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33 hunting trips from 11 outfitters starting from $310

33 hunts
$310 starting from
9 countries
3039km to the nearest trip

Where to hunt Fox

Numerous species of small canines go by the name of fox, but when most people say fox, they mean red fox. Originally a denizen of broad-leaved and boreal forests of Europe, Asia and North America, red fox adapts well to human-made agricultural landscapes. This allowed the American red fox to expand its range from the original limited area in the Northwest to almost every state. Fox is a traditional hunting quarry for many European nations, including England, Poland, Sweden, Russia. Hunting offers for fox exist in Argentina, too, but the quarry there is one of the two local species, completely different from red fox.

Price distribution

Fox is commonly included as an extra in package deal for hunting other species. It is these, more expensive, species, that determine the cost of such package trips. Dedicated fox hunting trips, and predator hunts that include fox in a package of other predators or pests (like coyote or rabbits) are quite affordable, and may cost as little as $150.

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When to hunt Fox?

Where fox are considered pests, they can be hunted a year round. If you want to preserve the beautiful fur of the predator as a memory of the hunt, however, you should time your hunt to one of the winter months. With limited feeding opportunities typical for the cold months, and the rut that starts in February, fox is easier to hunt in winter, too.

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Hunting methods All hunting methods (11)

Perhaps the most famous way of fox hunting is, well, fox-hunting, the way they do it in England and a few other countries, by chasing the fox on horseback with a pack of hounds. If you don’t care for riding in a red overcoat, you don’t have to – in other countries when people run hounds, they shoot foxes with shoguns. Calling is also a very popular way of predator hunting – foxes respond readily to mouse or rabbit in distress sounds. A lot of foxes are also killed opportunistically, while waiting for other big or small game. Some Russian outfitters may offer fox hunting with fladry, circling them with a line of red flags, like they do with wolves.

Why hunt Fox? All hunts (33)

Nice red fur was once highly valued and drove a lot of people to try and hunt a fox. Retaliation was another. A fox is proverbially great at stealing chicken and other smaller domestic animals, and for a gamekeeper who has to maintain a high density of gamebirds a fox is the archenemy. On a more somber note, foxes are great carriers of rabies and other nasty disease. With additional supply of food provided by humans, they multiply way beyond the natural densities, and need to be controlled. However, killing a fox is much easier said than done. The wily critter didn’t become the trickster of the European folklore for nothing – it is quite a match for any hunter, and that makes for a challenging and exciting hunt.

Rabbit & Foxes Lamping Hunt

Rabbit & Foxes Lamping Hunt United Kingdom

This rabbit and fox hunt is done at night on foot or by vehicle using a lamp. The term for this hunt, in the UK, is called ’LAMPING’. All clients are required to ‘zero’ the rifle before the hunt.

Trip duration: 1 - 5 days

Hunting season: 10 February 2020 28 February 2020

$310 for 1 hunter
Predator Hunt Day/Night

Predator Hunt Day/Night United States

Arizona's Rim Country, including the high and low desert areas holds the most diverse predator habitat in the world. Our variety of predators ranging from coyotes, gray foxes, to bobcats, and majestic mountain lions as well. Predator hunting during the prime time season or during the off-season or in between the hunts. Experience a true predator pursuit like none other. Guiding the veteran predator hunter or instructing the beginner hunter is our passion. It is also a proven wildlife management for controlling the predator population in our prime hunting areas. We offer guided hunts involving an electronic caller and utilizing custom made hand calls. Coyotes and foxes mostly fall victim to the call, but occasionally, a bobcat will stalk-in to check out the situation. Be prepared for some point blank extreme excitement and fast shooting when any of these critters come charging or creeping into the stand. On our Arizona guided predator trips, we recommend our clients to book more than one day to pile up your Fur-Slam on your trip. A typical day of predator hunting takes place around northern & southern Arizona, and or on private ranches with in the state in the higher & low desert areas from sunset to sunrise in the heart of Arizona. Bolt rifles & AR platform rifles are preferred for our trips since we hunt in the open country and these critters tend to be wary. Shot guns with #4 buck shot will do the job when we hunt the thick country. Ranges could be anywhere from point blank using a shot gun and out to 300 yards taken on centerfire shots, but the average shots taken is under 100 yards. Centerfire cartridges such as .204, .223, .22-250, .243, or the 6.5 will get it done. ($350) Per Hunter/Per Day Resident Hunting License ($37) Non-Resident Short-Term Combo License ($20) Per Day or ($160) Per Year AZGF Hunting License May Be Purchased Online at www.azgfd.gov website. Trip available on Sept 1st 2019- May 31st 2020

Trip duration: 1 day

Hunting season: 1 September 2019 31 May 2020

$350 for 1 hunter
Wolverine (Siberia, lake Baikal)

Wolverine (Siberia, lake Baikal) Russia

Difficult, interesting hunt for one of the dangerous and clever predator of Siberian taiga

Trip duration: 6 - 8 days

Hunting season: 1 September 2019 28 February 2020

$1,497 for 1 hunter
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