The Siberian roebuck hunt is for the hardcore buck hunter. The bucks are huge and form an impressive trophy
6 days from €2,685
Big roebucks - really big roebucks! Siberian roebuck are closely related to the roebuck we have in Europe but grow much larger, both in body and trophy size. It is therefore without doubt that this exciting hunt for big Siberian roebuck during their rut, will exert a great pull on the traveling hunter with a weakness for buck hunting. A fully grown buck will typically reach a weight of between 40 - 50kg. and the average trophy weight is somewhere between 700 and 900g. Every year bucks are also taken that are well over 1,000g - a really outstanding trophy.
On this hunt it is possible to shoot more than one buck, but the number of licenses are limited so it is very important to book the number of bucks you wish to shoot when you first book your hunting tour.
The best period to hunt is during the rut, which usually takes place from the end of August to mid September. This hunt does not present any great challenge to the hunters level of fitness - everybody can take part!
On a 5 day hunt it is a realistic target to shoot 2 - 3 bucks, and because of the selective shooting policy, it is normally 3 as the maximum number of buck a hunter will be allowed to shoot. As there are only a limited number of licenses available, it is very important to book the number of bucks you wish to shoot when you first book your hunting tour.
The best period to hunt is during the rut, which usually takes place rather later than that of the European roe deer, namely from the end of August to mid September.
We have the following dates available for 2017
1st departure: 25.08 - 31.08
2nd departure: 30.08 - 05.09
3rd departure: 04.09 - 11.09
It is relatively easy to reach Jekaterinburg, as there is a direct flight from Moscow. From Jekaterinburg it is around a 3 hour drive to the hunting district.
Day 1 : Afternoon departure from Frankfurt/London, fly to Jekaterinburg via Moscow.
Day 2 : Early morning arrival in Jekaterinburg, transfer to the hunting district
Days 3 - 7 : 4 1/2 days hunting, with 1:1 guiding.
Day 8 : Transfer to Jekaterinburg and return flight via Moscow
Accommodation here can vary from district to district, but generally you will stay in comfortable timber huts or a local hunting cabin in the hunting district itself. Occasionally you might stay with your hunting guide. Normally you will stay in a twin-room, and the house will also offer a sitting room and a bathroom. Accommodation includes full-board: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Don’t...Read more
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|Up to 800 g||EUR 1.400,-|
|801 - 900 g||EUR 1.650,-|
|901 - 1000 g||EUR 2.025,-|
|1001 -||EUR 2.250,-|
Trophies will be weighed 24 hours after boiling. If a buck is shot very late in the hunt so that there is no time to let it dry, 3% will be decucted from the trophy weight.