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Hunting Lodge Bodony,  Bodony,  Hungary, Pheasant, Duck

Hunting Lodge Bodony

Bodony, Hungary
Pheasant, Duck

The famous Hunting Lodge Bodony. For generations Hungary has been one of the most popular hunting destinations in Europe. Bodony is a magnificent hunting area located in the north of the Mátra Mountains app. 1 ½ hours’ drive from Budapest. The 3.000 ha estate provides you with the opportunity to hunt for Big Game and driven Wild Boar, but is also the perfect place for high flying driven Pheasant or Duck shooting. We can organize a unique hunt that combines these species during a weekend hunt.
The driven Pheasant shooting is amazing - the territory is wonderful and of excellent quality. The guns are staying in valleys with loaders and many beaters are pushing the birds over the guns. The beaters push huge amounts of birds over the valleys for an outstanding Wingshooting experience. You will have 4-5 drives with bags between 300 -600 birds.
Bodony offers seven high-quality double bed rooms in the main house, three double bed rooms in the detached Lodge with a magnificent view, an impressive saloon, a dining room as well as a club house including a sauna to create a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere – exactly what you need after an exciting day of hunting. Enjoy traditional Hungarian food and the famous wines of the region. The team on the spot is extremely professional and will make your stay unforgettable.


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$500.98

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Open Season

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  • Luis Jaure 13 May 2016

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    Marcus is a great professional organizing our hunting trips. We fully trust in him because he has always organized our hunting trips in an excellent way. His name says it all, "Absolute hunting, wingshooting..."