Fallow buck hunt in world famous Gúth
The now world-famous hunting area of Gúth has been managed by the forestry company since 1957, and achieved its fame when the European fallow deer was introduced in 1972.
The trophies of the European fallow deer bucks killed here hold top three places in the world rankings. This is the only hunting area in the world that has already won the Edmond Blanc Award of the C.I.C. (International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation) twice. This is also due to the two world records, but most of all, the work done here, the coordination of game management, environmental protection and nature conservation were awarded with it. The area has been a treasure to be preserved for the world since 1997; it has a special purpose for the gene conservation of the fallow deer stock. Two first-class hunting lodges and one second-class guesthouse satisfy all the needs of the hunting guests in this area.
|Trophy weight (kg)||EUR||+ EUR / 10 g|
|up to 1,19 kg||300||-|
|1,20 - 2,00 kg||500||-|
|2,00 - 3,00 kg||700||+ 2,0 over 2,00 kg|
|3,00 - 3,50 kg||900||+ 12,0 over 3,00 kg|
|3,50 - 4,00 kg||1.500||+ 26,0 over 3,50 kg|
|4,00 - 4,50 kg||2.800||+ 50,0 over 4,00 kg|
|4,50 - 5,00 kg||5.300||+ 95,0 over 4,50 kg|
|5,00 - 5,50 kg||10.050||+ 110,0 over 5,00 kg|
|5,50 kg -||15.550||+ 130,0 over 5,50 kg|
Wounding: 50% of the shooting price based on the estimated weight of the trophy.
Female fallow deer : 160 EUR
Wounding: 80 EUR
- Hungarian hunting licence: 100 EUR
- Jeep: 1,5 EUR / km
- Accommodation, boarding: 100 EUR / day / hunter in hunters lodge (I. class) with halfboard
- Supplement of single room: 15 EUR / night / person
- Horse cart: 15 EUR / hour