woodland

  1. Monocular

    Hi all, Does anyone out there with normal sight in both eyes use a monocular for woodland stalking? I understand that one wouldn't necessarily get the depth perception that you would with binoculars but I like the idea of carrying something a bit smaller than standard binos that I'm not going...
  2. Available: Northumberland roe stalking.

    Northumberland roe stalking Roe Buck stalking some dates available for 2015. £60 per outing plus £20 per shot. Stalks 3-4 hours. Cost is per person. AM and PM stalks available, some week nights during summer months. Stalking from high seats or on foot. Novices welcome, with full guidance...
  3. Deer in thick cover.

    Hi Folks. The woodland manager that looks after the estate were I have permission to shoot is giving me a hard time over the amount of damage being done to mature larch and fir. I know there is a large amount of red deer in the woodland but the problem is that there is no way of shooting...
  4. Wanted: Observing a stalk

    Hi, Not sure if this is the right place to post this request, mods, feel free to move if it is not. Just thought I would ask if it would be possible to observe some Deer hunting and stalking? Primarily interested in observing woodland/forest stalking. If you wouldn't mind letting me tag along...

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