What’s happening around the Hungarian forests, what are the news on this beautiful field and how to know more about this season of hunting.
The hunting seasons for the five big game animal species:
- Red Deer: 1st September to 31st January
- Fallow Deer: 1st October to 31st January
- Roe Deer: 15th April to 30th September
- Muflon: 1st September to 28th February
- Wild Boar: all year
All areas have very high population of Red Deer, Roe Deer, Fallow Deer or Wild Boar which gives you good game any season in the year.
The base of Hungarian hunting traditions is the appreciation and the protection of the stock of game that has special features. As a result of the conscious wildlife management based on centuries-old experiences that manages the excellent features of genes well, the Hungarian stock of red deer, fallow deer and roe deer is famous all over the world.
Hungary is the No 1 destination for bow hunting. Our country has the one of the best wild life management system which gives you the best chance for a successful hunt, no matter if you are in a closed estate or in open woodland.
There are only a few nations in the world with hunting in their legends of origin. According to the old Hungarian legend of “Hunor and Magor”, the two brothers got to the modern–day territory of Hungary from the Eastern lands by chasing a miraculous stag. The Magyars had been attached to hunting with thousands of strings during their history. In the art work of early masters there are huntsman pursuing game, saker falcon and hounds chasing prey in Hungary. This is history.
Stogram and its partners can offer you several hunting methods from stalking to tree-stand and provide you excellent experience. Our professional game keepers will guide you ad help you on your trip, so you have the best chance to shoot your trophy.