Duna-Tisza köze

The region between the Duna (Danube) and Tisza Rivers is one of the most unique areas in Hungary. It is not by chance that the rest of the world ofte recognises Hungary by the famous Bugac Puszta. The ever changing landscape of the sand and salt plains, the lakes, dunes and sand forests with their orchards, which stretch in a southerly direction from the Pest Plains up to the Serbian border, as well as the different lakes and swamps of the flood plains of the Duna and the Tisza make it a fascinating region.

Farming is varied, ranging from animal husbandry on the open plains to fruit, wine and vegetables. In the areas with good soil, cereals and corn are cultivated. There is little woodland, mostly acacia and pine which are planted to bind the sandy soil and some mixed woodlands on the flood plains. In the hunting area - with the exception of any wooded parts - roe deer and small game can be found. The quality of the trophies of the roebuck is good but not as good as in Szolnok and Békés. There are many medal bucks shot here. Antlers often weigh 400-450 g, but buck with antlers weighing 500 g or more are occasionally shot. Hunting is usually done from a vehicle due to the wide open spaces.
The pheasant are augmented with reared birds. Wild hare are to be found all over this enormous area in various concentrations. This species is usually hunted in the areas with fertile soil where there are large cultivated fields. Waterfowl can be shot near the wetlands.
The large blocks of woodland in the south-eastern part of the region and the flood plains of the Danube offer red deer and wild boars an apt habitat. As these areas lie close to the famous Gemenc hunting area, where the red deer stags are world famous, hunters can expect to shoot good trophies, in some cases even excellent. On the Serbian border it is possible to shoot fallow buck under natural conditions.


Nr. of the hunting field: 147

This hunting area of 5,800 ha is in the south of Hungary in the Alföld (Great Hungarian Plains), 25 km east of the town Baja. The countryside is flat and mainly agricultural with the main crops being corn, maize and sunflower. In the north the area is bordered by a large forest, of which 1,200 ha belongs to the hunting area. This area where meadows and cultivated land lie between poplar, pine and acacia woods is well known for red deer and wild boar, and borders on the State Hunting area of Gemenc (Hajós) which is famous for its very good red deer stags.
About 4,000 ha is mainly a roe deer and small game area. The roe deer population is good. During the roebuck season there are often bucks shot with antler weights of over 400 g.
Two hunters may hunt at the same time in the area. Roebuck can be hunted from raised hides, by stalking or using a vehicle.

Hunting Area: 5,800 ha, of which 1,200 ha are forested (acacia, pine and poplar)

Accommodation: The hunting area has no accommodation. Hunting guests can be accommodated in the Guest House 'Királyi Lovastanya' in Jánoshalma.

Annual Shooting Plan>:

Game Species "Borota-Felsőszentiváni" H.C. Varjaserdő H.C.
  Number Trophies Number Trophies
Red Deer Stags 16 4-10 kg 15 4-10 kg
Red Deer Hinds 40 28
Roebucks 28 300-500 g 18 200-500 g
(4-8 Bucks 400-500 g)
Roe Does, Kids 40 25
Wild Boar total 50 10 Boars (Tuskers)
13-19 cm
50 8 Boars (Tuskers)
Pheasants 300 - (H.C. members only)
Hares 150 220 (H.C. members only)
Ducks 400 (H.C. members only)

Hunting Seasons - Roebuck: 15th April-10th May
Roe Deer Rut: 20th July-15th August
Red Deer Rut: 05th-20th September


Nr. of the hunting field: 148

The hunting area of 3,450 ha of the Varjaserdő hunting company lies in the south of Hungary, not far from the River Duna (Danube) and the Serbian border. The region is flat, only in the northern parts it is sandy and wooded. This large woodland is actually the southern border of the state hunting area of Gemenc (Hajós). The hunting company has a 700 ha area of woodland and meadows where red deer and wild boar are to be found.
The southern part of the area is an excellent roe deer and small game area. The fertile land is used to plant corn, maize, rape and sunflower. The roe deer found here have good quality trophies and roebuck with antlers weighing over 400 g are often shot.
There are wild pheasant and duck which are augmented by raised birds and also hares, but the small game is shot by local hunters. Two guests may hunt at the same time. Hunting is mainly from raised hides or by stalking, although roebuck are hunted by use of vehicles.

