The Tuchola state hunting district i a small but really lovely district 4,298 ha. in size. 2,453 ha. is forest, while the remaining 1,845 ha. are farmland, meadow and wetlands. The forest is predominantly coniferous (95%) with scattered areas of oak and birch. The district is flat to slightly hilly. The river Brda flows through the district. Tuchola has 48 high seats/stands and 10 feeding places. It is also possible to carry out an exciting hunt from a horse drawn carriage, as long as you book this in advance. The district can take up to 3-5 hunters at a time, depending on the species and type of hunt..
The district has roe deer, red deer, wild boar and a few fallow deer. 20 roe bucks are shot here annually. Most of these give trophies that weigh between 200-300g net, but bucks weighing over 300g are taken here as well. There is an annual quota of 8 red stags - the majority of which have a trophy weight of between 4 -5 kg, but stags of over 6 kg are taken here every year. 1-2 fallow buck are shot annually, and we can recommend hunting them in combination with hind- stalking and wild boar hunts. Tuchola has a fine population of wild boar, individual hunts for boar are possible throughout the season and on combination hunts in the autumn and winter.
Tuchola is 275 km from the Kolbaskowo border crossing south of Szczecin, 5 km from Tuchola, 50 km from Swiecie, 60 km from Bydgoszcz, which is the nearest large town, and 130km from Gdansk, which is the closest international airport.