Are we guilty of emphasising the worst aspects of hunting in our quest to tell a good story? Byron Pace investigates
Think digital scopes are just for night shooting? Think again…
Paul Childerley demonstrates that roe stalking excitement doesn’t end when the rut does, telling the tale of one buck that kept him heading out until the very end of the season
Red, fallow, roe and even muntjac – September presents sporting opportunities like no other month, says David Barrington Barnes
Stuart Wilson is joined in the high seat by newcomer Linford, who’s shot his first rabbits and foxes with Stuart and is now ready to try for a buck.
How do you account for variability in roe rut stalking? Two years ago, I could have called them in from the supermarket car park; last year nothing went right. How do I ensure this year is one of the good ones?
How do you take advantage of the roe rut and avoid disappointment? Dominic Griffith presents his definitive advice
Paul Childerley sets out on 1 August with the twin aims of controlling a group of errant fallow bucks and filling the freezer with meat for a barbecue
Chris Dalton doesn’t often stalk on summer evenings, but a pair of bucks with their eyes (and antlers) on his fruit trees has him breaking the habit and heading out with the rifle