Visit us in Germany’s first outdoor showroom for hunting!
Convince yourself of the comfort of our premium hunting blinds.
Together we will find the hunting blind that suits you.
The individual premium hunting blinds from Zauberjagd are "Made in Germany". We only work with regional partners. The premium hunting blinds can be set up or dismantled as often as required.
The pulpit is made out of aluminum honeycomb which is self insulating, lightweight and robust. The interior can be finished according to individual desires.
The steel frame and aluminum honeycomb pulpit are impervious to seasonal conditions. Our products are certified by kwf.
Our self-sufficient system captures the suns energy via rooftop solar panels and provides electricity on demand via a control panel inside the pulpit.
Our premium hunting blinds can be removed leaving no trace. Even the individual foundations can be removed with a special device. They can safely be stored outdoors for several years.
We are there for you both virtually and personally. Visit Germany's first outdoor showroom for hunting in the Eifel-Mosel-Saar region!
I was particularly impressed by the steel stud frame and the fact that you can either assemble the hunting grounds yourself or have them delivered ready-made. With the step-by-step assembly instructions, Zauberjagd made it very easy for us to assemble the hunting blind.Jens B., hunting ground around Hamburg, Germany
Patrick Jonas responded to two individual requests: the inside of the pulpit is more thickly insulated than the standard model, and the heating output has also been increased in order to defy the very cold temperatures. A thank you to Patrick Jonas and his young dynamic team, who left no questions unanswered. In this sense Waidmannsheil!Tobias Stöhr, hunting ground in Sweden
You'll find more press coverage in German here.
We were interviewd by "Welt am Sonntag". This article was translated and published from pledgetimes.com as well. "Patrick Jonas, a passionate hunter from Rhineland-Palatinate, has had bad experiences climbing ailing…