At last, with the season for females now underway, those with a genuine deer management job to do, can finally set about their work.
Dr Simon Lee looks at the post Roe rut lull and the onset of winter.
October is undeniably one of the most gripping months of the year to be deer stalking.
You may wish to consider the latest offering of FREE Cull days & themed Range days from the Capreolus club. Toby Worthington reveals more.
This past week saw BASC hold their ‘Talking Stalking’ evening at Berkshire College of Agriculture.
This is the best of times, with the deer stalking season proper, soon to get under way and with the thrill of the autumn ruts looming, we are at the very start of the most dramatic and exhilarating months of the deer stalkers year.
Every year, at the start of every new Fallow Buck Season, I invariably find myself remarking, just how heavy many of the Fallow Buck are.
With the 1st August there comes a sigh of relief amongst many stalkers and a turning point in the huntsman's calendar.
With the start of the 2017 Roe rut now only days away Peter Jones takes a look at an especially large Roebuck shot on CDS grounds and the variables that may have contributed to such a large head.
At County Deer Stalking missed shots are something that we constantly strive to reduce.