Wild boar hunting

Roe deer hunting

Red deer hunting

Driven pheasants

Mouflon hunting

Fallow deer hunting

Small game hunting





Hunting in Hungary
Fallow deer hunting in Hungary

Fallow deer hunting in Hungary. Fallow buck hunting in Hungary. Fallow deer shooting in Hungary.

Hungary has one of the strongest fallow deer populations in the world. This is confirmed by the fact that the latest two world record trophies were bagged in east Hungary, at Gúth, a place near the town of Debrecen (1991: 6.40 kg, 233,11 CIC; 2002: 5.43 kg, 237,63 CIC).

Red deer hunting in Hungary

Red deer hunting in Hungary. Red deer stag hunting in Hungary. Red deer stag shooting in Hungary.

The largest part of the Hungarian red deer population - renowned across the world - is thriving in the southern and western regions of Transdanubia. Hunting for red deer stags is still as prestigious and highly desirable an activity among hunters world-wide, owing to the best possible habitats for this particular big game species in Hungary as well as expert game management practices pursued in this country, in addition to the excellent genetic basis.

Roe deer hunting in Hungary

Roe deer hunting in Hungary. Roe buck hunting in Hungary. Roe buck shooting in Hungary.

The Hungarian roe deer population - which is recognised by hunters all over the world - is a result of the excellent conditions and resources of its habitat in Hungary, combined with decades of careful game management.

Our hunting grounds are located in three regions of Hungary, each of them with different local features and conditions.


Driven pheasant shooting in Hungary

Pheasant driving in Hungary. Wingshooting in Hungary. Driven pheasant shooting in Hungary.

Driven hunts for large bags of pheasants on the hunting territories of ANAS crecca Ltd.

These hunts are organised some 40-80 km east - north-east of Budapest, in the region of Gödöllő and Hatvan. Since our hunting areas are located at short distances from one another, we can organise 2-3 day hunting programmes without the party having to re-visit a single location.
All of our areas are to be found in hilly areas, besides agricultural territories we have a significant proportion of forests, bushy areas and reeds.
Thanks to the above natural environmental features and our many years' of experience we offer a very sporty sort of hunting - for high flying pheasants - for our shooting parties.

Small game hunting in Hungary

Small game shooting in Hungary. Small game hunting. Walking up hunt in Hungary. Mallard shooting in Hungary. Hare shooting in Hungary. Pheasant shooting in Hungary. Wingshooting in Hungary.

Owing to the increasingly tight regulations on hunting and nature conservation we are offering primarily hunting for semi-wild ducks, for our guests with a taste for hunting waterfowl, which may then be combined with hunting for other small game (pheasants, hares) and big game (in august: roe deer, in September: red deer, in October: fallow deer).

Mouflon hunting in Hungary

Mouflon hunting in Hungary. Mouflon shooting in Hungary.

Mouflon, which is not an indigenous species in Hungary, may be hunted primarily in Hungary's hilly regions, though this species has also been introduced to the North Great Plain and to flat regions in the South-Transdanubia region of Hungary.

We organise hunting for our customers in state owned areas near Budapest and in private hunting grounds in the North Great Plain.


Wild boar hunting in Hungary

Wild boar hunting in Hungary. Wild boar driven hunting in Hungary. Big drive boar hunt in Hungary. Wild boar individual hunting in Hungary. Individual wild boar hunting.

Individual hunters may hunt wild boar round the year, in most cases from a high seat. We organise wild boar hunting for our guests in state owned territories near Budapest and in the best preserves in the eastern regions of Hungary. On request, wild boar hunting may be combined with hunting of other large game animals (red deer, roe deer, fallow deer and mouflon).
Almost all the tuskers bagged by hunters in Hungary qualify for medals, most of them are over 20 cm in length, with larger ones - 22-24 cm tusks - also taken frequently.