# Fallow doe stalking w/ David Barrington Barnes

David Barrington Barnes is left frustrated following the difficulties he faced on his latest fallow doe stalking effort Credit: nickodoherty / Flickr Just three outings into the doe season I witnessed it happen. From my high seat I saw the

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# The off-season with David Barrington Barnes

The off-season for fallow is short, but it provides plenty of opportunities for the stalker to get ahead of the game, says David Barrington Barnes. It’s only in May, June and July – the close season for fallow deer –

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# Doe selection

As the deer seasons change, we give you all the advice you need to get the doe cull kicked off successfully this November

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# 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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# Relentless March

Do you really need March to cull roe does? Dominic Griffith makes the case for leaving the roe be and switching focus to fallow does instead

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# Behind on your doe cull? Fox control emergency to deal with? Sporting Rifle’s March 2018 issue has it all covered!

The winter months roll on, and they bring no end of hard work for the rifleman. Well, we’re here to help you get it all done. Behind on your doe cull, or got some emergency fox control to take care of? Sporting Rifle’s March 2018 issue has it all covered.

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