Hunting Area: 3,450 ha

Accommodation: The hunting company has no hunting lodge. Hunting guests can stay in a guest house in Jánoshalma or in Bácsalmás.

Jagdzeiten - Rehbockjagd: vom 15.April bis 5.Mai
Blattzeit: vom 01. bis 20. August
Blattzeit: vom 05-20. September


Nr. of the hunting field: 149

This area of 8,400 ha lies in the south of Hungary, not far from the Serbian border, 15 km east from the town of Baja. The hunting area can be reached in four hours by car from Hegyeshalom. The landscape is flat and is used for agriculture, corn, maize, rape and sunflower are the usual crops.
This is a hunting area for roe deer and bird shooting. Wild boars and red deer are seldom seen. The roe deer population is good, the best trophies can reach a weight of 500 g or more. Roebuck hunting is carried out by vehicle.
For many years pheasant and duck were raised and released in the hunting area. There are also many hares, but this shooting is only for members of the hunting society.

Hunting Area: 8,400 ha

Accommodation: The company has no hunting lodge but guests can stay at the Guest House Sárga Csikó in Bácsalmás.

Hunting Seasons - Roebuck: 15th April-10th May
Roe Deer Rut: 01st-20th August

Annual Shooting List:

Game Species Number Trophies
Roebucks 33 250-500 g
Roe Does, Kids 55
Pheasants 1 600 (H.C. members only)
Ducks 800 (H.C. members only)
Hares 600 (H.C. members only)


Nr. of the hunting field: 150

If you would like to get to know the romantic side of the Hungarian Puszta, which has been preserved up until today, and to take part in an unforgettable roebuck or small game hunt, then this is the area for you.
In the middle of Hungary, between the Duna and Tisza rivers, where the sand dunes meet the endless expanse of the Alföld (Great Hungarian Plains), there are 9,500 ha of hunting area of the hunting syndicate Petőfi in Kiskunfélegyháza. The area is mainly a farming area and it is the many small fields and the spread out farmhouses which give the area its characteristic appeal. The fields are cultivated with corn and maize. Between the fields are also sparse woods and small thickets. Water is ensured by a channel which flows through the area.
This long-standing hunting syndicate has an excellent roe and small game population. Roebuck hunting is usually carried out by vehicle and this often means 60-80 km of driving per day.

Hunting Area: 9,500 ha with 8% woodland (pine, acacia and poplar).


Nr. of the hunting field: 151

This 8,000 ha hunting area is in the south-eastern part of Hungary, on the eastern edge of the sandy region between the Duna and Tisza rivers. This typically flat countryside offers many natural places of interest. Amongst them the bird sanctuary in the Wildlife Sanctuary on Lake Peter is the best known.
The people in this region live from farming; therefore the hunting area is mostly open fields, which are bordered with rows of trees and old, overgrown and abandoned farm houses. This is a good area for roe deer and other small game. There are many roebuck and the quality of the antlers is very good. The antlers weigh 250-550 g, so that each year many roebuck trophies receive medals. Guests can shoot pheasants, hares and waterfowl as well as roebuck. The wild pheasants are augmented with raised birds.

Hunting Area: 8,000 ha with little woodland (acacia, poplar)

Accommodation: Hunting guests are accommodated in Kiskunfélegyháza, where guests can stay in several guest houses or Hotels with single or double rooms with bath. Meals can be taken in the guest houses which offer good Hungarian food as well as international dishes.
For those who wish to discover more about the Hungarian Puszta, we recommend a visit to the Bugac and the Pusztaszer national parks.

Annual Game List:

Game Species Monostor H.C. Petőfi H.C.
  Number Trophies Number Trophies
Roebucks 30 250-550 g 40 200-500 g
Roe Does, Kids 35 80
Pheasants 600 3 000 Buschier-
und Treibjagd
Hares 300 500
Water Game 200
Doves 100 200-1 000

Hunting Seasons
Roebuck: 15th April-10th May
Roe Deer Rut: 20th July-10th August
Pheasant, Hares: 15th October-31st December

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