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Mixed Hunting Programs


Due to its extremely large habitat, low infrastructure level, massive woodlands and low urbanisation level Romania is offering excellent mixed bag hunting programs with a very high success rate. Usually the hunts are organized in one or maximum 2 hunting areas in accordance with the priority species. Below are subscribed the most common mixed hunting programs. Allocating more days, for traveling from an area to another, makes the trip endless in possibilities.

Recommended programs

1. Red Stag , Chamois, Wild Boar, Bear and Wolf (if available)

This big game program is the most fascinating and challenging hunting program of Romania. It is done whiting the same mountainous hunting area with 100% success rate in good weather conditions, good hunters’ performance and enough hunting days allocated for such a program (except wolf). For medal trophies, there must be allocated at least 9 hunting days. The period of hunting can vary in accordance with the priority species. Fallow deer can also be hunted, but there will be 1 more day of travel in order to change the hunting area.

Number of hunting areas: 1
Minimum hunting days: 7
Maximum number of hunters: 4
Recommended period: September 20th – November 20th.

2. Red Stag, Wild Boar, Bear and Wolf (if available)

This is the most common big game hunting program of Romania. Due the habitats, well represented by big game species this program is 100% successful within the same area (except wolf). For medal trophies, there must be allocated at least 7 hunting days.

Number of hunting areas: 1
Minimum hunting days: 5
Maximum number of hunters: 4
Recommended period: September 20th – October 10th (rut for red stag).

3. Quail, Red Stag, Roe Buck, Wild Boar and Bear (if available, in accordance with priority species)

This program can be successful organized in totally plain areas or low hilly areas with many agriculture fields and small-medium forest, within the same hunting area or maximum 1 hour travel from 1 area to the other, accordingly with the priority species. In good weather conditions, good hunters’ performance and enough hunting days allocated, the program has 100% success rate.

Number of hunting areas: 1 or 2
Minimum hunting days: 7
Maximum number of hunters: 3
Recommended period: September 1st – October 15th.

4. Roe Buck and Wild Boar

This program usually is 100 % guaranteed, regardless of weather conditions. It is a very common mixed hunt program which can be successful done within the same hunting area during the same outing. Medal trophies for both species require at least 5 hunting day, especially for wild boar trophy.

Number of hunting areas: 1
Minimum hunting days: 3
Maximum number of hunters: 4
Recommended periods: May 10th – June 10th / July 25th – August 10th / September 1st – October 14th.

5. Fallow Stag, fallow doe, Wild Boar, Red Stag, Hare and Pheasants

Regardless of weather conditions this program is 100% successful, the hunt taking place in 2 or 3 different hunting areas. Due to the huge density of fallow deer for normal trophy size usually the hunt is successful within the 1st day also cull hunting can be well organized at the same time for fallow doe and they can be shot in big numbers. Hunting for wild boars is also successful within the 1st day for normal size boars into the neighbouring area. Medal trophies require a minimum 7 hunting days program. The areas are well represented by Red Deer too, so there is possibility in mixing the hunt if there will be availability. Those areas are well known for their big density of hares and pheasants, where shooting can be organized in accordance with the hunting season.

Number of hunting areas: 2 or 3
Minimum hunting days: 5
Maximum number of hunters: 3
Recommended period: 20th of October – 15th of November (rut for fallow deer).

6. Quail, African Doves, Wild boar and Red Stag (starting with 1st of Sept)

This program takes place in totally flat terrain with large agriculture fields, along the Danube River. Early in the morning hunting for quail takes place, then evening is allocated for African Doves. In accordance with the priority species, hunting wild boar and red stag is very successful within the same hunting area during a program of 4-5 hunting days.

Number of hunting areas: 1 or 2
Minimum hunting days: 4
Maximum number of hunters: 4
Recommended period: 20th of August – 1st of October.

7. Wild Boar Driven Hunt, Hare, Pheasant and Fox shooting

Wild boar driven hunts are usually organized near the areas that are represented by a large density of small game too. The wild boar driven hunts can be well combined during different days with hare, pheasant or fox shooting. For a successful program, it must be allocated 1 hunting day for each species.

Number of hunting areas: 2 or 3
Minimum hunting days: 4
Maximum number of hunters: 10
Recommended period: November 1st – 15th of January.

8. Geese and Duck Shooting

This 2 kind of hunts can be well combined within the same area, but it can also take place in 2 different hunting areas. The hunt is usually done using boats, ground pits, blinds and many decoys. The most successful geese hunt takes place on agriculture fields using many decoys, while ducks shooting is most successful by the lakes, water hols and frozen rivers.

Number of hunting areas: 1 or 2
Minimum hunting days: 4
Maximum number of hunters: 4
Recommended period: 15th of November – 15th of January.

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Quail hunt snapshot on hilly area (2017)
Rodnei Mountains landscape
Red stag during driven hunt (2015)
Carpathian Mountains (2015)
Brown bear on stalking (2014)
Landform diversity (2013)
Danube Delta (2016)
Horseback hunting - Carpathian Mountains (2016)