Romania – chamois, red stag, roe deer & boar
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Chamois - The largest chamois with the longest horns. Romania, in the Carpathian Mountains and Transylvanian Alps. Hunters can expect to walk for 8 hours a day, with a lot of climbing. You will be guided by experts in their field who have a very good knowledge of the ground that you will be hunting as well as, of course, the mountains and safety. Chamois are most active during the day and stalking must be done with extreme care, he has a highly developed sense of sight and smell and he is always on the lookout for predators and humans. The general method will be to climb in the morning to gain altitude, spying as you go. If a Chamois is spotted the hunter must try to stalk down on top of him to gain the best chance of success.
Red Stag - The largest of all red deer, with the finest specimens as regards weight and quality of antlers coming from Poland, Hungary, Romania and the former Yugoslavia. Stags weighing 600-660 pounds have been taken, as have antlers with 20 or more points and weighing more than 22 pounds including the frontal bone, or 26 pounds on the cleaned skull. The antlers are usually darker than those from other red deer. You and your guide search for the big, roaring stags up in the mountains. Often it is possible to call-up the stags. You will enjoy an outstanding, but hard hunt, with the valleys echoing to the roars of the stags. It is an intense, gripping hunt that you will never forget. This hunt can be combined with hunting for brown bear, wild boar and wolf.
Boar - Stalking in the fresh winter snow, summer wheat fields or shooting from a high-seat is an exciting form of hunting wild boar in Romania. The greatest adventure is the fast paced driven wild boar hunt, with beaters and specially trained dogs, which can organized in November, December and January.
Boars sometimes as much as 700 pounds, females are somewhat smaller than males and have much smaller tusks. A medium-sized animal with a thick body, relatively thin legs, a short neck, and a long, pointed head ending in a disk like snout. Coat is dense, bristly hair, brownish-gray in color, sometimes with cheek whiskers and a neck mane, there are no facial warts. Canine teeth are usually well-developed, forming tusks. Upper tusks grow outward and backward; the lower ones grow upward and backward, tending to make a circle. Tusks will usually wear against each other, honing sharp edges. Stomach is two-chambered and non-ruminating.
Roe Deer - The smallest and most elegant native deer in Europe. While the west of Hungary reminds of western Europe, the vast plains and fields of east Hungary with the many isolated farms, wells and the open grassland of the Puszta corresponds more with classical image of Hungary. In these areas, roebuck with antlers weighing 200-600 g can be shot. In the west of Hungary most roebuck are shot from raised hides, but in the east, due to the vast open plains, one has to hunt from a vehicle or sometimes a horse and cart, and the shooting distances are often 120-200 m.
Largest animals are found in eastern part of the species range. Females are about 20 percent smaller than males. Coloration is rich reddish-brown in summer, with a gray face, white chin and black muzzle band. Rump patch is obscure. Winter coat is grayish-brown, with two white throat patches and a prominent white rump patch of erectile hairs that can expand under stress to form a large white disk. Tail is small and white, invisible against the rump. Normal antlers of a mature buck consist of a main beam directed upward, with a lower forward tine and a higher rearward tine making three points to a side. However, non-typical antlers with 4-5 points on a side are not uncommon. Antlers have a very rough burr around the base, and grow so closely together that the coronets usually touch in mature animals. The skull is broad, with a compressed muzzle.
E750/day Pre-scouted hunts – 1x1
E250/day/person – observer
Up to 105 CIC E3,950
Over 105 CIC + E300 per point
Up to 10 kg E4,950
10.01-11kg E4,950+ E23/10gr
11.01-11.5kg E7,250+ E59/10gr
11,5 and over E10,250 + E65/10 gr
Up to 270 gr: E200+ E4.5/gr
350gr E550+ E11/gr
400gr E1,100+ E 13.5/gr
450gr E1,750+ E29/gr
500gr E3,150+ E33/gr
E1,250 per hunter. Included one any size boar
The prices are based on CIC measurement system and length & weight of the trophy
Chamois - 3 day hunt: - September 1 - December 15
Red Deer - 3 day hunt - Sept 1 - December 15
Roe Deer - 4 day hunt - May 15 - September 31
Boar - 1 day hunt - All year open best time November to January
Visa invitation, gun import permit, hunting organization up to mentioned days and one trophy fee of mentioned species and sizes, area fees, customs clearance, transfer from/to closest airport of main destination, full board accommodation at hunting area, interpreter and local guide.
Visa costs, international & domestic air fares, hotels accommodations before and/or after the hunts, hotel extras, trip insurance, medical evacuation memberships, third parties liability, tips, extra trophies, sightseeing tours, booking handling and formalities E300, hunt supplement, 22% other European countries VAT, taxidermy E250 per trophy handling, vet. Certificate and export permits E250 per trophy, trophy shipment, hunting licenses E250 per area.
Important notice: Wounded game counts as bagged by estimation of the professional hunter and will be charged accordingly
Physical Requirement Level
Level 3 - These hunts are a true wilderness experience and are usually conducted on horseback, while hunting species such as elk, moose, bear; also, some mountain lion and African Cape buffalo. Difficult to extreme hiking and backpacking can be involved.