Sweden is a large European country located on the Scandinavian peninsula. It has vast hunting grounds and old-established hunting traditions. The northern part of the country is lowly populated; here, in the forests and hills, we organize hunting for moose, red stag and other hoofed mammals. The south part of the country contains most Swedish towns and agricultural grounds. We organize hunting for roe deer and marvelous wingshooting here.
May - June, August - October: Roe deer hunting
September: Duck hunting
September - December: Deer, Fallow deer, Mouflon, Moose hunting
November: Goose hunting
Depending on the hunting area selected, the arrival point can be the local Estersand airport, or city of Malme, or the airport of Copenhagen in neighboring Denmark. The car transfer from the airport to the hunting grounds takes around 1-2.5 hours. The length of stay depends on the trophy desired.
Duck: the hunting continues all day long. Goose: the hunt is organized in the morning, approximately from 7:00 am till 12:00 am. You can either take a rest in the afternoon, or go hunting for a duck, or sightseeing.
Moose: a classical spot and stalk hunting or hunting from a high seat is available. Sweden also offers a marvelous driven moose hunting with dogs, for groups of 6-8 hunters. The well-trained dogs push the moose towards the high seats with hunters. The other hoofed mammals can also be hunted by spot and stalk or from a high seat.
Depending on your preferences and the hunting region chosen, we can offer various types of accommodation. These include simple but comfortable hunting houses, premium class hunting lodges located on the Baltic coast, ancient mansions and luxurious castles.
Moose hunting with dogs is organized in the north of the country. We offer various hunting grounds for wingshooting in Sweden, in the south and east of the country. Anderslov region is used for hunting for hoofed mammals, including roe deer, moose, fallow deer, mouflon and caribou.
European Bison Eastern
European Fallow Deer
European Red Deer
European Roe deer
Eurasian Wild Boar
Sweden is widely regarded as the most beautiful kingdom of Northern Europe. The guest of the country enjoy its unbelievable coastal landscapes, paved streets, royal views of Stockholm and many unique museums. Besides that, Sweden offers splendid mountain ski resorts with guaranteed snow from November and through April, and is well known for its nice cuisine.
“The hunting partnership between man and dog developed thousands of years ago and from it came a deep bond of affection. I suspect it was the dog’s idea.” – Aaron Fraser
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a visa to go hunting in Sweden?
If you are a citizen of a country outside the EU, you may need to apply for a visa. Please kindly check the requirement or send us a request and we will check for you.
What is the maximum group size for the goose and duck hunting in Sweden?
The maximum group size is 8 hunters. The recommended group size is 4-5 hunters.
How many birds per group are harvested daily in Sweden?
The possible results of 1 day duck hunting is 400-500 ducks per group. Depending on the weather and your shooting skills, it is possible to harvest 30-100 and more geese daily per group. There are no restrictions.
Which goose species do you hunt for in Sweden?
Mostly it is Canadian goose, with a small amount of Greylag goose.
Can I bring my own gun to Sweden?
Yes, of course. The hunting gun import process is quite easy. We will prepare all necessary documents for you. You will need to declare your gun at the airport. There are no specific restrictions.