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  1. Site running again

    Great to see the site is up and running again. Well done to those involved. Cheers, Rob
  2. Easy jet and ammunition

    Hi I'm flying up to Inverness with Easy Jet at the end of the week for a couple of days on the hill. Previously when I've flown up with my rifle, I've been lucky enough to have friends who were also driving up, so they took the ammunition, but this time I'll also be taking the ammunition on...
  3. Perruque

    Afternoon A friend of mine shot this buck last week down near Warminster in Wiltshire. He's never seen a perruque in the flesh and nor have I, so I said that I'd post the picture to see what other members thought. Is it a typical example...? Cheers, Rob
  4. Not in summer coat yet

    Evening Here's a picture of the buck I shot last night. He's certainly the finest buck I've ever shot and I am thinking about a full 'cape mount'. As you can see, he's still in his winter coat, although he's started to lose it in patches, although there aren't too many of these on the neck...
  5. Down Under

    For those that don't know him, Major General Peter Cosgrove is an 'Australian treasure!' General Cosgrove was interviewed on the radio recently. This is one of the best comeback lines of all time. It is a portion of an ABC interview between a female broadcaster and General Cosgrove who was...
  6. Range guessing

    Evening all Most of my stalking is in woodlands, shots never really going further than 120 yrds and I have never needed a range finder. Yesteday I stalked with a friend in Wiltshire, over the rolling plains and realised just how bad I am at range estimation. It was almost a disastrous...
  7. Hair brain.

    I know I run the risk of ridicule making this post, but if it can help someone else avoid the situation then it’s got to be worth it… Whilst the deer I shoot don’t have many ticks on them, there are always a few keds. I hang my deer in a lean-to during the winter, using a length of cord to...
  8. Boar Collisions

    Hi Have there been any serious road traffic accidents involving pigs/boar in the UK yet? I don't remember reading/seeing anything. Gerry, have you had to operate on any casualties lately? Cheers, Rob
  9. The Stalking Directory on tour - Quex Museum, Kent, May 2008

    The Stalking Directory goes to The Quex Museum, Birchington, Kent. Saturday 17th/Sunday 18th May 2008. www.quexmuseum.org Many of you will know that a regular contributor to this site, Sikamalc (aka Malcolm), is also curator of the Quex Museum in Kent. Famed for it’s collection of animals...
  10. More than just a token jesture is needed...

    A friend I was stalking with at the weekend, was telling me about a driven boar shoot he went on at the end of last year. It was arranged through one of the largest sporting agents that operates in the UK and Europe and he's been on 3 or 4 previous trips with them and had a fantastic time...
  11. Going from strength to strength

    Evening It was only a few months ago that I was going on about how pleased I was that 92,000 pages had been viewed on this site over a 30 day period. Thanks to the quality of so many of the threads recently, this figure has now grown to over 186,000 pages in the last 30 days! Many thanks...
  12. Scotland 2007

    Back at the end of November 2007, I was up on the Mauld Estate, not far from Cannich (Inverness). Addie Fraser (left) is the stalker and on the right is Paul a friend from down here in SW England. We were about to set off for a day on the hill. For me, this is the best picture I took whilst...
  13. Window Stickers

    Evening I'm getting some window stickers printed to promote The Stalking Directory. First of all I was just going to get some circular ones printed with the logo, as per the top left of this page - but that felt a little formal, too BASC or BDS. So I thought that it would be better if I...
  14. Summer Bucks

    I know the warmth of the long summer evenings and roe buck stalking are just a memory now, but here you go... Once you're on the site, find 'Wild About Deer', by scrolling through the Fieldsports section. http://www.countrychannel.tv/player.php There's quite a bit on this site. Rob
  15. Any more issues with logging onto the site?

    Hi Must apologise to those who've had problems logging onto the site recently. The change over of server put a few gremlins in the system. If anyone is still having problems, please could you email me at: rob@thestalkingdirectory.co.uk Cheers, Rob Editor
  16. Good Christmas present

    Hi I was very lucky this year and got a great Christmas present - 'Ultimate Venison Cookery' by Nicola Fletcher. It's not your usual recipe book, although there are some really interesting recipes which I'll be trying out just as soon as the venison defrosts. It takes you though the...
  17. New section

    As MarkH pointed out, how can we claim to have a half decent deer stalking site without a dedicated section for dogs and tracking? He was right, and here it is. Cheers, Rob Editor
  18. Hiding from the mother in law

    For those of you who have to enjoy (or endure) the company of your mother-in-law this Christmas, here's a good way of avoiding her attention. Health warning: Depending on the size of your mother-in-law this may not be recommended. Cheers, Rob
  19. Reloading & Butcher Day

    Hi I was trying to organise a day last Spring for a reloading and butchery demonstration, but unfortunately time was against me. I will however, be looking to get something organised next Spring, so I will keep everyone updated when I have more info about date, venue etc... Cheers...
  20. I'm going to beat the drum again...

    Hi I know that I'm in danger of boring you all with the latest site statistics (again), but at the end of last month I said that we had more than 92,000 pages downloaded from site in the previous 30 days. The figures have now gone through the roof and in the last 30 days 101,262 have been...
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