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    A special field

    Hi All
    I've put a few post's on recently about some of my Roe stalking.

    I mentioned a few posts back about a small field I have which has produced a lot of Roebucks.
    Its only approx 400X300X300X200 yards but has produced probably 15 bucks in the last three seasons.
    I've had a mate shoot a Gold, I shot a malform which sits in my gunroom, several nice bucks shot by mates which may have scored high but have never been measured and quite a lot of culls. Which considering I only probably visit this field about half a dozen times a season aint bad for a little field. I've had quite a few members off the SD site shoot there so a few will know it.

    Here's a few pic's of some of the Bucks shot there in the last three seasons
















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    very nice indeed cracking pictures all the best,wayne

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    One hell of a field Wayne, what do you put it down to, Habitat, the area under stalked and do you see the same with the doe population,

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithp18 View Post
    One hell of a field Wayne, what do you put it down to, Habitat, the area under stalked and do you see the same with the doe population,
    It belongs to one of my farmers but is away from the main farm.

    It is surrounded by small holdings and a narrow strip of woodland on the top of a ridge line.

    When its put up for hay it draws deer like a magnet. In the winter the wind blows straight through the wood and theres stock in the field and you hardly see a deer there. There is a high poplulation in the area due to a lot pony paddocks, large gardens and small nature reserves all adding up to quite a large area with no deer management.
    I've shot some nice heads on the other farms and if anything the quality seems to be going up the more I shoot.

    I shoot very few does here due to the nature of the ground its a cold bleak place in winter and they melt back into the FC woods and the nature reserves.

    Wayne

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    Is that the field we called in at on the way back from Dorset last year mate?
    the one we were going to stalk in our soft shoes LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES View Post
    Hi All
    I've put a few post's on recently about some of my Roe stalking.

    I mentioned a few posts back about a small field I have which has produced a lot of Roebucks.
    Its only approx 400X300X300X200 yards but has produced probably 15 bucks in the last three seasons.
    I've had a mate shoot a Gold, I shot a malform which sits in my gunroom, several nice bucks shot by mates which may have scored high but have never been measured and quite a lot of culls. Which considering I only probably visit this field about half a dozen times a season aint bad for a little field. I've had quite a few members off the SD site shoot there so a few will know it.

    Here's a few pic's of some of the Bucks shot there in the last three seasons
    Remember it well, Thank You again Wayne. Your Deer Attraction Endorphines worked well that night.
    Position and hold must be firm enough to support the firearm
    The firearm must point naturally at the target without any undue physical effort
    Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct
    The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

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    Quote Originally Posted by www.yorkshireroestalking. View Post
    Is that the field we called in at on the way back from Dorset last year mate?
    the one we were going to stalk in our soft shoes LOL.
    Hi John

    No that was the Fallow special field this ones about two mile down the road and never seen a Fallow there. Stone did shoot a Munty there once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tartinjock View Post
    Remember it well, Thank You again Wayne. Your Deer Attraction Endorphines worked well that night.
    Hi TJ

    They were appearing like jack in the box's that night


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    you want to have a word with that wierdo with the prohunter and the big bino's, get him to buy a decent rifle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad Gary View Post
    you want to have a word with that wierdo with the prohunter and the big bino's, get him to buy a decent rifle!
    Just think how much money that trip cost you after you fondled my Blaser

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