Roe Deer hunting

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173 hunts
$162 starting from
20 countries
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Where to hunt Roe Deer

Roe deer is a small and graceful deer that inhabits the moderate climate belt of Eurasia from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts. Three main subspecies are recognized among hunters. The European roe deer is to be found in European countries from Great Britain and Ireland to Poland and Russia west of the Urals. Asia is home of the slightly bigger Siberian roe deer. Siberian roe deer can be hunted in Kazakhstan, Russia east of the Urals, and other Asian countries, except the Pacific coast south to the Amur, which is the domain of the third subspecies, the Chinese roe deer.

Price distribution

Roe deer hunting starts from about $200 for cull and management hunts in Europe. When you include the trophy fees, a trophy European hunt may total $1,500-$2,000. Roe deer hunts in remote wilderness of Asia start at about $2,000 and may go up to $5,000 depending on accommodation, difficulty of access, and potential trophies.

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There are many kinds of deer all over the world. In North America alone there are so many different species that can be identified as “deer” that even experienced hunters may not find the question “how many kinds of deer are there” too easy to answer. How about you? Read our blog story and check yourself!

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When to hunt Roe Deer?

Roe deer hunting begins with the early summer stalking season in late May or early June, as the bucks’ antlers are out of velvet. The next good time for roe deer hunting is during the rut, which may take place between mid-July and mid-September, depending on the area. European roe deer begin and end the rut earlier than Siberian roe. By October trophy hunts for roe deer are mostly over, because the bucks begin to drop their antlers, but any-sex driven hunts continue until December, and herd management and cull hunts may be still carried out in January.


Hunting methods All hunting methods (12)

In the early season most people hunt roe deer either by stalking, or by waiting on ground or elevated blinds near the places where the animals feed. Alternatively, a hunter (and a guide or gamekeeper) may go still hunting along the forest edge, now stopping in a likely place and wait for the buck to come out of the thicket, then stalking the animals they spot across the field or meadow. Calling is a very effective way of roe deer hunting. Buck alarm calls are used early in the season, when the bucks are fighting over territory. Doe calls are very effective during the rut, especially late in the season, when most does are already out of heat, but the bucks are still active. Calf in distress call is used to attract a doe, either for management hunts, or in hope that the buck that is with the doe will follow her. Driven hunts, with or without dogs, are practiced late in the season, and management and cull hunts are mostly spot-and-stalk.

Why hunt Roe Deer? All hunts (173)

The little roe deer may not be the first animal that you think about when you think about hunting in Europe. But visit any German hunting lodge or tavern, and you’ll see rows and rows of the little antlers, mounted shield style. The antlers are often difficult to measure by length and number of points, and many European trophy clubs use weight- or displacement-based scoring systems. But it’s not only about antlers. From the vineyards of France to the frozen forest-steppes of Kazakhstan, roe deer is the staple food for local hunters, and a delicacy at that. Last but not the least, roe deer provides an affordable opportunity to experience the ultimate European hunt, exploring much the same traditions, techniques and environments as for the bigger deer hunting, but without spending a small fortune.

Roe Deer Hunt

Roe Deer Hunt Belarus

Take a roe deer trophy hunt at a comfortable hunting farm on the coast of big beautiful lake Obsterno in Belarus! Add to your trophy package a wolf, fox, hare, and other local species. This is a night hunt except for autumn driven hunts.

Trip duration: 5 - 14 days

Hunting season: 15 May 2020 31 Dec 2020

$767 for 1 hunter
European roe buck 1x1

European roe buck 1x1 Ukraine

Hunting for European Roe bucks in Ukraine.

Trip duration: 3 - 7 days

Hunting season: 1 May 2020 29 Dec 2020

$1,258 for 1 hunter
3 Days Roe Deer Hunt for 2 Hunters

3 Days Roe Deer Hunt for 2 Hunters Romania

This hunt includes 2 regardless trophies roe deers and is for 2 hunters minimum. The roebuck can be met on the entire territory of the country, from the mountain forests from the Carpathians to the interior rivers watersides and the Danube waterside. The hunting typically carried out by foot, slowly approaching against the wind being as silent as possible to avoid alerting the Roe buck. It is also possible to take a position in a high seat and wait for the Roe to approach. The trophy consists of the horns with the skull or a part of it. All animals are totally wild. We offer you 3 full hunting days and 4 nights. Supplement for extra day 200 euro/hunter; Non-hunting tourist/night 150 Euro You can add to this trip 2 or 3 days of fishing. 3 days fishing in the Danube: 1450 Euro/ person fora group of 2 and 950 Euro/person for a group of 4 The price includes: • Assistance at the airport on arrival and departure • All transfers in Romania - Round trip !!! • Complete board, starting with dinner on the arrival day and ending with breakfast on the departure day • Daily transport by boat in the Danube Delta • 24 hour Interpreter during your whole stay • Alcoholic drinks, traditional strong drinks and wine on the house. The price excludes: - Transport to /from Romania - Tips - Other personnel expenses

Trip duration: 3 days

Hunting season: 1 May 2020 15 Oct 2020

$1,728 for 1 hunter
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