Hosted by Frontiers English-speaking Danish Shooting Director, Jens Torp, shooters experience superior sporting-quality game birds at the finest Danish estates. The mallard season begins in September, followed by the pheasant season (with some mallards intermixed) from mid-October–mid-November. Denmark shooting is a primary venue for the veteran as well as the first-time gunner. Exceptional accommodations and gourmet cuisine—without stilted formality—are customary for each program, all in a lovely country with rolling green fields and large forests in an uncrowded countryside.
In the mid-70s, Frontiers pioneered classic estate shoots for mallards (only during September) and combination driven pheasants (with some mallards intermixed) beginning mid-October. Groups are comprised of 8–10 shooters; non-shooters are warmly welcomed.
Most programs include lodging at renowned Falsled Kro on the island of Fyn. Elegant manor homes and castles are available for private groups. Copenhagen offers the luxurious Hotel d’Angleterre in city center adjacent to Strøget, the famous walking street with upscale shops.
Neutral colored European-style shooting attire is required along with appropriate eye and ear protection. Guns must be side-by-side or over/under doubles. Rental guns are available. We suggest knee-high ‘Wellington” boots in the field. Evening wear is generally semi-formal with coat and tie.
The colorful traditions of European shooting are still alive and well, revered in Denmark today with well-bred, expertly trained dogs retrieving beautifully and the traditional game parade at the end of the day. Numerous direct flight options to Copenhagen are available. Those planning to travel with their own firearms will obtain gun permit/licensing in advance. With an English-speaking escort, non-shooters enjoy organized excursions to nearby towns and interesting venues, and they are welcome to join shooters in the field. Denmark makes an ideal sporting vacation for couples.
Rates vary based on your number of days in the field, the bag of mallards and/or pheasant, the number of guns in the line, and accommodations you choose. Typically, all-inclusive rates are in the range of $4,100–4,790 per gun per day of shooting.