Wild Boar Hunt by stalking is usually performed in summer in wheat fields and at feeders. The hunting of this species is permitted all year. This hunt is probably the most interesting as it requires the hunter to demonstrate great skills of a stealthy approach to the boar while maintaining calm in order to make an accurate shot.
This hunt is a perfect to match to the Deer stalking Hunt as it is done on the same dates and hunting grounds.
Wild Boar hunting by stalking is mainly done in the summer where we have almost 20 hours of daylight. There are two departures a day; once in the morning and once in the afternoon.
The first stalking begins at 4 in the morning where we will visit the wheat fields using one of the trails and accompanied by one of our guides. Upon finding a good specimen you must proceed to make a stealthy entrance keeping in mind the wind factor to make a guaranteed shot. The morning hunt usually lasts between 4 and 5 hours.
The second part of the hunt takes place in the afternoon starting at 6 pm and the procedures are the same as the morning departure.
During the development of this hunt it is quite possible to find roe deer in the same fields so it is recommended to combine these species.
This form of hunting is usually very successful and most grades normally boars are hunted using this method as it is easier to approach them and usually does not present many difficulties for an experienced hunter.
You should bring good binoculars and a variable scope since it is not uncommon to have to make shots of up to 150 meters. Regarding the caliber, it is recommended a gauge with a very flat trajectory. Since hunting wild boar can be combined with roe deer it is also recommended to bring several types of loads (bullets) depending on the species to shoot, boar or roe deer.