Small game



Small game hunting has a long tradition and a very high priority in the British Isles. Good small game hunts are hard to find in most of the European countries, and it is even more difficult to be allowed to hunt there. In Scotland, on the other hand, things are different. The small game populations here are very high and the opportunities are many. Whether you prefer rough shooting or driven hunt, whether you want to hunt grouse, geese, pigeons, ducks, pheasants, woodcocks or rabbits, everything is possible here.


Huntable game species

Besides the listed game species, snipe and rabbit can also be shot during the rough shooting.

Red grouse  (Lagopus lagopus scotica)

The red grouse belongs to the grouse family and is a subspecies of the ptarmigan only found in the British Isles. It grows up to 40 cm tall and differs from the other ptarmigans by the absence of the white winter dress.

Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus)

The pheasant belongs to the order of the Galliformes and grows up to 70 cm tall. It has its original range from the Black Sea to eastern Asia. In Europe, it has been released in many places especially for hunting purposes.

Woodcock (Scolopax rusticola)

The woodcock is up to 40 cm tall and belongs to the snipe family. Characteristic are the compact body, the long, straight bill and the short legs.

Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) 

he mallard is Europe's largest and most widespread dabbling duck. Especially striking are the glossy green head and the yellow beak of the drake in the splendid dress. They reach body lengths up to 60 cm with wingspan up to 95 cm.

Wood pigeo (Columba palumbus)

The wood pigeon is the largest pigeon species in Europe. Characteristic are the white wing bands and the white neck patches. They can reach body lengths of just over 40 cm.


Hunting method/hunting season

Walk up and driven shooting, both is possible. Just let us know your preferences.

Hunting seasons:

Grouse:                            12 August  –  10 December

Partridge:                        1 September  –  21 Januar

Pheasant:                        1 October  –  31 January

Woodcock:                      1 September  –  31 January

Common snipe:              1 September  –  31 January

Geese:                             1 September  –  31 January

Ducks:                             1 September  –  31 January

Rabbits:                           all year round

Wood pigeons:               all year round


The equipment depends on the game species and the season you choose. Of course we advise you in detail, if you tell us your wishes.


During your stay you will live at a classic hunting lodge or in a rural hotel. The exact accommodation depends on the area where you hunt. This also depends on the game species and the season. However, accommodation in Scotland gives no reason to complain if you are not expecting a 5-star hotel. The hospitality of the Scots enjoys a particularly good reputation.

Prices and fees

Offer small game shooting in Scotland (due to the variety only a few excerpts)


• 1 day Mixed Game Shooting                                  420,- £

(pheasant, rabbits, snipe, woodcock),

Expected game bag: 8 - 10 animals per shooter, additional game 30,-£/animal

• 1 day woodcock hunt                                               240,- £

Expected game bag: 3 - 5 snipes per day

• 1 day grouse hunt                                                    on request

Expected game bag: 3 brace per shooter

• 1 day goose hunt                                                      120,- £

• 1 day duck hunt                                                         90,- £

Expected game bag: 3 - 6 ducks per shooter, every further duck 18,- £

• 1 day wood pigeon hunt                                          155,- £


Not included:

• Accomodation with full board (without drinks) per night  130,- £

• Own arrival and departure

• Booking fee £ 175

• Drinks

• Weapons import permit £ 50.-

• Tips and personal expenses


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.