Lynx hunting, whose population has been estimated around 800 in Estonia, is performed in winter, searching for tracks and, once fresh tracks are found, releasing specially trained dogs that track down the animal, who shelters from the dogs in the trees, where it becomes accessible for the hunter. There are very few specialists with dogs trained appropriately for this type of hunt, so booking is required at least three months in advance.
Lodging may be provided in private houses or in historical hotels or Manor Houses.
|4/3 hunting organization, lodging in private houses||€1.950|
|Lynx trophy fee||€3.950|