Our excellent partner in the south of France can offer two different stag hunting packages, one in the Pyrenees, the other a little further north in the Dordogne
4 days from €1,350
From Perigord to the Pyrenees
France has an excellent population of red deer and from mid-September many French forests echo to the roar of rutting stags, one of the most fantastic “shows” in nature. It is at this time of the year that the rarely seen big stags emerge from the depths of the big forests to ensure the continuation of the species.
Whether you choose to hunt in the Pyrenees or in the Dordogne the hunt will take place in beautiful districts, rich in game, amongst wonderful scenery, and you will always be accompanied by a skilled hunting guide who really knows the area.
Generally speaking stag hunting in France takes place from 15th September to 15th October, however there are local variations in the hunting season which means that stag hunting in the Dordogne fis from 18th September to 5th October and in the Pyrenees from 1st – 15th October.
During the hunt, in most cases, our hunters will stay in a small but very charming guesthouse/hotel/pension, either in a small mountain village or out in the countryside. Generally speaking or hunters have been very enthusiastic about the choice of accommodation, which is often a carefully restored building, several centuries old, which has been transformed into a comfortable, tastefully...Read more
Our hunting district in the Dordogne lis close to the town of Sarlat. It is a very beautiful district, hilly and with varied vegetation; large forests, primarily of oak, conifers and large chestnuts, together with areas or arable farmland and meadows. The annual quota for trophy stags is not very high, and great emphasis is placed on a selective shooting policy, concentration on the oldest stags....Read more
Our partner, Julien, is both an outfitter and professional hunter, who has been carefully building up his successful company over a number of years. We have enjoyed an excellent working relationship with Julien since 2012, and he has really taken great care of our hunters, giving them some great hunting experiences and some fine trophies. Julien offers roebuck hunting during the...Read more
Scientific Name: Capreolus capreolus Subspecies: We have not included any of the subspecies of Capreolus capreolus, as the authors dissagree about their status as individual subspecies. Distribution: All of Europe except Ireland, Iceland, Southern Spain and Greece. Roe Deer populations are not common to the Mediterranean islands. Habitat: Roe Deer populations are found today in most terrain...Read more
Scientific Name: Ovis musimon Subspecies: None in Europe. Distribution: Small isolated groups all over Europe (mostly in fenced in areas). Habitat: Prefers undulating forested areas. Description: Middle sized animal of the sheep family weighing up to 60 kg. (rams), and measuring around 80 cm over the shoulder. General colour dark brown on the back and along the flanks. A black band is...Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus elaphus Subspecies: We recognise the following subspecies for Europe: East European Red Deer (C.e. montanus) Corsican Red Deer (C.e. corsicanus) Distribution: Red Deer is found in most European countries. Habitat: Woodland, pasture land, wetlands and moorland. Is found in lowlands as well as on high ground and in mountains. Description: Large deer weighing around...Read more
|Stags of up to 10 points||€ 1.850,-|
|Stags between 10-12 points||€ 2.050,-|
|Mouflon C2||€ 1.590,-|
|Stags of up to 10 points||€ 2.050,-|
|Stags of over 10 points||€ 2.550,-|
|Roebuck (of any size)||€ 495,-|