Hunt in Hungary for Big and Small game


Big Game Hunt

Roe Buck:

Roe Deer has the same standards as the Red Stag and Fallow deer in Hungary. They produce World class (gold Metal) trophy's. Some people call the antlers Golden stag. They weigh it in grams. Three different method is used to hunt them Stalking, Still-stand and hunting from Jeeps. Hunting from Jeeps with a guide is great the hunters can visit big parts of the hunting land and their are many opportunities to shoot the most desired size. The Roe Buck is a magnificent animal with great nose and hearing.

Red Stag:

Red Stag deer is one of the biggest deer in Europe. Antler sizes measured by international standards. In Hungary many trophy Red Stag deer antlers weigh up to 30 lbs that scores around 270 points (Gold Medal) yes you receive a medal with the score point. (just to size it up they are at least 6x6 by Elk standard). One of the World finest Red Deer managed population can be found in Hungary. The stag can be found throughout the Hungarian mountain ranges. Record trophy's coming out of the South-West territories. During the Rut season the forest sounds like a well managed orchestra! The hunters hunt them from horse-drawn carriages or stalking.

Fallow Deer:

Fallow Deer has the same standards as the Red Stag deer in Hungary. They produce World class (gold Metal) trophy's. Hungary's game management team works well, as part of the government. Record trophy's coming out of the South-West part of the country sizes usually more then 9 lbs. The world record 5.80kg trophy was shot in Hungary in 1993. to hunt these games stalking is the most effective which requires great patience.


Wild Boar:

Wild Boar is quite common in Hungary you can find them from the plain fields to the mountains. Well managed game sows and piglets are protected in winter and spring. But the tuskers are fare game all year round. Stalking in the fresh snow or sitting on the tree stand it is always a great adventure. In the winter driven hunting is also allowed for larger groups with beaters and dogs. These dogs are specially trained for getting the wild boar out of the water holes and the thick forest areas. Driven hunts in December and January only.

Mouflon Ram:

Mouflon Ram the best quality population lives in the Mátra, Budai, Börzsöny, Bükk, Pilis and Vértes hills. The quality of the moufflon in Zemplén Hill is of medium level. Under adverse conditions the mouflon preserves its wildness. The mouflon is hunted by stalking. Stalking on hilly terrain requires outstanding sports performance. Sometimes you can approach this game on a horse-drawn carriage. They feed on the fields and patches between wooded areas.


Small Game Hunt



In Hungary is a mixture of different subspecies but they all belong to the Asian Pheasant. Hunters can take a part of this collective hunt in the fall season from November 1st to January 31st. They organize group hunting with a few gamekeepers and gundogs. These driven hunts are important for the hunting clubs, all their members get together, participate in this event. A lots of fun memories. By hunting on the great Hungarian plains the hunters have a chance to shoot pheasant and hare at the same hunt. These hunts take place on the hunting clubs owned or leased territory. All hunting clubs lease lands for many years (10 year leases) some of the lands has been leased by the same clubs for 30-40 years.

Brown Hare:

The general form and structure of the brown hare resembles that of the rabbit, but obvious differences include the hare's longer, larger body, much longer hind legs, and longer ears with black tips. Generally, brown hares are a brown-russet color, with a white underside. The tail is black on the upper surface and white underneath. In contrast to rabbits, which have a brown iris, the brown hare has a golden iris and black pupil. The brown hare is widespread throughout central and western Europe. Hungary has a lots of agricultural land (plain fields). Brown Hare predominantly spending most of the day in small depressions in the grass known as forms. Hares escape predation by outrunning their enemies, they can speed up to 45mph! Now that is impressive! Hard to shoot them but if you do that is a trophy on its own! Let us know if you would like to shoot some of these fast "rabbits" we will book it for you.


In Hungary ducks can be shot only in flight. We can customize your trip, just let us know how !Ducks can be found in large numbers in the eastern side of the country, mostly during the fall and winter season. Best time for hunting Mallards is in mid November. These are also driven hunts without daily bag limits. These are semi-wild ducks fast and high flyers. Takes great skills to get your numbers. This hunting method is very popular among foreign hunters.