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The Shooting Show – Pete Carr goes Roe Deer culling

Pete Carr is out on a roe doe cull on the latest episode of The Shooting Show A beautiful morning, stalking some of Yorkshire’s finest ground, low wind conditions are making stalking a little difficult, but there is an abundance

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The Shooting Show – Roe doe cull

Don’t miss the latest episode of the Shooting Show, as director Pete Carr finally has some decent weather to go out on the roe doe cull. There is plenty to go at but with all the crops and cover down,

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How to complete your late roe doe season cull

The roe doe season finishes at the end of March for rifle hunters and gamekeepers, and the sooner you can get your cull done, the better. Here’s how to do it… Get to know your deer and plan carefully (Credit:

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Stalking test

Chris Dalton juggles tasks and experiences plentiful ups and downs while guiding two visiting Irish clients on their final DSC Level 2 witnessed stalks. Credit: Frank Sommariva / Getty Images Being a professional stalker involves a lot more than just

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Buck calling 101

Credit:JMrocek / Getty Images Bring them running in with Stuart Wilson’s guide to the basics of roebuck calling Watching foxes run in to a distress call when the conditions are right is very exciting, and this can prove useful all

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The Shooting Show – roe doe and buck stalking in changing seasons

The latest episode of The Shooting Show is now available! We were out filming nearly every day at the end of March and start of April, aiming to get a roe in the larder, then a roebuck. And we did

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Stalking getaway with Paul Childerley

Getting a break from the constant demands of being a gamekeeper, Paul Childerley heads out for an evening of much-needed R&R: rifle and roebucks. I set off on a sunny afternoon in May to try my luck on a roebuck and

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The March 2019 issue of Sporting Rifle is out now!

March can bring a real change in the weather, daylight hours and temperature – but the sportsman’s aims remain the same. It’s the last month of roe doe stalking, and also a crucial time to get out after foxes at night before the hours of darkness get short and the lambs arrive.

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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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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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