After taking big stag from the forestry a week earlier I was not too keen repeating this experience… 🙄 It was really hard work and without a friend’s help I would have never taken it out the forestry in one
Many people associate Scottish deer stalking with open hill, stalking deer during daylight after breakfast admiring breathtaking scenery. However, not all have access to open ground and for the rest of us is forestry stalking. The scenery is not as
After quite a long break from stalking I finally got out again. A friend kindly invited me (thanks mate) to join him hunting one September morning. We met just before 6am and after a quick drive to his ground I
I went out after roebucks again with a friend. Weather has been not great recently and we postponed it, but agreed to go out that Saturday morning. We met at 4:30 and it was quite light already as full moon
Shop UA Hunt – They won’t hear you. They won’t see you. They won’t smell you.
I have not had much luck on our syndicate’s ground this roebuck season. It is usually like that in April and as the forestry is on the hill it is much colder and all is delayed in comparison to lowland.
For many of us joining a deer stalking syndicate is the only way to get into stalking in this country. I have done my fair share of paid stalking and I still do if I only have some spare cash.