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.
For deer stalkers August serves as the prelude to the autumn shooting season, a gentle warm up before the ruts of the larger species get under way from late September into October, and the start of the season for females in November.
We explain why the Capreolus Club deer stalking & shooting syndicate is such great value and why now is the optimum time to join.
We consider the factors that contribute to an enjoyable outings deer stalking.
We explain why late July and early August is the optimum time of year to be stalking Roebuck.
Ever considered a Pre-World War 1 .303 Lee-Enfield rifle for deer stalking? Professional stalkers Paul Symons & Peter Jones set out to hunt Roe deer in the UK countryside with this iconic rilfe.
County Deer Stalking & Capreolus Club become a key corporate supporter of the 'The Country Food Trust' charity.
The widely accepted paradigm is that June is a poor month for Roebuck, this may not be true.
We look at the difference between the DSC1 and PDS1 deer stalking certificate, and why Swarovski Optik have thrown their support behind the PDS1.
We look at some great news for UK deer stalking qualifications and how our deer are behaving during one of the UK’s busiest months for Roebuck.