Alpine Chamois is an extremely important game animal in Slovenian hunting. The populations are well managed and even hunters in moderate shape can expect to get their trophy at the lower areas of the mountains. Several heavy trophies were taken at the foot of the mountains as well.
Hunters who are fit enough to follow the Chamois high on to the slopes and peaks of the Karawanken or Julian Alps can expect to be equally as rewarded. Hunt is fair chase, conducted by spot and stalk mainly. On certain vantage points even the high seats are built. From there hunter may rest while waiting his quarry and admire the breathtaking Nature.
Trophy tusker is highly respected animal in the hunting world. Countries whith real chance from where hunter may return home with trophy tusks are rare. One of those is Romania. Only here your odds of killing trophy tusker before dusk or early in the night are real.
Hunt price of the mountain king – Ibex – is up year from year. On the other hand number of licenses are going down. But that highly rated hunt by fair price is still possible. With us in Kyrgyzstan.
Population in this Asien country is stable, trophy size is above average. Several World record Ibex came from Tien Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan including actual record ram with 152 cm horns. Hunting guests harvest rams in 100 to 125 cm class in average. If you are in good shape odds of getting bigger trophy with horns lenght of 130 to 145 are much higher.
Under the mild Mediterranean climate Balcan Chamois on Biokovo mountain has optimal living condition. Good management with long term low annual harvest resulted estate produce much higher number of trophy heads in medal range than any other area. Balcan Chamois hunt in Croatia The 36 km long Biokovo mountain is raising right from the Adriatic sea along tourist Makarska riviera. Comparing to other estates hunt is much easier. Even the peak at 1.764 meters altitude is accessible by regular vehicles on good road. Stalking is the main way of hunting. Within only one hour easy walk you are in the heart of the Chamois area. The best and the easiest time for the hunt is during the rut in November.
Wild boar population in Croatia is in very good shape. Probably the best ever. Along with plenty of pigs trophy tuskers are harvested quite often during driven hunt. Many of them even in medal range.
From October to end of January we organize driven hunts for free roaming Wild Boars in State Forestry Service estates as well as in private ones about one to two hours drive by car from Zagreb International airport. Some hunts take place in hilly areas, others in lowland along Kupa, Sava or Drava rivers.
European Brown Bear population in Croatia is healthy and in good shape. In last decades is in significant increase. Majority of the bruins killed are in medal range. Among them several exceptional trophy boars as above with 440 CIC points.
Hungary is classic hunting country welknown for exceptional stag trophy size. Red deer population is widespread all over the country, is healthy and abundant. Hunting in Hungary will satisfy hunter looking for heavy trophies as well as those which budget allows representative speciman only.
Red deer hunt season is September 1 which is the start of the rut also. Peak of the rut is by middle of the month. Hunter do not need to be fit well because the hunting take place on flat or lovely hilly countryside. Experienced local stalker will guide you close enough for a clean shot at the stag of the trophy size you are looking for.
On Dalmatian coast of Croatia you may enjoy pristine hunt of trophy Muflon ram while your whole family has summer holiday on beach just a few minutes away.
Muflon found excellent conditions on the Dalmatian coast of Adriatic sea and some islands. Karst covered by evergreen Mediteranian vegetation gives shelter and food year round. Mild snowless winters allow Muflon population grow large and produce strong trophy rams.
Breathtaking nature, blue sea surface melting the sky at horizon you will never forget. Several rams over 220 CIC points are harvested every season in those estates. Hunt is fair chase, conducted by spot and stalk mainly.
Slovenia represents the most western European border of the natural population of this mighty animal. Population is stable from long time ago. Even more, in last decade Brown Bear population is in significant increase. On base of a good long-term collaboration with State Forestry Commission which manage majority of the bear population we are able to offer hunting society several Brown bears hunts every year. We hunt them in their original environment – Provincial park Kočevje and Provincial park Snežnik.
Muflon herds are scattered all around country. Good trophy rams can be harvested on the slopes of Julian, Karawanken and Savinjske Alps as well as in lowland.
We hunt that attractive game mainly in State Forestry Service estates. Several times as side game by Alpine Chamois hunt. The best time is when snow fall push them down in the valleys.