Hunt pheasant, grey and red partridge and duck in the Sologne of ponds.
Located less than two hours from Paris, between Orléans and Vierzon, this open territory of over 200 hectares is mainly dedicated to small game hunting. It is made up of coppices, copses, wasteland and hedges, within which numerous plots of maize, sorghum and game crops provide an ideal environment for small game hunting. Three ponds with a total area of 44 ha complete this magnificent biotope, which makes it a very popular area for woodcock, teal and snipe during the migration periods. Experienced rabators will accompany you throughout the day and allow you to shoot birds that defy the most demanding guns.
At your arrival at 8:30 am, a Solognot breakfast will be served to you near the fire, then after the administrative formalities and the instructions of safety, you will leave for a lifting of pond then for two or three run. Around 12.30 pm you will return to the hunting area to get your strength back and discover another part of the territory in the afternoon. At the end of the day the presentation of the result of the day and the distribution of the venison, will be done around a glass of friendship. The key words in this field are Ethics, Safety and Conviviality.
Hunting plan of 300 pieces (pheasant, partridge, duck) on the basis of 10 to 12 guns
Possibility of different results on request.
- Validation of the hunting license, national or departmental 41.
- Valid insurance to be presented during the stay.
- Wearing a fluorescent waistcoat is recommended but not mandatory.
- Semi-automatic rifle allowed for driven ducks, but prohibited for the rest of the day.
- Number of hunters: 10 to 12 shooters.
For accompanying persons without guns, 40 € for meals.
Accomodation is available in the region with addition, (dog accepted).