Rifle Only 1X1 ONLY $11,500
2022 / 2023
This hunt for Mid Caucasian Tur is located in the peaks of the Caucasian mountains. This species of Tur is found only in the middle of the mountain ranges, between the Eastern and Western ranges. Be prepared for quite an adventure as you will hike, drive, and ride horseback to access stunning mountains and serene valleys, all in pursuit of your perfect trophy!
Rifle Only 1 X 1 ONLY $19,800
2022 / 2023 Come and hunt Snow Sheep in the breathtaking Kamchatka mountain range! This hunt is led by one of Russia's most experienced outfitters and includes an English-speaking guide. This high-probability hunt is offered at a discounted price, so why spend more elsewhere when you can get a fantastic trophy from a reputable and experienced outfitter?
Rifle Only 1 x 1 Only $13,500
2022 / 2023
This Kamchatka Brown Bear hunt takes place on some of the most bear-dense concessions in Russia. Trophy bears here regularly average 9 feet and sport coats from dark brown to blonde. With a very experienced English speaking guide, this is one hunt not to miss! Accommodations are rustic wood cabins with traditional Russian food.
Rifle Only $14,500
2022 / 2023
This Russian Moose hunt will occur in some of the best moose hunting areas in the world. The average moose taken here measures well over 60" and costs much less than a Yukon or Alaska moose hunt. With a near 100% sucess rate, why hunt anywhere else? Accommodations will be comfortable rustic Russian lodges or cabins,
Rifle Only 1x1 ONLY $15,900 PER HUNTER!
Hunt the larget moose in the world on Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula. Use sowmobiles pulling a sled to cover long distances looking for the tracks of a giant moose. The moose have averaged 65" over the last three years and this hunt has a 95% sucess rate! Why risk an unsucessful Alaskan moose hunt when you can go on an adventure of a lifetime and come home with a giant moose?
Rifle Only 1x1 ONLY $13,500 PER HUNTER
2021 / 2022
Hunt brown bear in the area with the highest population of brown bears in the world, the Kamchatka Peninsula. This is a very high probability hunt. Why spend more money and take a chance of an unsucessful bear hunt in Alaska, when you can go on the adventure of a lifetime and bring home a brown bear or two for your trophy room!
2022 / 2023
Come on an exciting hunt for Dagestan Tur at a price that can't be beat! This hunt offers 7 full hunting days in the North Ossetia region of Russia with an experienced outfitter and interpreter fluent in English. This challenging hunt will have you face off against tough terrain and steep slopes in search of your trophy Dagestan Tur!
Hunting in Russia
Russia is the largest country in the world. Spanning 11 different time zones, Russia encompasses a great variety of habitats. With sub-arctic tundra and coastal floodplains in the north, boreal forests further southward, rugged mountains, vast grasslands and mixed deciduous and evergreen forests, Russia provides a wide array of suitable habitat that supports many different huntable species of animals.
The Far East
Russia’s far eastern regions are home to the greatest numbers of big game species. Provinces such as Kamchatka, Cuotka, Magadan and Khabarovsk are home to three species of brown bears, two species of moose and 4 species of snow sheep. Much of the travel in these remote areas can be difficult, but the hunting can be very rewarding for those that choose to make the effort to hunt these areas.
Siberia spans more than 2,000 mils from the Sea of Okhotsk in the east to the Ural Mountains in the west. Siberia is lightly populated. A wide variety of huntable species inhabit Siberia. Siberia has the largest roe deer in the world. Russian grizzlies (Siberian brown bear) caribou, huge moose, wolves and good populations of snow sheep are but a few of the species awaiting the adventurous sportsman in Siberia.
Western (European) Russia
Much of the hunting in western Russia is done on huge government estates. Several of the now independent former soviet states such as Bulgaria and Romania. A similar range of species is available in western Russia that includes wild boar, Eurasian Brown Bear, European Moose, Reindeer, Wapiti, wolf, and European red deer. Spring hunts for Capercaillie and Black Grouse are also available during the spring in areas between Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Caucasian Russia (Caucasus Mountains)
The Caucasus Mountains provide in-shape hunters with some of the most rugged mountain hunting in the world. Hunting in these mountains can provide the hunting experience of a lifetime along with the breathtaking scenery that this region is famous for. Species that this area offers include three varieties of Tur, red stags, boar, Caucasian chamois, brown bear, and European bison.
Russian Hunting History
Each social class once had the right to use the hunting grounds in Russia. Russian imperial hunts evolved from the hunting customs of the royal courts of Europe and were adopted by the early Tsars. During the soviet rule, hunting clubs that were sponsored by the state were formed within boundaries that were mostly associated with factories.
When the Soviet Union broke up, private individuals were allowed to lease these former club hunting grounds. Many wealthy land owners acquired control of these hunting grounds through this leasing process and adequately funded the maintenance of these hunting grounds. This allowed the quality and quantity of game to improve significantly. Presently, many outfitters conduct hunts for foreigners and prices have come down significantly due to the increased competition among these outfitters.
Discount African Hunts Russian Hunt Offerings
Discount African Hunts has partnered with the largest and most prestigious hunting outfitter in Russia and is able to offer the finest and most successful hunts available in modern Russia. Whether you are after a brown bear in Kamchatka, a giant Chukotka moose or an elusive snow sheep, you can be assured that you will be spending your hard-earned dollars wisely by booking your Russian hunting adventure with Discount African Hunts.