Wild boars in Turkey are significantly larger, both in body and trophy size, than European wild boar. Keilers can weigh more than 300kg, and their tusks can reach lengths of around 30cm!
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The Turks, due to their religious convictions, do not hunt wild boar. Neither do they keep domestic pigs, which would have the potential of polluting the vigorous race of wild boar with poor genes. The low hunting pressure results in a dense population or boar and opens up the possibility of hunting for big individuals that have not become accustomed to being hunted.
Our partner has access to a wide range of first class wild boar districts, with a total area of around one million hectares. The most important districts are found in Anatolia and along the south coast of the Black Sea. The districts consist of hilly, highland forest - typically lying between 1,000 -1,500m above sea level. It is possible to carry out the hunt both as a stalk or as lying in wait, depending on the preferences and fitness of the hunter.
Our partner’s staff invests a lot of time in observing the boars and they all know when the boars will be active in their districts. It is not unusual to shoot a number of large keiler during a visit here.
The hunt normally only takes place in the evening and at night, as the keilers are in-active during the day and therefore hardly ever seen.
Every day the hunting guide will pick you up at the hotel and take you to the hunting area, and as the different feeding places can be relatively far apart, you drive from place to place and then stalk to the feeding places.
We warmly recommend good scopes and possibly a night scope.
During the hunt hunters will beaccommodated in 2-bed rooms in a hotel or pension near the hunting area. The stay includes accommodation with half board (breakfast and dinner).If you want a single room, or if you are traveling alone, you will be charged for single room.Read more
Our partner in Turkey has top wild boar hunting areas in various regions of Turkey. Everywhere there is a strong population of wild boar with many kapitale boars from. The Turks themselves driver hunting of wild boars significantly as hunting pressure is low. The Turkish wild boars can reach a body weight of over 300 kg and trophies of between 20 and 35 cm. In the last three years the average...Read more
Our partner in Turkey, Gönye Hunting Activities is one of the very biggest and most important players in the Turkish hunting market. They have their headquarters in the city of Konya in central Turkey, and in 2017 will be celebrating their 20 year jubilee. Over this period they have built up a large, professional organization with good hunting guides, interpreters, drivers etc. We...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
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|16 - 17,9 cm||€670,-|
|18 - 19,9 cm||€1.100,-|
|20 - 21,9 cm||€1.250,-|
|22 - 23,9 cm||€1.450,-|
|24 – 25,9 cm||€1.750,-|
|26 cm and more||€1.950,-|