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    DSC2 what does it entail?

    a breakdown of whats involved please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scots_stalker View Post
    a breakdown of whats involved please
    If you type in dscl 2 bds have pages off info on the criteria you need to achieve .that would be by far the easiest way as there's a lot there and probably take hours to type out

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    Hi Scots_stalker,

    Dsc2 proves, via the using of approved witnesses and written stalking experience, combined with questions that you are a competent person to stalk the 6 deer species in Uk on your own, that you are a competent person to carry out a thorough grallocking on the animal that you stalk into, to enter the food chain.

    Mark

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    Hello,

    By far the best initial point of call is DMQ themselves.

    Main page is here - DMQ Setting the standard for wild deer management

    DSC2 synopsis is here - DSC2 and the drop down box you get when you select DSC2 from the first page gives you much more detail.

    Finally - DMQ Setting the standard for wild deer management gives you access to the various relevant notes and the actual portfolio.

    Going direct, you cut out any misinformation, hyperbole, bun fight, personal agenda ad nauseum - just saying, not referring to anything in particular

    In terms of advise per se - I always suggest talking to any proposed AW by phone etc in advance. If a 5 minute telephone conversation is strained or the chemistry just isn't there etc; well spending several hours together out stalking is going to be no pleasure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moray Outfitting View Post
    Hello,

    By far the best initial point of call is DMQ themselves.

    Main page is here - DMQ Setting the standard for wild deer management

    DSC2 synopsis is here - DSC2 and the drop down box you get when you select DSC2 from the first page gives you much more detail.

    Finally - DMQ Setting the standard for wild deer management gives you access to the various relevant notes and the actual portfolio.

    Going direct, you cut out any misinformation, hyperbole, bun fight, personal agenda ad nauseum - just saying, not referring to anything in particular

    In terms of advise per se - I always suggest talking to any proposed AW by phone etc in advance. If a 5 minute telephone conversation is strained or the chemistry just isn't there etc; well spending several hours together out stalking is going to be no pleasure.
    I can only echo what Andy has written. I would also point out to those intending on taking their Level 2 to be aware that this is not a paper exercise. It is bring confident and experienced enough to carry out the 3 ICR to a safe, ethical, clean standard on 3 deer over 3 years. It does not involve your taking all 6 species of deer in the U.K.

    But before embarking on your Level 2 make sure you have enough knowledge and experience before applying.
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