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
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.
A friend invited me to join him roe stalking on his ground not too far away. Finally we agreed to meet one Staurday morning and spend an hour or two on one of his high seats. I was quite nervous
Scotland is a prime destinations for deer stalkers from around the world. From trophy hunters shooting gold medal roebucks on East Coast, to stalkers looking for traditional hill deer stalking experience in Scottish Highlands, sika deer hunting on West Coast
Welcome! This is my first post here, hopefully one of many. Firstly, a short introduction. I am amateur deer stalker and have been deer stalking for the last 12 years. Originally from Poland, but moved to Scotland a few years