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The White Horse buck with Paul Childerley

The rolling hills of Wiltshire provide fertile ground for Paul Childerley to stalk an opportune roebuck. During a Shooter King photo shoot, Mark Bellamy, my fellow ambassador (and model) for the brand, invited me to hunt at one of his

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First steps in the field

As the opening of the roebuck season draws close, David Barrington Barnes recalls his first ever stalks after the UK’s most beloved deer species. If ever I had any doubts about becoming a deer stalker, these were dispelled by my

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Cull Planning

Respected stalker Mark Brackstone shares his methods of cull evaluation and his unique system of data recording when managing the roe in his area of Wiltshire

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Opening Objective

Chris Dalton remembers a start to the roebuck season with a DSC 2 client that couldn’t have gone much better

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Bucking the Trend

Don’t just head out on 1 April and shoot the best buck you have – put in a proper roebuck management plan as you do with the does, says Chris Dalton

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Suck it and see

Some experts will tell you there’s no point calling foxes in the spring. The adults have heard it all before, and anyway they’re busy looking after the cubs, which are generally born around mid-March.

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A Call For Composure

The rut is the most anticipated time of the year for roe deer stalkers – but Dominic Griffith urges self-discipline at all times despite the excitement

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A year in foxing

When and where should you be to shoot foxes? Mike Powell goes through 12 months in the life of Vulpes vulpes, their habits and preferred locations

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