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Introducing new stalkers to roebuck

With a lightened workload ahead of the red stag season, Chris Dalton is able to enjoy the experience of introducing new stalkers to roebuck. To me, September is a slightly strange month in the stalking calendar. It is a great

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Red stag stalking with Chris Dalton

In Ayrshire, Chris Dalton takes an apprentice on the trail of elusive red stags. Credit: Catherine Clark/www.cjdolfinphotography.co.uk / Getty Images Of all the stalking I do these days by far the most enjoyable is when I am working with newcomers

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Best stalking scopes 2020: Our top 8 picks

As lockdown eases and retail comes back to life, you might be thinking about getting a new scope for stalking. To help, we asked Sporting Rifle contributor Byron Pace to pick his top 8 best stalking scopes. Of course, with

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Best rifle cartridges for roe

Expect a busy return to deer stalking and load up with this range of exceptional rounds for the coming season. Extreme Point Copper Impact  Extreme Point Copper Impact  Winchester’s Extreme Point ammo, which sports an extra-large tip for maximum energy

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The Shooting Show – Chris Dalton goes Roe Deer stalking

It’s a local stalk this time around, Chris and Graeme get the call from a farmer friend about some roe hammering his re-stock site so hop to it. The deer seem intent on giving the guys the run around for

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Deer Hunting: Unexpected Results w/ Chris Dalton

When it comes to deer hunting, June is often a quieter month on the roe front for us; in fact it’s quieter in general. Credit: James Warwick / Getty Images This isn’t because we have less deer hunting enquiries but

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The future of land management

Mike Powell reflects on the impact that ‘townies’ could have on the future of land management. I suppose it was almost inevitable! Going back about a year I lost a patch of ground I had shot over for half a

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First-time roebuck hunting

First time’s the charm. Chris Dalton reports on the East Lothian couple bagging an impressive roebuck. Credit: Alexander Zackrisson / FOAP / Getty Images May is a month where I often get a number of very good heads to measure

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Down the garden path

More used to the wilds of Scotland, Chris Dalton finds himself stalking muntjac in a rather more domestic setting February, as is tradition, sees me heading south with a team of rifles to help out Paul Childerley with his cull

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The Shooting Show – opportune fox on a roe doe stalk

Jamie’s out in the field after roe, but ends up coming home with an entirely different quarry species. It’s an illustration of how you never know what you’re going to get when stalking – and makes for some excellent footage

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