HUNTING SEASON IN CZECH
Sika deer dybowsky hunting season goes from August, 16th to December, 31st. The best time for Sika Deer Dybowsky hunt is from October 15 to November 15, during the rut season. Our expert hunters consider also December a good period for sika deer dybowsky hunt (once the rut season is over, stags move to the hunting grounds), while they advise against hunt soon after the end of rut season (stags are hidden in the forests).
SIKA DEER DYBOWSKY POPULATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND OUR HUNTING GROUND
Sika Deer Dybowsky was introduced in Czech lands from Russia at the end of 1800 in the fenced game reserve of Kluk, in central Bohemia. When fenced game reserve of Kluk tumbled down, they moved to open forests. Today sika deers dybowsky live in some areas of central Bohemia, Vysočina and South Moravia and on Krušné mountains along the northern boundary with Germany.
TYPES OF SIKA DEER DYBOWSKY HUNT AND THE HIGHEST CIC POINTS TROPHIES
The most common types of sika deer dybowsky hunt, during rut period, are still hunting and deer-stalking. Out of the rut period, stalking prevails. Professional hunting guides with an excellent knowledge about hunting areas, accompany our hunting guests. 7 out of the 10 highest CIC points sika deer dybowsky trophies come from the Czech republic and range from 375 to 430,45. In 2009, a very strong sika red deer dybowsky (413 CIC Points) was shot in Vysočina. We can offer our customers a great hunt of this less known deer, however we heartily recommend booking in advance because only a limited number of sika deer dybowsky is shot each year. Sika Deer Dybowsky hunt has a low rate of success, because this kind of deer is very secretive, elusive, quiet and very aware of its surroundings and it is known for being tough to take down with a rifle as well.
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