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Imagine that you are now travelling to Hungary for your just booked hunting!

In this case you must have already contacted us and received our detailed help to make the most out of your trip. 

You have told us what you want to hunt for, the size of your desired trophy to take home, with whom you wish to hunt and what kind of programs you want to enrich your stay with.

Imagine that you are already on your way and excited about exploring all the beauty of Hungarian hunting!

Green, fragrant vegetation, blooming trees, sunshine, soft breeze, birdsong...well, spring is here!!! – and that’s just Nature, I haven’t even got to the point. If it’s spring, it’s the season for roe buck hunting, and that means it’s time for me and my owner to head out to the fields. The roe buck hunting season is still on, yet I’d like to give you a foretaste of it.

What is hunting like in Hungary?

Written by Fröcsi
Published in Hunting tips

Before getting into the thick of it and talking about our specific experiences, let me say a few words about Hungary and its hunts, hunters, traditions and habits. I mean this blog entry to be a fast-track at the end of which you will feel at home in this great environment and get to know things you may have never heard about before.

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Introduction

My name is József Balogh, owner of NATURHUN Kft.

With my colleagues at Naturhun, we organise hunts on a daily basis and we try to provide our clients with an unforgettable hunting experience.

In this blog, I share our greatest moments with you and I also give advice and tips for hunting with over 20 years of experience under my belt.

Join me if you are as passionate about hunting as I am.

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Joseph Balogh
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