Bird hunting

Goose hunting in Iceland 2017

The Melar hunting grounds are some of the very best goose hunting areas in Europe. Prime time September - November.

Ptarmigan hunting

Ptarmigan hunting is the most popular wing shooting sport in Iceland. Every year we have hunters from all over the world joining us hunting in the short season of November.

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Blast & Cast

At the beginning of our hunting season we offer Blast & Cast packages, where guests can both fish and hunt on the same day

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Barnacle geese

Special hunting trip to the South East of Iceland to hunt for Barnacle geese.

Trophy hunting

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Musk Ox Hunting in Greenland

Greenland best Trophy

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Caribou hunting in Greenland

Caribou hunting in Greenland is something you need to try, it's impressive and totally different.

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Hunting in Estonia, the island Hiiumaa

Red deer, roe deer and wild boar hunt in September

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Slovenia, Alpine Chamois

Join us hunting Alpine Chamois in Slovenia, August - September

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Croatia - Boar hunting

Driven boar hunting in Croatia from October through January. Hunting takes place either in State Forestry estates or on private estates, all within 2 hours drive from Zagreb airport.

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Tours and trips

Goose and/or duck hunting day tour

The goose season starts August 20th and is good in South Iceland in September and October. Duck hunting is good from mid September until mid March. We offer some of the finest shooting fields in Iceland within 30 - 60 mins drive from Reykjavik.

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Day tours from Reykjavik

Fishing and hunting day tours from Reykjavik

ICELAND - Goose hunting 2017

Fantastic season is over and we are booking 2017. Two slot still available on prime time.

When should I travel to Iceland for fishing and hunting?

We would be happy to plan your next adventure, here you see a list of what you can fish and hunt for when visiting Iceland.

Rock Ptarmigan photos - Iceland

The Ptarmigan is one of the national birds of Iceland and many hunters favourite game bird. Sigurbjörn Arnasson went out photoshooting.