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Looking for details on hunting in the vovoidship of Warmia-Mazurskie.


rysiek 2 | 6  
30 Aug 2009 /  #1
Hi, i'm new to poland and i'm looking for details on hunting in the vovoidship of Warmia-Mazurskie. How can i get a license to hunt? What type of game is there?
yes  
30 Aug 2009 /  #2
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Bzibzioh  
30 Aug 2009 /  #3
You need to become a member of one of Koło £owieckie, for example this one
jelenolsztyn.republika.pl

In short: it's not gonna happened.

Unless you can afford as a foreigner polowanie dewizowe.
time means 5 | 1,310  
30 Aug 2009 /  #4
How can i get a license to hunt? What type of game is there?

Why don't you get a decent hobby instead of trying to kill animals for fun!
Bzibzioh  
30 Aug 2009 /  #5
Why don't you stop saying nonsense?
benszymanski 8 | 465  
30 Aug 2009 /  #6
How can i get a license to hunt? What type of game is there?

You need to join the Polish Hunting Association.
pzlow.pl
I believe the club that Bzibzioh linked to is one such club.

Then you need to do a 1 year probation period, 60 hours of training and sit an exam. There is info on this on the Krakow club website here: pzl.krakow.pl

Have a look on those websites and you will at least see pictures of what game there is etc..

But unless you speak Polish I don't see realistically how you will be able to get through these procedures and become a member.
time means 5 | 1,310  
31 Aug 2009 /  #7
Why don't you stop saying nonsense?

It is you and your sick killing for fun buddys who are filled with nonsense. Going round the countryside blasting anything that moves, sad f--ks!
Lefty 13 | 124  
31 Aug 2009 /  #8
Hello mate,

You seem to have very strong views on hunting as if anybody who hunts is just doing so for fun! What about hunting for food? I also wonder what is your opinion on me hunting the rats and pigeons and rabbits that wreck my uncles crops?

:)
time means 5 | 1,310  
31 Aug 2009 /  #9
Hi lefty

Who hunts for food these days, hardly anyone. Pest control i have no problem with. As a sport/hobby i find it rather sad and sick that people can get enjoyment out of killing!
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
31 Aug 2009 /  #10
Lefty

Are you sure you are a lefty? :)
Bzibzioh  
31 Aug 2009 /  #11
Who hunts for food these days, hardly anyone.

Me. And thousands other people.

As a sport/hobby i find it rather sad and sick that people can get enjoyment out of killing!

Ignorant opinion, really.
Harry  
1 Sep 2009 /  #12
Me. And thousands other people.

And of course you would simply starve to death if you couldn't go out into the woods and indulge in your sick little hobby.
time means 5 | 1,310  
1 Sep 2009 /  #13
Ignorant opinion, really.

Enlightened more like! Explain to me what pleasure there is in killing?
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499  
1 Sep 2009 /  #14
Killing for fun is just wrong, however..............if you kill for food it makes you realise that you are responsible for the animals death and makes you more respectful for the beasts.

Where I live there are loads of deer, if these are not culled regularly the country becomes a mess and the animals suffer due to lack of proper nutrition and diasease.

So in some cases, hunting is necessary.
Wroclaw Boy  
1 Sep 2009 /  #15
Bzibzioh
Check out her profile:

Country, city: Away with the fairies
Speak Polish?: yes
Occupation, website: part time angel
Interests: Lover of (almost) all things Austen (killing innocent animals for fun)

I added the very last bit.

I knew a guy here who hunts very regulalry - wild boar were his game. Ive seen his photos and i was like ohh yeh, ok right, inside i was thinking what an *******. He was also a business associate and once said "we dont need a contract its not about the money".

Never saw that twat again.
Molly Malone  
1 Sep 2009 /  #16
whoever can kill deer for fun could also kill humans, once the mental barrier is broken.
The emotional one has already been broken or has never existed.
Society conditioning is one thing, conscience is another. Some people have it, some don't.
If someone likes to watch an animal dying of his bullets and considers it a stylish hobby, don't try to change them. The effort will be futile. What needs to be changed is Polish legislation in this area.
Bzibzioh  
1 Sep 2009 /  #17
Harry

time means

Wroclaw Boy

Molly Malone

Save your sanctimonious claptrap: I've heard it all. Educate yourself first. Than we can talk.

Bunch of ridiculous city slickers.
Wroclaw Boy  
2 Sep 2009 /  #18
Ahh actually my back garden is big enough for a hunting ground, and i have plenty of wild life here.
Trevek 26 | 1,702  
2 Sep 2009 /  #19
To be fair, a lot of the hunters here make sausages too.
Wroclaw Boy  
2 Sep 2009 /  #20
What kind Kiełbasa?
Molly Malone  
2 Sep 2009 /  #21
Bzibzioh:
you are welcome to come over to my place and kill all the insects that pester me.
I get a bout of nausea every time I have to squash them and you are an educated person so you cope better with such tasks.
Bzibzioh  
2 Sep 2009 /  #22
you are welcome to come over to my place and kill all the insects that pester me.

