Fallow Deer Hunting In Bulgaria

Come and join us on this fallow deer hunting in some of the best hunting districts in Bulgaria. The fallow deer population is stable and some really handsome bucks are shot every year.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • There is a very good chance of shooting a good fallow buck of 3 kg or heavier

  • Stable fallow deer population and excellent game management

  • Professional guides who know their stuff

  • Lovely accommodation and peaceful surroundings

ARRANGEMENT COSTS

5 travel days ~ 4 full-board accommodation days ~ 3 hunting days

1 hunter 2 hunters & more Non-hunters
Price per hunter € 1590 € 1250 € 550
Additional hunting day € 315 € 315 € 110

7 travel days ~ 6 full-board accommodation days ~ 5 hunting days

1 hunter 2 hunters & more Non-hunters
Price per hunter € 1990 € 1690 € 770
Additional hunting day € 315 € 315 € 110

GENERAL PRICELIST

Cull bucks EUR   100 Hunting season:

  • Males (Bucks): September 1 – January 31
  • Females (Does): October 1 – December 31

Trophy weight includes weight of antlers with skull, nasal and occipital bone and upper jaw.

For trophies over 200 CIC there is an additional 10 % surcharge.

Wounded deer = payable 50% of the weight of the trophy booked by the hunter.

Shot or wounded doe – EUR 50
Shot or wounded fawn – EUR 50

To       2,000 kg EUR   400
From   2,000 kg EUR   400 + EUR 2 for each 10 g
From   2,500 kg EUR   500 + EUR 4 for each 10 g
From   3,000 kg EUR   700 + EUR 16 for each 10 g
From   3,500 kg EUR 1.500 + EUR 20 for each 10 g
From   4,000 kg EUR 2.500 + EUR 30 for each 10 g

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IMPORTANT NOTES

1. Fallow deer trophies are measured 24h after boiling and cleaning. The price of fallow deer trophy is calculated based on the weight of the antlers with skull, nasal and occipital bone and upper jaw. No discounts are applied.

2. In case the 24h period cannot be respected, 5% humidity is deducted from the weight of the trophy.

3. Deviation +/- 15% from the requested weight of trophy is payable. If bagged trophies falls outside that range because of a guide’s fault, you will typically not be charged and can continue to hunt for the desired trophy.

4. National record trophies stay in the country. The hunter pays 30% of the trophy price and receives a copy of the trophy no later than three months after the hunt.

5. Learn more about fallow deer.