fawn 1. 9. – 31. 12.

The most suitable period is 16. 5. – 10. 6., 25. 7. – 10. 8


EUROPEAN RED DEER

Hunting period: red deer, doe, fawn 01.08. – 15.01.

 

FALLOW DEER

Hunting period: fallow deer, doe, young fallow deer 16.08. – 31.12.

 

MOUFLON

Hunting period: 1. 8. – 31. 12.

Main hunting season 15. 10. – 30. 11.

                 

DYBOWSKI DEER

The most suitable period is 1. 8. – 31. 12.

 

WILD BOAR

Hunting period: tusker, wild sow 1. 8. – 31. 12.

Yearling boar, gruntling all year round


PHEASANT

Hunting period: pheasantry 16. 10. – 31. 1.

 

KING PHEASANT

Hunting period: cock 16.10. – 15.03., hen only in pheasantry 16.10. – 31.12.

 

WILD DUCK, COOT

Hunting period: 01.09. – 30.11.


BADGER

Hunting period: 01.10. – 30.11.

 

CHAMOIS

Hunting period: 01.10. – 30.11.

 

WILD TURKEY  - turkey even hen

Hunting period: 01.10. – 31.12.

 

EUROPEAN HARE

Hunting period: 01.11. – 31.12.

 

Each hunting guest is obliged to submit a valid hunting licence and shooting licence, including the statutory insurance valid in the Czech Republic  (liability insurance for damages caused in the exercise of hunting rights). We will help hunters both with issuing of the czech hunting licence (passport obligatory) and with the insurance.

 

The CIC evaluation of the trophies is done in accordance with international standards.

Fees for shooting are based on the point evaluation of the respective trophy.

The CIC evaluation is done while the shot animal is still fresh.

 

Trophies are prepared by boiling and simple blanching and they are ready for evaluation and handing over to the foreign guest up to 24 hours after the hunt.