To some degree, but the way the beaters are organized, beater experience, and their enthusiasm, can make, or break the drives, regardless of how many boar are on the ground.Driven boar is just like pheasant shooting, their either there or there not on the day.
boar travel great distances and are not always where they should be.
Sounds like a great trip. The driven season will be over by march, so you would be looking at stalking/stand shooting at night. Also great fun, but not the same adrenaline rush.I have just come back from driven Wild boar in Hungary
I was over there as a guest and all I can say is the best experiance of my life
First drive in total 150 + shoots this was wild boar (Any), red hinds, red calves, fox and jackel.
Myself personally I shot 4 rounds I had a massive kieler early in the drive sneek out and I missed it however later in the drive I manage two red hinds, the drive lasted roughly 4 hours ish from that drive alone 39 wild boar, 9 red hinds and 3 foxes accounted for
Amazing hospitality from all involved and I and my friends with me Could not have had a better experiance
We are now personally looking at going again in April,May or June time
This may be highseat we are not sure yet
But if interested any one please messagee it's not going to break the bank and its a friendly trip not a business trip
Club hunting is always a little risky. Club members pay very, very little to hunt, but don't have high expectations.1 trip to Poland in November five hunting days in 5 different clubs, four were good hunting with good amount of boars (fewer than last year though) but in one club the hunting was terrible because there was a lot of wolves there and total ban to shoot the wolves and we got only one bore that day !
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