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Fallow Deer Hunting & Stalking

Fallow Deer Hunting Season: 15 August - 15 February*

Fallow Deer, Dama Dama is highly sought after because of its hugely popular big trophies, reminding a paddle. The strongest trophy in Czech republic was taken in 1999, reaching 227.27 CIC points. Fallow deer in Czech & Slovakia are widespread, present in big numbers with high quality trophies. Hunters should expect to bag fallow stag with over 220 CIC score.

We are planning several hunting trips in hunting areas where we believe  could  break the national trophy record from the 1999. Please feel free to contact us for your tailor-made itinerary.

The first writing about Fallow Deer in Czech and Slovakia was found from 1465, place called Podivice nad Vaskovkou. We also found that from 1548 Fallow Deer was bread in Royal game park “Stromovka” which is still nowadays one of Prague’s largest game parks. After overpopulation Fallow Deer were released in free range parks where they successfully bread ever since.

Fallow deer has the straight back of a runner, and the shape of its body changes over the years, like the red deer. The stag reaches a weight of 50-90Kg, and fallow doe is lighter in weight, around 30-50Kg. Its body is smaller than the red deer’s but it has a larger tail which reaches 16-19cm in length. The stag’s antlers are roughly shovel-shaped. Fallow deer are yellow to brown-reddish in colour, with long dark strips on its back, and white dots on both sides. The bottom and area around the tail are white. In the winter, the fallow deer changes its colors to a brownish-gray, and the dots are not visible. In rare cases a single-color fallow deer can be seen with black, light brown or even clear white coats.

Antlers Development
The first signs of a young fallow buck’s antlers come in May-June, which is around its first birthday. He starts to knock them out in August.

Lifestyle & reproduction
Fallow deer live in groups separated by gender. The rutting season starts after the red deer rut season has finished, which is from the middle of October through the middle of November.

During the rut season, stags congregate into herds. Herds form a circle with the strongest stag in middle, and weaker and younger ones on the side. They mark their own little territory inside the herd, with deep husky voices protect their territory and at the same time lure mates into their areas. A fallow doe comes into the circle and chooses its mate.

Fallow does are pregnant for 2 weeks, and give birth usually to only one young. Two fawns are very rare, but not unheard of.

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Licences & Permits
We'll take care of all the necessary paperwork and shooting licences.

Guns & Equipment
For larger game including deer, and mouflon you need a good rifle; the most popular are 6.5mm or 7mm calibre. Appropriate cartridges can be supplied upon request.

Temperatures in the winter season are cool to cold; November to February ranges from 5° to -10°C. If you're in doubt about the most appropriate clothing to wear just call us on +420 608 321 477.


Fawn & Doe from €80
Fallow Deer from €380

The Small Print
An advance payment is required once we have calculated the cost of you party but we cannot confirm dates until the deposit has been received.

Other hunting
red deer, roe deer, fallow deer, deer, muflon, bear, wild boarwolf, duck, fox, hare, badger, pheasant, fishing, non gun, wingshooting.

To start planning a truly exciting Fallow Deer stalking in magnificent surroundings please call us now on +420 608 321 477 or complete this form. We'll be delighted to assist anytime.

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