Nyírerdő J.S.C.

The Nyírerdő J.S.C. is one of the biggest companies in eastern Hungary which works in forestry. The main concern ofthe financially strong company is traditional forestry and all the trades involved in this business. The company prioritisescontinuing old hunting traditions, which are famous all over the world, as well as developing all services connected tohunting.

The company has 29,000 ha in the north-eastern part ofHungary. In the hunting areas nearly all game species can befound in abundance. The invaluable fallow deer population inthe Gúth Forest is very important. In the world ranking list oftrophies this area has achieved the first, second and seventhplace. In the Lónya Forest there are excellent populations ofred and roe deer.
The Nyírerdő Forestry has three high class hunting lodges. Hungarian hospitality will make your stay unforgettable. Highclass professional hunters are available to all guests. Foreignhunters enjoy visiting the forests of the company very muchand most of them come back. Between hunting outings theguests can admire the scenery as well as the historical monu-ments of the people’s culture.


Nr. of the hunting field: 62

This 1,100 ha area, which is rich in natural beauty, is in the triangle of the RiverTisza and the Bereg Mountains and includes the Lónya Forest. This area is mostlyknown for its excellent red deer, which are unique in Hungary, having thecharacteristics of the Carpathian red deer. The wild boar drive hunts, both in theopen and fenced areas, are well known for the amount of boars shot. In a 500 hafenced area fallow deer are right next to wild boars, which enriches the huntingexperience.

Accomodation: The Lónya Hunting Lodge 1stclass, with 9 bed rooms and a capacityfor accommodating 21 guests, is situated in beautiful natural surroundings.


Nr. of the hunting field: 63-64

The 5,412 ha hunting area Haláp is 90% forest and lies about 15 km from thesecond largest town in Hungary. The 2,864 ha hunting area in Bagamér lies on theRumanian border in the Nyírség Hills, in the wild romantic valley of the Kék-Kálló. The quiet surroundings and the varied vegetation offer ideal conditions for the twomain hunting species in the hunting area - for roe deer and wild boar.
The roe deer population is kept at the maximum number that can be maintainedin the area and the average trophy weighs 300 g, but each year a buck with400-500 g is shot. The antlers are decorative, well pearled and have a good colour. Most of the roebuck hunting takes place during rutting, as this offers hunters themost pleasure. The area is also most suited for this type of hunting.
In a 485 ha fenced area of Haláp will be shooted in a year 300 wild boars (about150 tuskers 18-22 cm).

Accomodation: As the town of Debrecen is nearby, accommodation of all types isavailable. Between the morning and evening hunts visitors can take advantage ofthe many cultural and leisure-time programmes in and about Debrecen.


Nr. of the hunting field: 65

The 13,300 ha hunting area Gúth managed by the Nyírerdő J.S.C. runs 40 km ina north-eastern direction from Debrecen, and lies near the towns of Nyírlugos and Nyíradony, or to be exact the villages of Nyírmártonfalva and Nyíracsad. The areais 90% forested, which is different from the rest of the great plains, but to theadvantage of the game population. In the hunting area lies one of the largest forestsin the great plains: the Gúth Woods. The most important type of tree is the acacia,which makes up 50% of the woodland, and the young acacia woods together withthe shoots offer the game valuable grazing. The indigenous oak trees are importantfor the conservation of the biotope, as well as the accompanying tree species (wildfruit trees, lime, maple, beech), but the black nut, the red oak and the ash togetherwith the poplar, pine and black pine also form large blocks inside the forest. Threehundred hectares have been cultivated with food for the game so that the animalscan find a variety of food at all times of the year. The part of the hunting area thatis farmed with its small fields and woods with wet meadows and willow coppicesis characteristic for the landscape around Nyírség.
The most important game species in the Gúth hunting area is the fallow deer,which is one of the most valuable breeding stocks in the world. At the moment, there are trophies in the first, second and seventh place in the world rankings, which have been shot in Gúth. (The picture shows the two world record trophies). Apart from the quality of the antlers in that year, one can reckon with between 3-10 very big fallow buck trophies and from many other good fallow buck tro-phies.
As evidence, the five best trophies from the last three years:

Trophy with Medal
Trophy weight of the 5 biggest bucks (kg):
74 %
4.74, 4.78, 4.93, 4.94, 5.04
81 %
4.81, 4.93, 5.05, 5.12, 5.30
72 %
4.04, 4.05, 4.25, 4.45, 5.04

The red deer population is of good quality. The antlers have long, thick beams withrelatively few points, which is characteristic of the Carpathian stags. The red deerare improving steadily so that more stags with a weight over 10 kg might well beshot within the next 2-3 years.

The wild boar population is also good. At the moment there are not many drivehunts - in the open areas so that the wild boar can increase in numbers and age. From 2008 onwards 5-6 drive hunts are planned for the open areas, where 4-5 wild boars and also 4-5 red deer hinds fallow and roe does may be shot. In the twowild boar fenced areas, each about 350 ha, single hunters can shoot boars withtusks of 23-25 cm. In the fenced areas, from 2008 onwards, 5-6 hunters on a driv-en hunt should be able to shoot 50-60 wild boars with 50% of them having tusksover 20 cm.
There is a large roe deer population in the hunting area, but the trophy quality isonly average. Every year a couple of bucks with a trophy weighing 400-500 g areshot, but most of the trophies only weigh 250 g. In May, when the acacia trees areflowering, it is possible to hunt roebuck using a horse and cart, which is attractingmore and more hunters.
Single hunters have the choice, when hunting fallow deer, red deer, roebuck andwild boars, of either stalking (there are over 25 km of paths), using a raised hide ora horse and cart or sleigh. There are three hunting lodges (Zöld Ház, Kisvadász and Tuzorzohegy) for huntingguests with 2 apartments, 12 double rooms and 2 rooms with three beds all withbathrooms.
There is also a fishing pond, tennis court, bowling alley, table tennis,small football field, sauna, mountain biking, horse riding and horse and carriage orsleighs.

Annual Hunting List:

Game Species
Red Deer Stags 5-10 kg
Red Deer Hinds
Fallow Bucks 2,5-5,5 kg
Fallow Does
Roebucks 200-500 g
Roe Does, Kids
Wild Boars
Wild Boars in fence

Hunting Seasons:Roebuck15th April-15th Mai
Roe Deer Rut25th July-10th August
Red Deer Rut15th-30th September
Fallow Deer Rut10th-25th October

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