Deer Stalking is the term used in the UK to refer to Deer Hunting or the stealthy pursuit of deer. Though historically undertaken with the use of dogs modern deer stalking in the UK is typically undertaken with the use of a high powered rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.
I have said it before, and I’ll say it again: ‘I absolutely love March’. Professional stalker Peter S Jones looks at the month ahead.
What affect will the Coronavirus restrictions and the catastrophic fall in the price of venison have on deer numbers?
Professional hunter Peter Jones considers if the UK’s statutory ‘open season’ for females is fit for purpose.
Deer Stalker Training Available Online – The Proficient Deer Stalker Certificate Level 1 (PDS1). We look at the ground-breaking and innovative new Online version of the popular PDS1 deer stalking Course, that now enables candidates to complete their deer management qualification through e-learning.
Through the selective, sustainable shooting of these much loved but essentially invasive species, Christmas is our chance as hunters to claim the moral high ground.
Torrey Pines T20 Thermal Imager Review - Thermal Imagers are playing a larger part in deer stalking these days, here, after some time away, Dr Simon Lee returns with a review of the latest thermal imager from Torrey Pines, the T20X.
Capreolus Club member James Cartwright joins Ayrshire Stalking and his close friends from Sweden and Germany, to hunt Red Stag over the Kinnaird Estate, Scotland.
01st November is the most eagerly awaited date in the deer managers diary, we explain why.
In the UK the finest month of the year to be hunting Fallow Buck is October and there are few better ways to enjoy it, than by joining the Capreolus Club during one of its many overnight trips to the New Forest.