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53 hunting trips from 10 outfitters starting from $175

53 hunts
$175 starting from
9 countries
864km to the nearest trip

Where to hunt Hare

Different varieties of this rodent can be found almost all over the world. They tend to be more tolerant to low temperatures than rabbits, and their large ears work great for thermal regulation in the hottest climates. Where hares never existed, like in New Zealand, they were introduced by humans, but wherever you find them, you will find them an object of an interesting small game hunt.

Price distribution

Hares are often included in a package along with other animals, like Rusa deer in Madagascar, hogs in New Zealand, and roe deer in Russia, to name just a few. In such a case the more expensive animals determine the price. True and affordable small game hunting opportunities start at about $200-$300 a hunter a day, while packages may go way beyond this.

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When to hunt Hare?

Exotic locations, such as Mauritius, New Zealand and South Africa, offer hare hunting all year round. In the native range the hare season usually starts at September or October, and may run until January or February. The best time for hunting is in most cases on the break of autumn and winter, when the hares are in prime condition (in winter coat and with a lot of fat stored for winter), while bare woods and/or light snow make finding them easier.

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Hunting methods All hunting methods (11)

Humans have invented many ways to hunt this tasty and quickly multiplying animal. Before firearms were invented, hares were taken by coursing with sight hounds, sometimes accompanied by scent hounds to drive the animals into the open. You can even find such hunts on BookYourHunt.com. Today hares are mostly hunted with a shotgun or small bore rifle. The hunt can be over scent hounds, by tracking through the snow, stalking, driving, or simply walking them up without dogs.

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Why hunt Hare? All hunts (53)

A hare may have up to four litters a year, and large numbers of them can be very irritating to farmers. Add to this a couple of pounds of good eating, and a light if not very durable fur, and you can easily see why farmers and landowners of all lands pursued hares with zeal. Hares are what many a young hunter in the old days honed their skills on before graduating to big game; tracking through the snow in particular is invaluable as a tool for learning the art of finding animals by their spoor. Few people would travel long distance solely for the sake of a hare hunt, but if you find yourself in an area where they abound, don’t deny yourself the pleasure of diversifying your hunting experience and bagging a few hares of the local variety.

Inkulu Trophy Hunt 2x1

Inkulu Trophy Hunt 2x1 South Africa

We are your ticket to adventure through scenery that will take your breath away and thousands of hectares of superb hunting ground just waiting to be explored. If you are looking for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt one of 50 game species on a private reserve of 20 000 hectares, you have come to the right place.

Trip duration: 3 - 14 days

Trip available on: 1 March 2019 31 December 2019

$2,563 for 2 hunters
Wild boar (Siberia, lake Baikal)

Wild boar (Siberia, lake Baikal) Russia

Hunting is carried out in the Republic of Buryatia, Kabansky district, close to lake Baikal. Distance from Ulan-Ude to the hunting area 150 km tour lasts 3-7 days. Accommodation in the hunting area with minimal amenities in a log cabin. Hunting with experienced hunters – huntsmen.

Trip duration: 5 - 8 days

Trip available on: 1 November 2019 31 January 2020

$1,434 for 1 hunter
Brown bear bait (Siberia, lake Baikal)

Brown bear bait (Siberia, lake Baikal) Russia

Classical spring bear bait hunt from the high seat. We accept groups of 2-3 hunters in one trip.

Trip duration: 5 - 7 days

Trip available on: 25 April 2019 31 May 2019

$1,262 for 1 hunter
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Aleksei Agafonov Austria +43 (660) 380 28 95
James C. Reed USA +1 (208) 520 1600