As I said: you have no clue about hunting. But that will never stop you from offering your ignorant opinion.
Harry  
2 Sep 2009 /  #23
Personally I was brought up in the country and am a fairly good shot. Although I shoot only clays. I really don't have much of a problem with people choosing to kill animals; they'll do it whether I approve or not and it's completely legal for them to do so. What I do dislike is people who claim that they hunt solely for food. Statements like that are complete and utter bollocks. You hunt because you get off on killing animals.
time means 5 | 1,310  
2 Sep 2009 /  #24
Explain to me what pleasure there is in killing?

Answer the question Bzib, i have asked quite a few so called hunters the same and none of them can give a straight answer.

You hunt because you get off on killing animals.

Harry has hit the nail on the head.
Wroclaw Boy  
2 Sep 2009 /  #25
I can totally see the thrill of hunting, im sure i would love it. However i choose not too as i would not be able to sleep at night with images of wounded animals flashing in and out of my brain all in the name of sport or pleasure.

In the old days in it was coinsidered masculine to kill the worlds most ferocious creatures yes, now a days its just a sport, leisure activity. If somebody actually enjoys this, well i cant understand that.
Bzibzioh  
2 Sep 2009 /  #26
I can totally see the thrill of hunting, im sure i would love it.

Thrill? Hunting is 99% of work and 1% of thrill. I'm talking about real hunt.

I saw that you removed your macho avatar. Felt hypocritical much?

If somebody actually enjoys this, well i cant understand that.

Well, I don't understand peoples spending whole evenings in pubs or bars; I can't see the point but why would I feel like criticizing them?

Although I shoot only clays.

Problem with clays is that no matter how long you cook them - you can't eat them.

You hunt because you get off on killing animals.

I don't.

Harry has hit the nail on the head.

Nope. I just like the meat. Killing is the least attractive part of it but since they are not going to shot themselves somebody has to do it.

i would not be able to sleep at night with images of wounded animals

If you are wounding them you are very lousy hunter. The point is to kill in one clean shot.

Answer the question Bzib, i have asked quite a few so called hunters the same and none of them can give a straight answer.

You'd have to try it first. Either you get it or you don't. Not something you can explain to a civilian.
Molly Malone  
3 Sep 2009 /  #27
Bzibzioh,
Basically, all meat-eaters attacking hunters are hypocritical and I have always realised it.
It doesn't make and difference if you participate in the act of killling or simply eat the meat, except, hunting is more honest because you participate in the whole process from the beginning to the end and don't just give someone a reason to kill. This is quite a complex civilisational issue and to be honest, if everyone was to kill their dinner the world would be much simpler, because then people would be given a real choice about who they are. SOme of us would become vegetarians, others would hunt. Everybody would know what they eat, which is not the case now. We think we buy hamburgers or some other kind of processed meat but in fact yearly we eat kilograms of preservatives added to ground bones and skins and bowels.

I used to know a Welsh aristocrat who always said that she would only eat the meat of creatures that she herself could kill and I understand this. As a result she ate only fish.

That's why, just in case you didn't notice, I am not calling you names here on this forum or telling you to go and educate yourself.

I used to be a vegetarian for ten years and I am trying to quit eating meat again. Also for selfish reasons, because I know that vegetarianism will decrease colon cancer risk, amongst other risks. Very good meat without chemical additives is exceptionally expensive, too and you will never buy it via regular retail outlets. Also, we are natural herbivores. Our digestive systems and teeth point to this. It is easier fot us to digest plants than meat.

You have not convinced me. If someone kills me, and of they do it in one straight shot, I am still not going to be grateful to them. People sentenced to capital punishment don't feel grateful to the American govt for all scientific research aiming to make execution as painless and humane as possible.

Once again, why are we discussing this, anyway? I am not trying to make you stop hunting. I am simply saying that I am not interested in killing and I don't wish to watch death - I have witnessed it and drawn my own conclusions, thank you.
Bzibzioh  
3 Sep 2009 /  #28
We think we buy hamburgers or some other kind of processed meat but in fact yearly we eat kilograms of preservatives added to ground bones and skins and bowels.

That is why I like deer's meat: no added preservatives, antibiotics etc. And is very tasty too.

It is easier fot us to digest plants than meat.

I don't agree. Look at cows' belly; they eat just grass. We don't have those kilometers of guts to process it.

If someone kills me, and of they do it in one straight shot, I am still not going to be grateful to them.

If you are dead in millisecond you'd have no time to ponder any dilemma. And one straight shot makes that you don't suffer.

I am simply saying that I am not interested in killing

And nobody is asking you to do it. Just don't patronize, ridicule and judge those who do.
Harry  
3 Sep 2009 /  #29
If you are wounding them you are very lousy hunter. The point is to kill in one clean shot.

And you of course are so good that you always kill with a single shot.

In other news: Pope not Catholic! Bears never sh!t in the woods!
time means 5 | 1,310  
3 Sep 2009 /  #30
Basically, all meat-eaters attacking hunters are hypocritical

Rubbish, have you read anything on here? We are talking about hunting for so called sport or a hobby (killing for fun) Hunting for food to survive is another matter.

Answer the question Bzib

Still waiting.

Either you get it or you don't

What, bloodlust?

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