We have decades of experience from seal hunting in Norway, hence also a ton of video, images and most importantly - experience to share. We hope it will inspire hunters from all around the globe.
Can I go seal hunting in Norway and will you be my guide?
At some point you also might ask yourself - is it possible for me to go seal hunting in Norway? Yes, and we sure can help. Please find our contact details here. or read more about our guided seal hunt here.
Why do you kill those charming seals?
Let there be no doubt whatsoever: seals are gracious creatures. They have large beautiful eyes and can be quite trustworthy towards humans. As hunters we seek to respect our prey and conduct our hunting as humane and decent as possible. We take pride in putting the seal to its final sleep using one well placed bullet to the head (no serious seal hunter aims elsewhere). Amongst hordes of degenerated urban living humans who believe that hamburgers grow on trees, one of our major challenges is to educate people on the fact that humans are on top of the food chain, therefore we kill and eat other creatures. This fact applies just as much to the adoring free living seal, as it does to the slightly less charming billions of manufactured chickens at the factory. We do off course prefer the seal and the deer, the moose, the reindeer, the duck and goose and all the other species that put flavor to our life and our meals. You simply canīt beat the meat that is harvested from Mother Nature herself. Most importantly however, is our duty to honor our hunting heritage. This we do by keeping our edges sharp and ensure that future generations grow up learning how to handle guns and how to successfully hunt just about anything. Seals are no exception.