The West Highlands of Scotland represent some of the most dramatic landscapes in the UK and arguably the world, here the stalking and hunting of deer has been a way of life for generations.
The UK has six species of deer. Why not cast your net a little wider this December?
Professional Deer Stalker Peter Jones makes plain his feelings about head shooting.
November 1st is one of the most significant dates in the deer stalkers calendar, Peter Jones explains why.
Peter Jones looks at the history of women in Deer Stalking and the need to involve all people, regardless of gender, age and background in the joys of managing and stalking deer.
'Changes are afoot' - Peter Jones takes alook ahead at one of the highlights of the deer stalkers calendar.
On the 14th September the Capreolus Club held the first of this seasons stalk days, at its exclusive estate in West Sussex.
Regular author James Schneider has been a vocal advocate of the importance of introducing young people to the exciting world of field sports and the importance of good deer management and conservation. This month he looks at the challenges of noise abatement.
This month Peter Jones takes a look at the sheer joy of stalking the Scottish Highlands.
With the Muntjac Buck's now clean of velvet, Peter Jones stumbles on a medal class buck whilst out with a client.