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Wolf Still-Hunting

  • Recommended duration: 5 days Hunting (6 nights)
  • Hunting season from November 1  to February 28

The hunt is organised by regularly feeding the wolves and the presence is usually monitored by the use of trail cameras.

The success of this hunt also depends on the ability of the hunter to endure long waiting periods at low temperatures.

Hunting program

  • Day 1: Arrival at Tallinn airport and transfer to the hunting lodge
  • Days 2 to 6: Still Hunting for Wolves
  • Day 7: Transport to Tallinn airport for departure

Development of hunting

Wolf Still-Hunting is done exclusively from watchtowers (tree-stands) located at feeders baited with meat.

The hunter will have to stay in the tree-stand as long as possible during the night and he must remain alert at all times because sometimes the wolf tends to stay in place for a few seconds and the time available for the shooting is therefore rather limited.

Peculiarities of Wolf Still-Hunting

The wolf is an animal with great instincts and intelligence and is usually very reluctant to go to the feeders in early winter but despite this they tend to let their guard down and go more regularly to the feeders because it is an animal that requires a significant amount of protein intake.

Since we have electronic cameras at the feeders we know at all times when the wolves feed so the hunter will be informed at all times of the situation.

In recent years we have had a very high success rate, close to 90%.

Other game species that can be combined

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Other game species that can be combined

Areas for Wolf Still-Hunting

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