March is supposed to bring better weather, but when Storm Emma hit in March 2018, Chris Dalton was forced to come up with new stalking plans in a hurry… Last March I had intended to have four days in one…
Paul Childerley heads to Slovenia for the hunt of a lifetime amid not one but two mountain ranges
Though maligned by some as unsporting, collective deer moving days can be ethical and effective when carried out properly, says David Barrington Barnes
Do you think it’s worth going out after foxes in the daytime in winter? I work nights so I’m limited to daytime shooting.
I’d like to organise a collaborative culling day on my ground this winter. Is it a good idea?
Chris Dalton witnesses a real stalking hero at work as he takes out Stevie, who lost both his legs in the Gulf War
Editor-in-chief Pete Carr looks at the pros and cons of practising the doe cull in snowy conditions, and everything you must consider when heading out with the rifle
Hunting with his son, Daryl Crimp faces a race against time to get into an old tahr bull before the unforgiving weather closes in
Called upon to test a new tripod, Will O’Meara comes up with the toughest test conditions you can imagine: a snowbound hill stalk in Wicklow