Just back from an incredible hunt in Poland and Romania. This is my second hunting trip to Eastern Europe and it never fails to impress me. It has to be one of the greatest values in International hunting today and it's 100% free range. On this trip we hunted in the footsteps of Kings and Dictators! Romania's Plains of Socodor, were for nearly 600 years, the exclusive hunting grounds of kings and then dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. They only opened to hunting for the public in the 1990s. Only about 50 hunters a year get to hunt trophy fallow deer now and we consider ourselves blessed to have experienced it. Quite literally thousands of fallow deer from as far away as Austria descend on the 10 kilometer long area to rut and the sights and sounds are amazing. The closest thing I can equate it to is the caribou migration on the tundra of northern Canada.
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