The Zmigrod is our longest standing state hunting district, with whom we have been working in partnership with since 1978. It covers a total area of 27,284 ha., of which 11,202 ha. is forest, while the remaining 16,082 ha. consists of farmland, meadow, lakes and wetlands. The forest is made up of 64% coniferous trees, 14% oak and 14% alder. The district is predominantly flat. Zmigrod can offer 167 high seats/stands as well as 40 feeding places. It is possible to arrange an exciting hunt from a horse drawn carriage, providing you book this in advance. Up to 7 hunters can be taken at a time, but the optimal number is 4-5. Driven hunts can be arranged for groups of 10 - 14 hunters.
This district offers hunting for roe deer, red deer, fallow deer and wild boar as well as shooting for ducks and geese. Around 100 bucks are shot here every year. The trophy quality is very good, with a good chance of bagging a buck of 350g or above. There is an annual quota of 64 red stags - the majority of which have a trophy weight of between 5 - 7 kg, but stags of above 8kg are taken here every year. The district has nice Polish fallow buck, of which 20 are shot annually. The average trophy size is around 2.5kg. Zmigrod has a dense population of wild boar which can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season or on one of the 6 annual driven hunts, which normally give an excellent result, with a good mix of all species present.
Zmigrod is around 200- 260km from the border crossing at Forst/Olszyna - depending on which route you take- normally a 3 hour drive, 60km from Wroclaw, which is the nearest large town and 75km from Wroclaw airport, which is the nearest international airport. Wroclaw is a very exciting city and well worth a visit, especially if you have time to spare after your hunt is finished.