Croatia – Muflon Sheep

 In Croatia

September 1 – January 31

The peninsula of Peljesac is located between Split and Dubrovnik. It is about 70 kms long and wide about 20 km, with low mountains, from 400 to 1100 meters, and covered by typical Mediterranean shrubbery. The hunt is done on foot, searching for Mouflon sheep with the binoculars from valley to valley.
Trophy quality is exceptional and, in fact, all the biggest trophies from Croatia have been harvested in this reserve. During the year only around ten mature trophies, 8 years or more, are available. More then 30 gold medal trophies come from this reserve. Trophies from 210 points and over are the most frequent. The best trophy from this reserve had 232 points. Lodging is either in a hotel on the coast when the hunt is done in the central part of the peninsula, or in the hunting lodge on top of the highest mountain.
The best period for this hunt is considered to be from mid October until mid December.

Rates:
5 days stay 4 hunting days €1.800
Observer €450
Trophy Fees in EUR:
Up to 70 cm €2.500
Up to 80 cm €3.800
Every cm over 80 cm €250

Rates include

Full board in the hunting house in the reserve for 5 days, hunting organization for 4 days, assistance of a specialized game scout for 4 days, general organization tax, skinning and boiling of the trophies.

Rates don't include

Air fares up to Split or Dubrovnik, transfer to the reserve (€210 roundtirp), interpreter guide €80 daily, Croatian hunting license €60, tips (we suggest EUR 150 daily), drink, gratuities, 23% tax in Croatia. Trophy treatment: skull €50, shoulder €100, whole hide €150.

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