Roebuck hunting in Germany

Is there anything Germany doesn’t have? Good food and a comfortable bed are both reasonably priced, from East to West. Then there is the beautiful nature, a friendly atmosphere and a lot of game that even impresses famous hunting countries like Poland and Hungary.

Best of all, you don’t even need to fly. By car, you can be in your German high seat looking out for a buck or a boar within a few hours. And what could be better than a weekend of hunting with friends and enjoying all the beauty that Germany has to offer?

Is there anything Germany doesn’t have? Good food and a comfortable bed are both reasonably priced, from East to West. Then there is the beautiful nature, a friendly atmosphere and a lot of game that even impresses famous hunting countries like Poland and Hungary.

Best of all, you don’t even need to fly. By car, you can be in your German high seat looking out for a buck or a boar within a few hours. And what could be better than a weekend of hunting with friends and enjoying all the beauty that Germany has to offer?

Hunting ground

Our German hunting area is located in the lovely Rheinland-Pfalz. The famous Riesling grape grows on the sloping flanks of the Nahe wine region, where one mountain follows the next valley. Where wind turbines blight the view elsewhere, here the landscape is fortunately spared large, rotating windmill blades.

Spruce and pine trees are not to be found in this area, rather oak forests with thick undergrowth instead. Roe deer find the three most important factors to flourish there: food, cover and tranquility.

Hunting season

What could be nicer than driving to Germany with friends and spending a few days of quality time in the woods? Or even experiencing a nice weekend and meeting new acquaintances in the meantime?

After a few hours on the high seat, everyone is curious about each other’s stories over breakfast or in the evening while enjoying a drink.

The saying that hunting connects always becomes clear very quickly in such situations. Very often, this results in new friendships and future hunting trips undertaken together. Up to four hunters can participate in this hunt at the same time.

You have the opportunity to go hunting for roebuck during the two best times of the year: in May and during the rut. Wild boar also feel at home in the largely wooded hunting ground. Whenever the opportunity arises, yearling boars can also be hunted.

Travel details

From Utrecht or Antwerp, it takes about four hours to reach the guesthouse or hotel. When you arrive on Friday in the afternoon, you can already go hunting the first evening. The hunting grounds are only five minutes away from your accommodation.

Both in the morning and in the evening, you will be taken to the high seat.The fourth and last seating position is on Sunday morning, after which you can prepare for the journey home. It is also possible to buy the meat of your bagged game for a reasonable price.

In between the hunting outings, there is plenty to discover in the area. For example, the nearby Bad Sobernheim is a big health resort with various modern wellness facilities.Furthermore, you will be staying in the region of the famous Riesling grape, with various wineries and tastings nearby.

Sporty hunters will also find something to their liking here, with marked hiking trails, cycle routes and an entertaining mini-golf course. Whoever comes here will certainly not be bored.

Included
  • Organisation
  • Four outings
  • All transport in the hunting area
  • Preparation of the venison
Not included
  • Trophy fee
  • Accommodation
  • Venison
  • Possible use of tracking dog
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