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Technical process of hunting
Trophy judge

Fill in the application form on the website or get in contact with our office by e-mail

(info@sorte-jagd.de)

or by phone:

+49 176 56847235, + 36 70 6719268

 

We will compile and send you the most suitable offer according to your needs, without any obligations, including a detailed program from arrival to departure. If you like our offer, send our office the details of the participants in the hunt (name, passport number or identity card number, gun license or hunting license, EU gun transport). It is necessary to send an invitation letter for the import of weapons, and for this we need to know the type and caliber of the weapon(s) and the quantity of ammunition to be imported.

2. Contract

Once we have agreed on all the details of the days to be spent here, we will prepare the hunting contract, which you must sign and return to our office, from which time your booking is valid. Based on the contract, we will send you an invitation letter for the import of weapons, detailed directions on how to get here, and then we will book the most suitable accommodation for you near the area. We provide a shuttle service for our guests arriving by plane. Also, an interpreter is available on request. To the best of our ability, we are personally present on the hunts.

3. The invoice

At the end of the hunt, the shooting list is filled out in consultation with the professional hunter, which will be the start of the invoice. This includes a list of the wild animals killed and the services used, on the basis of which our company will prepare the hunt’s invoice. The invoice will be issued in euros or forints, and payment will be made in cash or by bank transfer.

In the case of red deer and fallow deer bull, the antler weight on which the settlement is based, is the 24-hour skull weight after cooking! In the case of roe deer, the antler weight on which the settlement is based, is the small skull weight 24 hours after cooking! In the case of mouflons, the average value of the two horn lengths. In the case of wild boar, the average length of the two big tusks. All trophies are measured by an official trophy judge.

Trophy judge

  • In Hungary, the antlers of the red deer, the fallow deer and the roe deer, the horns of the mouflon and the tusks (average length of at least 16 cm) of the wild boar must be presented at the mandatory trophy judge within 30 days of the kill.

  • For trophies that reach the following international points limit (IP), the hunting authority is required to present the trophy to the Ministry for review for national value:

Red deer                          240 IP

 

Fallow deer                     200 IP

Roe Deer                          170 IP

Mouflon                           220 IP

Wild boar                         130 IP

The hunter will receive a copy of the trophy declared as national value.

After a successful hunt we take care of finishing and judging the trophies.

 

Trophy transport

  • Within the EU, the original invoice and the trophy judging ticket, issued by the hunting organization or by the person entitled to hunt is required.

  • Outside the EU, the original invoice, trophy certificate, customs declaration and the official veterinary certificate issued by the hunting office or by the person entitled to hunt are required.

Hunting seasons
                    Big game species

Red deer

Mature trophy stag: 01. September – 31. October


Cull stag: 01. September – 31. January


Hind, jinnock: 01. September – 31. January


Calf: 01. September – last day of February

Fallow deer

Mature trophy fallow buck: 01. October – 30. November


Cull buck: 01. October – last day of February


Fallow doe, pricket’s sister: 01. October – 31. January


Fawn: 01. October – last day of February

Roe deer

Roe buck: 15. April – 30. September


Roe doe: 01. October – last day of February


Kid: 01. October – last day of February

Mouflon

Mouflon ram: 01. September – last day of February


Ewe: 01. September – 31. January


Lamb: 01. September – last day of February

Wild boar

Tusker, young pig, piglet:  All year around
Sow: All year around

Small game species

Pheasant: 01. October - last day of February


Partridge: 01. October – 31. December


Collared dove: 15. August – 31. January


Mallard: 15. August – 31. January


Coot: 01. September – 31. January


Semi wild duck (driven mallard): All year around


Bean goose, greater white-fronted goose, Canada

goose, Egyptian goose: 01. October – 31. January


Greylag goose: 01. October – 31. December


Wood pigeon: 15. August – 31. January


Hooded crow, magpie: 01. July – last day of February


Jay: 01. July – last day of February


Brown hare: 01. October – 31. December


Rabbit: All year around


Fox, golden jackal, beech marten, muskrat, racoon dog, racoon: All year around


Ferret: 01. July -last day of Februray


Budger: 01. July -last day of Februray