Through our well known French partner in Mauritius we have gained access to an exciting NEW hunting district in the Haute Garonne region, on the French side of the Pyrenean Mountains. Our partner previous worked in this district himself, both as a guide and as a gamekeeper, and can warmly recommend both the organisation and numbers of game here. During the year we have had a number of hunters in the area and the were all very pleased with all aspects of their hunt.
4 days from €1,290
The district lies in a beautiful, fertile and very varied landscape, with rolling hills, forest, meadow and some arable crops. The district is a 1.5 hour drive south east of Toulouse. Roebuck hunting pressure is very limited, and there is a good chance of shooting a large, mature buck.
In addition to the roebuck hunting the Haute Garonne is also a very interesting part of France. It is the “narrowest” part of the country, with only 200km separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Mediterranean Sea. There are many fascinating historic towns and castles, including Toulouse, the famous pilgrimage destination Lourdes and Pau. The tiny country of Andorra is also close by. The local cuisine and wine are worth the journey alone. All of this makes the destination also very attractive for the non-hunting members of the family.
The optimal period to hunt roebuck here is in June, July and up to 10th August,
however in September it is possible to combine a roebuck hunt with hunting red stag, or on another district, for chamois. This second district is around a drive of 1.5 hours away.
It is possible for 3 - 4 hunters to hunt here at the same time, and you can choose to hunt 1:1 or 2:1. The hunt is a mix of lying in wait and stalking. The French hunting guides are very experienced, but you should not expect them to speak any language other than French. But as in so many other hunting destinations, you will find that hunters have their own special international “language”. The outfitter speaks good English speaks good English, and he will also guide most of our hunters.
During the hunt you will stay in a small hotel/pension close to the hunting district.
The easiest way to get here is to fly to Toulouse. From there you can either take a rental car or we can arrange transfers to the hunting district. We can naturally help with arranging flights.
If you would like to spend a few more days in this part of France, or perhaps bring along the family, we would recommend that you hire a car.
During your hunt you will stay in a small hotel/guest house close to the hunting district. We use a number of different establishments, but generally speaking they are all very charming, often in equipped with modern facilities such as delightful rooms, with private bath and toilet, common sitting areas, wifi, and some even have a swimming pool. Do not expect to loose weight here. Normally...Read more
The two roe deer districts are respectively in the Gers region, close to the town of Auch , and in the Pyrenees Atlantique, where the regional center is Pau. From Toulouse it’s around a 1½ hour drive to Auch, while the districts close to Pau are circa a 3-3½ hour drive from Toulouse. It’s also possible to fly to Pau, from where it’s about an hours drive from the...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
Latin 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 types:...Read more
Latin Name: Rupicapra rupicapra Subspecies: Rupicapra rupicapra (The Austrian, Swizz, German, French and Italian Alps as well as parts of the former Yugoslavia.) Rupicapra r. pyrenaica (The Pyrenees). Rupicapra r. ornata (The Abruzzian Alps, Italy) Rupicapra r. carpatica (Transsylvania) Rupicapra r. balcanica (Parts of former Yugoslavia) Rupicapra r. caucasica (Kaukasus) Rupicapra r. asiatica...Read more
Latin 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 bordering...Read more
Latin 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 100-200...Read more
Non-hunting guests € 595.-
|Roebuck up to 105 CIC points||€550-|
|Roebuck 105-114,9 CIC points||€650-|
|Roeuck 115 - 129,9 CIC points||€ 750-|
|Roebuck 130 CIC points and over||€ 1.000-|
When In Season
|Mouflon up to medal||€1,790-|
|Mouflon gold, silver or bronze||€1,990-|
|Red stag 14 pointer +||€ 2,690-|
Any supplements or extra trophy fees are paid directly to the hunting district after the end of the hunt.