Game reserve Obůrka

The Obůrka nature reserve was founded in 1817 and is located next to the Bechyně castle in a bend of the Lužnice river, which forms its natural border together with the river Smutná from two thirds of its circumference.

Bechyně Castle is about 200 meters away from the nature reserve as the crow flies. And yet, in its character, it is a corner of the wilderness, in which there are deep valleys, ravines, old solitary trees and springs. Overall, due to its position, it is well situated in the countryside.

There are clearly visible elements of history, such as the original hayloft and the old game house, which today serves as a stylish accommodation for hunters in the middle of the area. Countless covered observatories and pulpits can be found here.

The forest cover creates a mosaic of oak or beech groves, solitary trees and alternating meadows. At the same time, the nature reserve is much rejuvenated and contains many hedges with beech and oak thickets. These fences then serve as game drives.

European fallow deer and mouflon are historically bred in the reserve in the number of around one hundred. The game is naturally shy, which every hunter will appreciate. The strongest trophy for fallow deer was 227 CIC points and for mouflon 222 CIC points.

Czech Republic, South Bohemian Region

About the chase

Area: 140
Area: Highlands
Species: Forest

When entering the nature reserve, the largest open space opens up consisting of a meadow, a large solitary oak tree and a nice pulpit. All this is surrounded by surrounding forests and a partial forest park. Walking through this meadow, which is about two hectares in size, you can see a large valley where the game dwells.

In the central part there are mature old forests, which have already been partly replaced by new beech and oak growth. Illuminated forests provide suitable opportunities for game hunting as well as variously spread small meadows where she likes to draw game.

In the northern part there is a grove with accommodation and surrounding orchards, which are visited by animals. The garden also serves well as an observatory, because in the autumn months game goes to the apple orchard, and the hunter can sit on the porch of the accommodation on the second floor and observe.

In the southern part, there is a very rugged terrain, in which there are now countless belts and fences. Fences can be used as good cover and hideouts, as the local game has a relatively good overview of the hunter’s movements and is above all naturally shy.

The park also has an original pond with a replica of an old sluice. This pond is planted between streams and is adjacent to a meadow and thickets. The southern part of the park is sought after by mouflons.

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