# The doe imperative

Editor-in-chief Pete Carr considers the selection and methods behind the doe cull and the importance of achieving the right ratio on one’s stalking ground

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# Winter work – the doe cull

The season for roe and fallow does is shorter than that for the bucks and is necessarily further shortened through days lost to bad weather and the pressures of game shooting.

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# Roe Doe Stalking: Underrated Sport

Byron Pace says that while roe doe stalking might not offer the trophies of its summer counterpart, it’s still a worthwhile enterprise with its own rewards

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# Does at dusk

Sporting Rifle’s Byron Pace offers up his observations during the doe cull, and reflects on hunting with friends and family For a lot of stalkers, the end of the roebucks brings with it an immediate longing for the following season

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# Dos and don’ts of the doe cull

Chris Dalton examines the best ways to keep your populations in check

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