The Brodnica state hunting district in northern Poland covers a total area of 9,690 ha. of which 2,613 is woodland, while the remaining 7,077 ha. consists of farmland, meadows, lakes, rivers and streams. The woodland is largely Scots pine (70%), but there is also oak (10%), beech (10%), birch (5%) and alder (5%) - a nice mixture of many different species. The district is generally flat and it is divided by a number of rivers and streams, but part of the district is slightly hilly. Brodnica has 43 high seats/stands and 12 feeding places. It is also possible to carry out an exciting hunt from a horse drawn wagon, provided it is booked in advance. The district can cater for up to 4 individual hunters at a time. Driven hunts are carried out with groups of 8 - 12 hunters.
On this district you can find red deer, roe deer, fallow deer and wild boar. 60 roe bucks are shot here annually. Trophy weights here are above average, and it is possible to shoot good bucks of over 350g. Bucks of over 400g net can also be found here. There is an annual quota of 8 red stags the majority of which have a trophy weight of
5 -7 kg. The population of fallow deer is increasing and around 10 bucks are shot here annually, all with nice trophies of around 2.5kg. Brodnica has a fine population of wild boar which can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the year and on small driven-/driven hunts in the autumn and winter. It is also possible to arrange combination hunts.
Brodnica is 380km from the border crossing at Kolbaskowo south of Szczecin, around 60km from Torun, and around 55km from Grudziadz which is nearest major town. The closest international airport is Gdansk, 180km away, while Warsaw airport is 210 km away.