The Chojna state hunting district in north west Poland covers a total area of 11,000 ha. of which 8,265 ha is forest, while the remaining 2,735 ha consists of farmland. meadows and lakes. The forest is mainly coniferous (76%), but 5% consists of beech, 9% oak and the rest mixed broadleaf woodland. The district is mainly flat, but some parts of the district are slightly hilly. Chojna has 40 high-seats and stands together with 10 feeding places. The district can take up to 4-5 hunters at a time on individual hunts, while the optimal group size for driven hunts is 12-15 hunters.
You can find roe deer, red deer, fallow deer and wild boar on this district. Annually 25 roebuck are taken here. Most of the trophies lie under a net weight of 280g, but also bucks of over 300g are shot here. The annual quota for red stags is 22 individuals - most of the trophies being around 6kg, but naturally smaller trophies are also taken. However, here it is possible to find really good stags with a trophy weight of close to 8kg. The population of fallow deer has increased rapidly over the last few years, which has led to over 30 fallow buck being made available for hunting annually. There is a good chance of shooting a fallow buck of between 3.0 and 3.5 kg. Chojna is also home to a particularly good strain of wild boar. These can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season and on the 6 driven hunts that are available during the autumn and winter.
Chojna is 25km from the border crossing at Schwedt, south of Szczecin. It is around 70km from Szczecin, which is the closest major town, 100km from Szczecin/Goleniow airport and 130km from the airport in Berlin.