Schetz says he flew into Frankfurt for this hunt where he was met and transported to Trittenheim, which he describes as an excellent destination for anyone traveling with a non-hunting spouse. Accommodations were at a small winery/B&B run by Otto Bollig (011-49-6507-2281; www.otto-bollig.de) where the food and wines were excellent. Bollig also coordinated the local hunting. To avoid gun issues traveling to Germany, Schetz borrowed a high-quality Sauer rifle with a scope. Though German hunting regulations are notoriously strict, Schetz said it was no problem to hunt there. "At present, hunting in Germany is the same as other countries in Europe: No problem to get a license, if you have one from your home country, but I believe you must have a guide," he says. Overall, Schetz gives the entire experience an excellent rating, and tells us his hunt cost $4,500. "Good hunting. Wonderful, scenic wine area. Very friendly people. Everyone spoke English, but I insisted on using my so-so German."