Hunt for mouflon on their real home ground - hilly hunting districts with good populations of mouflon - attractive trophy fees!
4 days from €1,070
Through our new partner in Slovakia we can offer some very exciting mouflon hunting. Slovakia is home for some excellent populations of this species, and you hunt in beautiful, hilly districts. With regard to trophy size you can expect mouflon rams with a horn length of between 60 - 90cm. Hunting will take place in the early morning and evening, with each outing lasting between 2 - 3 hours.
You should arrange flights to either Budapest, Bratislava or Vienna airports, depending on which districts you will visit. You will be met at the airport by a driver who will transfer hunters to their accommodation by car or minibus, depending on the size of the group. Drive time will be between 1½ - 2½ hours.
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Hunters will stay in a nearby hotel or guest house, in rooms with en suite facilities. The hotel offers a restaurant where you will have the possibility of trying some of the delicious local Slovakian food. The cost of a standard meal is between €5 - €10. Breakfast is included in the price. If you prefer more private surroundings, some of the districts can offer accommodation in a hunting lodge close to the hunting district, with the services of a private cook during your stay (at extra cost). Lodges are normally located in the forest, and are suitable for groups of between 4 to 10 hunters.
Once you have bagged your mouflon ram you can continue hunting for ewes and lambs or some of the other hunt able species found here.
You can decide yourself if your trophy should be boiled and bleached (approx. €80) or wether it should be prepared for shoulder mounting. The outfitter will assist you with arranging transport of your trophies home.
Hunters will stay in a nearby hotel or guesthouse, in rooms with en-suite bathroom and toilet. There is a restaurant in the hotel where you can buy your meals. There is also a cosy bar. In some of the hotels we use there are also luxurious wellness facilities, which are at your disposal during your stay. If you would prepare more private surroundings, some of the districts can, on payment of a...Read more
Our Slovakian hunts for red stags, fallow buck, mouflon, roebuck, wild boar and hinds are generally arranged with private districts/hunting clubs, which range in size between 2,000 and 10,000 hectares. Depending on the size of the district’s and game you wish to hunt for, you can change district from day to day, so the hunt matches the wishes of the client. There is a good chance of finding...Read more
Our excellent partner here, Tomás, is a new hunt organiser in Slovakia who can offer hunting over most of the country for all hunt able game species. He works together with some of Slovakia’s best private hunting districts, and does a lot of work in advance to always be able to offer visiting hunters the very best hunting districts available. Our partner is very particular about the...Read more
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Female Deer consist of several game species: Red Deer, Fallow Deer, Roe Deer and Wild Boar. Red Deer Hind Scientific Name: Cervus elaphus Distribution: The native range of the red deer Europe, parts of north Africa and western Asia, it has been introduced to Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina. Habitat: In most of their range they are forest animals, but in some areas, such as...Read more
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|Mouflon||cm||EUR||EUR/ per cm|
|Mouflon up to:
||59,99 cm||EUR 760||-|
|60,00 – 69,99 cm||EUR 1.065||-|
|From:||70,00 cm||EUR 1.065||+ EUR 106,50|
|80,00 cm||EUR 2.130||+ EUR 120,50|
|90,00 cm||EUR 3.335||+ EUR 135|
|Red deer hind/calf||EUR 125,-|
|Fallow deer doe/calf||EUR 95,-|
|Mouflon sheep/lamb||EUR 75,-|
|Roe deer doe/lamb||EUR 53,-|
|Spiker of red deer or fallow deer|
|Red deer spiker||EUR 185,-|
|Fallow deer spiker||EUR 160,-|
|Wounding = shot|
|Überläufer (1 year)||EUR 175,-|
|Keiler (tusks in cm)
|13,00 – 14,99 cm||EUR 335,-|
|15,00 – 17,99 cm||EUR 685,-|
|18,00 – 19,99 cm||EUR 1.135,-|
|20,00 – 21,99 cm||EUR 1.600,-|
|22 cm and above||EUR 2.135,-|