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Running wild boar in woodland on a 2-3 day driven hunt in Romania, organised by Sybarite Sporting.
Driven wild boar crossing woodland ride with shooting stand behind, on a hunting estate in Hungary.
Single wild boar, driven across snow covered woodland ride track, in hunting estate area on Croatia.
Driven wild boar shooting in Europe, control must be undertaken to avoid damage to farm crops.
Wild boar hunts are organised as driven days from platform stands, high seats or boxes at dusk.
Wild boar being driven across folder crop in Europe for sustainable-use conservation management.

Driven Wild Boar

We hunt two types of boar on private estates and state forestry land; the central European boar (Sus scrofa scrofa) and the larger subspecies Carpathian boar (Sus scrofa attila), native to Hungary and the Balkans.

These strong and resilient animals find ideal living conditions in a variety of forest habitats, interwoven with clearings and forest paths, which makes for ideal hunting conditions.

Our European driven wild boar hunting takes place in the winter months of October to February in Croatia, Hungary, Serbia and Romania, where we can organise trips for 2, 3 or 4 driven days, for teams of between 10 and 15 guns/rifles, based on an 'overage' and 'underage' bag payment scale rate…


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Please see our Driven Wild Boar shooting information.PDF 




      1    Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (29/10/2018) Disease report:

African swine fever in wild boar in Belgium.


Tack, J. (2018). Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) populations in Europe: a scientific review of population trends and implications for management. European Landowners’ Organization, Brussels, 56 pp


Handbook on ASF in wild boar and biosecurity during hunting (2018) Standing Group of Experts on African swine fever in Europe under the GF-TADs umbrella.


A keiler, or mature male boar, can weigh more than 200kg and reach speeds in excess of 30mph, making for exciting sport when driven (battues) towards waiting guns.

Wild boar wooden feed station filled with hay in the middle of an open pine woodland forest; ecotourism ecosystem management.
A wooden high box with ladder, balcony & roof in mixed birch & larch woodland, used for dusk, night and dawn hunts /shooting.
A mature male wild boar, a keiler, walking in a grass meadow, on the Croatia / Serbia border, in the driven shooting forest.
Selection of wild boar meat, venison from deer & gamebird, hanging as sausage salamis form, healthy & high nutritional value.
A drawing of a post, French curved, driven wild boar hunting shooting horn with tassels and a centred jumping scrofa Wildschwein.
Youtube logo with red play icon colours that says ‘YouTube’ which links to Sybarite Sporting ‘Driven Wild Boar Shooting’ YT playlist channel.

Reliable Information

Over the years our experience with obtaining full details and factual information on hunting trips to Eastern Europe has been somewhat varied - therefore we only now deal with specific people and estates, and/or host these trips ourselves.

ASF Communication between Hunters & Veterinary Services

African Swine Fever (ASF) is a highly contagious infectious disease affecting domestic pigs and wild boar. There is no cure for ASF and no option for vaccination in wild boar populations, communications and educational initiatives are critical tools in preventing the spread of disease.

Responsible hunting and disposal practices ensure that wild boar populations continue to thrive, and continue to serve as a source of sport and food resource in the years to come.

Hunters are engaged in working to toward the eradication of ASF disease by identify goals in communicating between hunters and veterinary services, and in-turn establishing and maintaining a single communication roadmap for sharing technical information and guidance.

29th October 2018 - 124 cases of ASF in wild boar have now been reported in the Luxembourg region of Belgium; previously it seemed the river Danube was slowing the movement of ASF from north eastern Europe. 1


Management attitudes and methods to wild boar populations seem to vary from region to region but when properly managed wild boar populations can contribute to the local economy, especially in regions where agriculture is less significant and there is less potential for conflicts.

In these regions with limited agricultural activities or in fenced areas without agricultural activities the population growth can be controlled and the access to food can be better regulated.

Detailed management research makes for interesting reading; due to the high reproductive potential of wild boars the effect of harvesting is relatively small - up to 90% of all female wild boars can reproduce within a single season; in short, in high populations, reducing juvenile survival will have the largest effect on population numbers.


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