This country is seen by many as an unattractive destination and as a non-EU Member State it is also quite complicated to visit. Yes, unfortunately I agree with this statement, further enhanced by my own experience with the unwillingness of the Serbian police and bribable customs officers. One thing, however, is that the quail hunting isn´t allowed by the legislation of any other, geographically closer European country, and even if it was allowed, the quantity is nowhere like in Serbia.
For quail hunting, the hunting grounds are located in the north of the country, especially near the town Senta. I suggest a hunting stay for 3 days, with the first trip scheduled for the afternoon of the arrival and the final one for the morning of the departure. Guests have at their disposal 4 walks for quails and one walk at lunch time (on the 2nd day of stay) for ring pigeons and turtledoves. With a bit of hunting luck, the average shooter has no problem catching 20-30 quails per day, or 40-50 pigeons. The quail is hunted for in form of a rough shooting (3-6 shooters with the help of pointers or trackers) and pigeons by pass-shooting (mostly in sunflowers). The caught quails will be prepared by the staff for lunch or dinner.
The introductory words about the level of Serbia weren´t meant to discourage you from visiting this country, but I only considered it essential to inform you of what you might encounter here. I will make it easier for you when crossing the Hungarian-Serbian border, or vice versa, I will be waiting for you at the border crossing point and will arrange all formalities related to the import or export of weapons and ammunition for you. In terms of accommodation and food, they are on an excellent level, as well as the organization of the hunt itself.
As in Romania, here is also a relatively good population of roe deer, but Hungary provides far more opportunities in this respect, and the price difference between these countries is not, in my opinion, such as to guide my guests to hunt for roe deer in Serbia. Of the other game species, in terms of amount and quality, there is no species of game that could not be hunted for in a more developed country.