Europe: Estonia

Besides Russia and Belarus, Estonia is certainly one of the interesting countries for hunting European moose. Thanks to strict hunting legislation, the Estonians have managed to breed a population of moose (currently about 12,000) over the last 20 years, which does not need to fear comparison with other hunting countries in terms of both quantity and quality. From September, the hunt for moose begins, with the Estonians always prefer the stalking to the high seat. If we take the protocols of the past years as the basis, the majority of moose antlers reach between 6 and 9 kg. The ratio of rod to vane is about 60:40. The hunt requires a lot of skill from guide and guest, because every day will be stalked for several hours. Prepare well for such a hunt. Pure high seat hunts on moose promise little success. A hunt for the largest deer on our planet is one of the most interesting hunts that can be offered to us hunters in Europe.

Informations Estonia

Estonia is located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea and is 45.339 square kilometers and with 1.3 million inhabitants a very sparsely populated country. In terms of size, Estonia is comparable to Lower Saxony. The lake-rich forest and hill country with many moors has only an average sea level of 50 m. Saaremaa and Hiiumaa are the most famous islands in the country. The entire coastline has a length of 3,794 kilometers. It is characterized by several gulfs (like the Riga bay), straits and indentations.

 

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