There is a dizzying array of calibres available for the hunter to choose from – Will O’Meara helps cut through the confusion and make the right choice
Chris Dalton relates a successful effort to get newcomers into deer stalking, with a client who started as a vegetarian now established as a stalker on her own ground
The first rule of stalking is “work the wind”. But the rules are not set in stone. Here’s how to achieve success if the wind isn’t with you
I am due to be some hunting dangerous game. Should I go for the traditional appeal of open sights? Or would a more traditional optic suit me best?
The hunting fraternity needs a better public image, but it’s no good waiting for a saviour. The time for hunters and shooters to be a force for positive change is now
Chris Dalton takes a Spanish stalker out after a roe buck, with one unusual problem – he has never managed to take one while accompanied by his girlfriend. Can they break the curse?
Editor in Chief Pete Carr is bested time and time again by a wary old buck, and a valuable lesson was learned before finally grassing the elusive beast
Can’t wait for 1 April? There’s plenty to do even before the season starts. Dominic Griffith advises there are five tasks responsible deer managers should be getting on with now
I’m planning on heading to the Highlands this year for some stalking on more open ground. Do I need a new scope?