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Domaine De La Ronde,  La Ronde,  France, Pheasant, Duck

Domaine De La Ronde

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La Ronde, France
Pheasant, Duck

BATTUE AU FAISAN COMMUN
Journées de chasse en battue au petit gibier, par groupes de 8 à 10 fusils animée par un Capitaine de ligne qui est responsable de l’organisation de sa ligne.

La saison des battues au faisan commence le dernier week-end d’octobre ou le premier week-end de novembre
en fonction de l’avancement des faisans.

Quatre formules sont proposées :
1- De novembre à mi-décembre : Tableau approximatif de 400 faisans.
2- De mi-décembre à mi-janvier : Tableau approximatif de 300 faisans.
3- De mi-janvier à mi-février : Tableau approximatif de 200 faisans.
4- Petites battues à partir de mi-février (8 à 10 fusils) et possibilité de chasse devant soi dans l’enceinte de la
Madone et des Robinets jusqu’à la fin février par groupe de 3 à 5 fusils.


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price per person per day
$1,795.89

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Open Season

Review icon Reviews (2)

  • nerich 28 Jun 2015

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    Plenty of birds, well presented, not out of range, good reception, great lunch.\r\nScenery is nice but not spectacular. one of the more expensive pheasant shoots in France, but worth the money.

  • hollis 28 Jun 2015

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    \One of the few driven pheasant estates in France where the birds are released in the summer and allow them become semi-wild and truly sporting. \r\nDe la Ronde has an English Gamekeeper. Although the drives were well laid out and the welcome ceremony and drinks were well organised, there was sometimes an unacceptable long wait between the drives. Apparently this has now improved. Still a fairly young shoot with a very good potential. Good medium high pheasants\



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