roe deer

Snow stalking

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

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Anatolian adventure

Roebuck are a popular quarry in many European countries, but not many hunters travel to Asia to engage the species. Thomas Nissen joins one hunter who did

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September Spoils

Red, fallow, roe and even muntjac – September presents sporting opportunities like no other month, says David Barrington Barnes

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The Alder Buck

Editor in Chief Pete Carr is bested time and time again by a wary old buck, and a valuable lesson was learned before finally grassing the elusive beast

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Take Five

Can’t wait for 1 April? There’s plenty to do even before the season starts. Dominic Griffith advises there are five tasks responsible deer managers should be getting on with now

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Hinds, camera, action!

Chris Dalton and cameraman decamp to a central Scottish estate with the aim of getting a hind in the larder and the stalk on The Shooting Show

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Roebuck Fever

Not everything goes to plan, even when you’re Chris Dalton. Here Chris relates a story of a May roebuck hunt in which nerves got the better of his client

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