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Rancho Hunting


Hunting animals

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WoodcockWoodcock

The Woodcock hunting is invariably conducted as walk up over dogs, both
setters and pointers, which are well-trained and suited to this quarry.
Woodcock hunting is usually conducted by a single hunter or with a maximum of two hunters if requested. The population of woodcock is sufficiently large to enable very successful hunting trips, and the natural environment on both of our territories is ideal for the species.

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Capercaillie

Capercaillie

Cock capercaillie hunting is conducted by stalking the quarry on foot. Your local guide will accompany you before first light to the display grounds, where the capercaillie cocks gathering during the rut to establish their territories and attract their mates.

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Black grouse

Black Grouse

The Black Grouse cock hunting is undertaken by waiting for the first light of dawn in a small prepared hide adjacent to well established mating territories. These are normally located on the edge of open plains where the birds gather for their mating displays.

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Hare

Hare

The hares are normally hunted in the autumn by walking up with dogs, the hares can generally be found in the forest or on the edge of the woodland. Populations within our territories are not significant, but it is common to meet them during the hunting of woodcock.


 

 



Hazel grouse

Hazel Grouse

The Hazel Grouse is again walked up over dogs, usually in the same season as woodcock. The population of Hazel Grouse is quite significant in the hunting territories but it is often very difficult for the dogs to wind this bird and therefore is very challenging to hunt.

 

 


Ptarmigan

Ptarmigan

Ptarmigan are walked up over dogs in the valleys or on the hill sides.
They usually gather in coveys and their flight resembles that of
partridges.

 

 

 

 


Snipe

Snipe

On our territories we have numerous marshes, where it is possible to
provide snipe hunting over dogs. The quantity of resident snipe will
tend to vary depending on the temperature and obviously season.

 

 


Brown Bear

Brown Bear

The ideal season for bear hunting is from the 20th of August to 30th of September. At this time bears are most active. We hunt the bears over active feeding stands, established in small clearings in the depth of forest. The best time for hunting is in the evening between 5 and 10 pm when the bear leaves the forest for feeding and playing in the oat.

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Elk

Elk

We can offer Elk hunting during the winter up until the middle of January. Hunting elk is conducted by stalking, from high seats, or by tracking.

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Wolf

Wolf

It is possible to hunt the wolf using different methods, it is normally best by tracking or driving into a trap (wolf pit), in the night or at daybreak.


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Wild Boar

Wild Boar

The hunting of wild boar is either from high seats in the evening or early in the morning, or by stalking in the evening. There are only a limited number of wild boar on our territories, but those available are normally extremely large and often in excess of 150Kg

 

 

 


Roe Deer

Roe Dear

In the Luga area you can often come across Roe Deer, but we are currently not hunting this species in order to establish higher population levels.

 

 

 

 


Lynx

Lynx

Hunting the Lynx is conducted by stalking and tracking during the winter in the snow. Often very hard and complex hunting with no guarantees of success.

 

 

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