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
When foxing season arrives, it brings with it the realisation that I’ll be walking the beat again. I remember an occasion when my five colleagues and I met up early and set off without delay, knowing we had a tiring and full day in front of us.
￼Respected trophy measurer Dominic Griffiths looks forward to a new buck season, and defines the difference between typical and non-typical heads
Editor Pete Carr looks back to last year and his first foray out after an ageing roebuck at the beginning of the season
Guiding a friend in the early part of the buck season, Byron Pace takes a look at how to select the right animals and when The early part of the roebuck season is something special. It not only marks a…