Really good hunting during the rut with a good chance of shooting a really fine stag. A small but really lovely district with good accommodation. Read more about Red Stag Hunting in Poland
4 days from €885
Throughout history, great deal of prestige is awarded to hunters who shoot a mature stag! The red stag is the undisputed King of Europe’s game animals - the trophy which all European hunters are most keen to hang on their wall. However, it is only when you have experienced the thrill of hunting during the height of the rut, that you really understand why this is.
The red stag is powerful, graceful - even majestic - and easily the most impressive animal in our forests. It is quite natural that all European rifle hunters will want to test their skills against this game - preferably more than once!
We can offer a wide range of the very best State Forest Districts in western Poland, all of which can deliver top quality red deer hunts. These State Forest Districts all have well trained, experienced and very responsible hunting guides, who each have their own areas in the districts, which they know like the back of their own hands.
The hunt usually takes the form of stalking or lying in wait on one of the towers that have been optimally placed in each district, with regard to the deer’s behavioural patterns during the rut.
You will go out hunting twice a day, once in the early morning starting before dawn, and again in the late afternoon/evening during the hours around sunset. It will often be possible to combine stag hunting with a roebuck hunt, if the district has any left on its shooting quota, or with hunting for wild boar.
It is not just the trophy which is very attractive, even the hunt for red stags is itself is extremely attractive - both because of the real challenge in getting yourself within range of a big stag, but also because of the many traditions that are associated with this hunt.
Quite simply it is the experience of a lifetime! You can choose between hunting following the price list or on a fixed price package - we have both larger and smaller stags available to hunt. There is something for every taste and budget!
A hunting tour to Poland can make stag hunting convenient, easy and inexpensive and you can be sure of enjoying a wonderful outdoors adventure. Stag hunting in Poland has been popular for quite some time now - and for good reason! A stag hunt in Poland is the perfect way for both new and experienced hunts to be certain of a great hunting experience.
Accommodation is in an attractive hunting cottage which is classified as category “S”. The guest rooms on the first floor comprise of 2 double rooms, one three bedded room and 2 four bedded rooms, all with their own bathroom and toilet. Guests have access to a lockable garage and storage room. Runowo’s gamekeeper is called Boguslaw Rózycki, and he can speak English. Wi-Fi...Read more
The Runowo state hunting district in north west Poland covers a total area of 5,000 ha., of which 2,700 is forest, while the remaining 2,300 ha is farmland, meadow, lakes and wetlands. The forest is 40% coniferous, 35% oak, 15% birch and 10% other broadleaf trees. The district is predominantly flat. Runowo has 23 high seats/stands and 11 feeding places. The district can take up to 3 hunters at a...Read more
We have worked together with the Regional Direction of State Forests in Torun –the Regionalna Dyrekcja Lasów Panstwowych we Toruniu, or in everyday language the RDLP Torun – for the last 21 years, and before that Wilson Jagtrejser (which later became Diana) worked together with some of the districts. Our partnership includes 8 state forest districts, and we have long...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...Read more
Videnskabeligt navn: Capreolus capreolus Underarter: Vi har ikke medtaget underarter af Capreolus capreolus, da der hersker tvivl om deres berettigelse som selvstændige underarter.Read more
Scientific Name: Sus scrofa Subspecies: Sus sr. castilianus (Portugal and Spain) Sus sr. reiseri (Albania, Bulgaria and the former Yugoslavia). Sus sr. attila (Hungary, Romania and Russia). Distribution: All countries in Europe with the exception of The British Isles, southern Italy and southern Greece. Habitat: Woodland with dense undergrowth, often in the vicinity of pasture...Read more
On the price list hunt all game shot will be settled according to the following price-list:
Up to 2000 g € 450,00
2001-2499 g € 730,00
2500-2999 g € 975,00
3000-3499 g € 1.135,00
3500-3999 g € 1.135,00 + € 2,40 per 10 g over 3500 g
4000-4499 g € 1.255,00 + € 2,40 per 10 g over 4000 g
4500-4999 g € 1.375,00 + € 2,30 per 10 g over 4500 g
5000-5999 g € 1.490,00 + € 4,70 per 10 g over 5000 g
6000-6999 g € 1.960,00 + € 6,10 per 10 g over 6000 g
7000-7999 g € 2.570,00 + € 14,20 per 10 g over 7000 g
From 8000 g € 3.990,00 + € 17,30 per 10 g over 8000 g
Wounding € 870,00
Hinds/calfs € 105,00
It will also be possible to shoot wild boars according to the following price list:
140 mm - 159 mm € 665,00
160 mm – 199 mm € 880,00 + € 20,50 pr. mm over 160 mm
200 mm and above € 1.700,00 + € 29,00 pr. mm over 201 mm
Keilers under 140 mm and for piglets and yearlings are charged for by weight, as follows:
Up to 29,99 kg € 105,00
30-59,99 kg € 180,00
From 60 kg and up € 390,00
Wounding € 120,00
Price pr. 15/1-2021