Duck shooting

Czech Republic

Who doesn't know them? The stories of our ancestors - often recorded in hunting literature - about the blessed hunting grounds of Bohemia and Moravia. In the first half of the last century, hunters have achieved game bags that are no longer possible today. It's a part of hunting history that deserves not to be forgotten.

Many crowned and uncrowned heads have hunted there, the best small game shooters from all over the world have been there as a guest. An invitation to such hunts was more desirable than a high state medal and regarded as a knighthood. While in many other countries, the small game populations are steadily decreasing, there are still hunts in southern Bohemia, which remind of good old times.

... waterfowl hunting at the highest level.


Informations about mallards (Anas platyrhynchos)

The mallard is a very widespread species of dabbling ducks in Eurasia and the primeval form of the domestic ducks. They can reach wing spans of up to 95 cm and a body length of up to 58 cm. Except on approximately two months (July/August), the drakes wear their distinctive splendor dress. The glossy green head with the white neck ring and the yellow beak makes them unmistakable.

During the moult, the drake wears a brown-gray speckled plumage with metallic blue speculum and looks very similar to the duck. Only the dark beak of the females and the yellow beak of the drake helps with the distinction.

Mallards are extremely adaptable and occur almost everywhere, where there are waters. They can even be found in densely populated cities. They have very different migratory patterns in different regions. While the ducks in the northern areas move to warmer regions in winter, the ducks in the southern areas are territory-loyal. The distances of the hikes can vary greatly.

Mallards fly fast and straight and they can rise almost vertically.

The hunt

All waterfowl hunts are conducted according to strict and practice-proven rules. Between 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock - after a rich breakfast - you drive with your own car to the hunting ground. With a ceremonious opening - supported by fanfares - the hunt begins at around 9:30.

During the morning the hunting takes place at three different ponds. Each drive lasts about 1 hour. Around 12:30 pm we drive back to the hotel and have lunch. The hunt continues at 1:30 pm. Depending on the success and the plan of the shooters, we will hunt at four more ponds until the hunt ends at around 5 pm.

Prices and fees

Offer duck hunting in Czech Republic:     295,- € per hunter


• Organisation of a two-day duck hunt

• Dogs and beaters

• Czech hunting card

• Drivers


Additional info:

 • Trophy fee  15,50 € per duck


 Not included:

• Hotel and Catering

• Shotgun ammunition (only steel or bismuth allowed)

• Additional hotel accommodation, alcoholic beverages

• Flight, cancellation insurance

• Booking fee 195.- €


Price and program changes reserved. The terms and conditions of K & K Premium Jagd GmbH apply.
We recommend to book a travel insurance covering cancellation of the journey too.