Live your dream of hunting in SLOVAKIA

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  1. SlovakianHunter

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    Dear hunters!

    I would like to offer you hunts guided by me for big game in the heart of Europe, in a beautiful country Slovakia. I can offer you hunts for roe deer, red deer, fallow deer, mouflon sheep and wild boar. I have something for bird hunters too, pheasant hunting at its best. We have also opportunities for wolf in spring.

    Feel free to write me an e.mail or PM.
     
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    Hunts are sold by company MARAGRO which has access to 13 different hunting areas in Slovakia and Czech republic. The areas are almost all different biotops which is very interesting about Slovakia, in one moment you are hunting on flat grounds and in two hours driving by car you are surounded by mountains. Our hunting areas offers very unique hunting experience, coming in right time you can make a very nice combined hunt in very different areas.

    Main hunting season in Slovakia starts on 16th of May with roe deer and wild boar hunting. The best time for hunting is September. In September a hunter can harvest all of the main species available in Slovakia, red deer (rut usually starts in mid-September and continues until the mid-October) , fallow deer (follows the red deer rut), roe deer (rut starts usually in the last week of July and continues in the begining of August), mouflon (best hunting is in winter when sheeps are in the valleys because of deep snow) and wild boar (all year round hunting - individualy and driven hunts for groups but also for individuals are organized from fall untill early spring).

    Our holding owns a fenced game management area, which has over 100 hectares of forest and fields, where one can take medal class carpathian red deer and roe deer. Area contains a very luxury hunting cabin where hunters can relax and enjoy the countryside. Ideal for observers as well for whom we can arrange horse riding trips, fishing, tours,...This area is situated in Southern Slovakia near city Nove Zamky, which is only 10 km from Palarikovo, where Ludovit Karoly established a pheasantry and CIC hunting organization in 18th century.

    Two hunting areas are situated in mountains near city Poltar, where red deer and wild boar is hunted. One very special area for wild boar is situated 100 km from city Kosice in eastern Slovakia. Then there are special areas for red deer where a hunter can experience a beautiful red deer rut. Each area is very specific and it would be a very long description so I will provide all the information about the areas on request. Everything depends on hunters requirements.

    Generaly the price includes daily rates (accomodation, food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks,guide,hunting dog and hunting vehicle) in ammount of 150 EUR/day/hunter. Observer fees are 50 EUR/day.

    Trophy fees are as follows:

    ROEBUCK
    Weight of antlers EUR EUR/g

    to 249 g 195

    from 250 g 195 +2,20/g

    300 g 305 +5,10/g

    350 g 560 +10,50/g

    400 g 1085 +18,20/g

    450 g 1995 +25,90/g

    500 g 3290 +54,50/g


    RED DEER
    From 500 EUR to 10 000+ EUR

    FALLOW DEER
    From 300 EUR to 4000+ EUR

    WILD BOAR
    From 100 EUR to 1500 EUR

    MOUFLON
    From 200 EUR to 3000+ EUR

    State owned and army forests areas where we have access have different pricing, so everything is prepared due to wishes of a client and the price depends on it.

    I hope I was able to provide as much basic information as I was able in a short time, I will be very happy to answer your questions here in this thread.
     

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    Martin...........thanks for the offer. The photos you have included look very nice. I am having a little trouble visualizing the trophy fees for roe deer....or other animals for that matter. It is a little different than that which we use here in the USA, so ... a couple of questions: How do you measure the weight of the antlers? Most hunters would not want the individual horns cut off, so I assume you would weigh piece of skull plate too. How much? Maybe there's an obvious answer here that I don't see.

    454g is one pound, so a 1 pound roe would be 2098 Eur and that is about $2900, right? Appoximately how big would that deer be?

    For New Zealand stag it helps sometimes for us to see a foto of a stag, of say 360 points. could you show a foto of about a 454 gram roe?...thanks.....FWB
     
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    Bill, thank you for your interest. I am sorry, it had to be visualized better, but after posting it changed the shape :) I know that it is a bit confusing, I will prepare some all inclusive packages for hunters where the hunter will get one red deer regardless of size for fair price with guarantee of at least 5 kg antlers for example.

    We measure the antlers in fresh stage 24 hours after boiling the trophy, you measure the total weight of skull with antlers, of course in cooperation with client. It is a standart in Europe. Some hunting areas use CIC measurements, like you have SCI or Rowland Ward.

    Of course I can give you some basic idea about the weight of roe deer antlers, but for other animals as well if someone would be interested.

    Roe deer antlers are measured in Grams.
    Gold medal: 430 - 600 g (130+ CIC)
    Silver medal: 390 - 510 g (115 - 129 CIC)
    Bronze medal: 370-450 g (105 - 114 CIC)

    Red deer antlers are measured in KG.
    Gold medal: 8-10 kg (210+ CIC)
    Silver medal: 6-8,5 kg (190 - 209 CIC)
    Bronze medal: 4,5 - 7 kg (170 - 189 CIC)

    Fallow deer antlers are measured in KG, Mouflon horns are measured in CM, Wild boar pricing depends on sex and at males it depends on the lenght of their tusks which is measured in CM.

    I post here few pictures of roe deer trophies which are in gold medal and silver medal class

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    ALL THESE ROE DEER WERE SHOT IN FLAT LAND AREA NEAR CITY NOVE ZAMKY
     
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    Hello Slovakianhunter,

    I have heard other good reports on hunting in your Country.
    Thank you for posting your information here.

    Regards,
    Velo Dog.
     
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    Hi Velo Dog, nice to hear that. Thank you and you are very welcome anytime :)
     
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    Martin...........thanks for the fotos............It helped a a lot to visualize what a trophy roe deer looks like. I have been interested in hunting in eastern Europe for a long time. I have several roe deer trophies taken by my grandfather many years ago... in "the old country" but didnt know if they were large or small....(based on your fotos, I'd say the ones that I have inherited are quite small) Dont know my geography very well, but imagine there would be a lot to do in the area in addition to hunting.
     

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