The ever-changing seasons always bring something new for the rifleman – and November brings one of the biggest changes of all. Roebucks are no longer in season and roe does have come in – while fallow, sika, red, Chinese water deer and muntjac are all in season in England and Wales too.
Chris Dalton juggles the jobs of guide and cameraman while on a group stalk on Paul Childerley’s patch in Bedfordshire
Red, fallow, roe and even muntjac – September presents sporting opportunities like no other month, says David Barrington Barnes
Robert Bucknell relates a case of mistaken identity relating to a tailless fox and shows you how to get the best out of thermal and electronic callers
Armed with the new Zeiss Conquest V6 riflescope, Paul Childerley sets himself the ultimate stalking task: Four species, three estates, one day
David Barrington Barnes reflects on why May is his month of choice for roebuck stalking
David Barrington Barnes revels in the glory of hitting a three-digit target number on a deer cull. Share his recollections as he goes back over a (personal) record year of hunting.
Paul Childerley welcomes a team of European hunting journalists to the UK, with the aim of guiding them into fallow, muntjac and Chinese water deer. The pressure is on…
Describing deer as vermin is anathema to most – but, says John Bryan, it may not be as far off the mark as you think Discussing deer as vermin might not be as outlandish as you might think. To begin…
Irish sika stalking expert Jason Doyle brings you the lowdown on the concept of maximum point-blank range. Not sure? How about this: Never having to alter the point of aim on deer anywhere from 130 to 250 yards. It could…