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    Which species is the hardest to stalk?

    Hello all,Just a question of curiosity? I noticed a tread recently asking how many different deer species that you have present in a forest that you stalk. Some member were lucky enough to have a number of different species. My personal experience is with Fallow, Red and Sika. I would be interested to hear about the other deer species resident in the UK.My question is in your opinion which species is the hardest species to stalk in a forest that may contain a number of deer species.Many Thanks Glendine.
    Last edited by Glendine; 13-03-2013 at 15:25.

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    Fallow due to numbers of eyes watching you followed by Munties due to their habit of constant movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glyn 1 View Post
    Sika!
    ha, ha.....

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    This one was done a while back but i cant find the link..

    Woodland Fallow imo
    Blessed be the sheeple for they shall inherit bugger all...

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    Wild ducks on the foreshore. Took me five years to shoot one. Deerstalking's a complete doddle in comparison. Because deer can't fly, probably.

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    There all as hard as each other or that's how it appears when i go stalking - I never see any, sneaky buggers

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    Squirrels... sneaky, lightning fast little sods.

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