Available: Dean boar

Jimmymac

Member
Hi Barry.
Do you have any availability for some wild boar shooting? Happy to come and stay in caravan.
I have my own gun but might need to get a night scope.
 

hammo

Well-Known Member
Hope you have a good result hammo. Atb mate. David. :thumb:
David
I am really looking forward to it. This will be my first ever paid trip, and I hope a few more to come this year. Seem to be a lot of opportunities out there, but with wildly varying prices. Moving forward a trip to Europe later I hope, then further afield.
Will be looking for recommendations and guidance to hopefully avoid an expensive disaster trip.
I have dropped down to two cals now, 17 Hornet for small stuff, and my 8x57 for everything else. Definately want to take my own Rifle away on trips.
Andy
 
Due to the number of calls I am getting from past clients, I am going to offer boar shooting again starting in August.

This will be limited to only several outings per month during the full moon.

Pm for more information.

Update to this post

I am now operating several days a week and throughout the year but avoiding sows which have dependent followers which can be clearly identified using thermal.

Shooting is from enclosed towers with comfortable chairs overlooking bait sites which are located 50 mtrs away and where the pigs come to feed throughout the night.

Its £150 per night but there are no other fees for shots or trophies and no limits on the numbers you shoot as my shoots are for pest control/damage limitation.

Deer which are in season and during legal light conditions may also be taken included in the price and these are, Roe, Fallow and Munty with Fallow being the most prevalent.

Carcass for both deer and boar is £1 lb should you wish to take it home and a trichinella testing kit will be included for you to send off any samples for testing should you wish to do so.

I have a 4 berth caravan on site which has gas and electricity which you can also use for free should you wish to get some rest before your journey home as some people like to sit out all night.

Some form of n/v equipment is required with thermal being the best but I have an estate rifle with an Atn thermal scope fitted if you have nothing suitable.

Lamping is not suitable as the boar normally take to the woods but a scope mounted light with a green pill seems to be effective.
Hi can you tell me if you have any opportunities in Feb for boar shooting for 2 people and what the cost is please .
 
Due to the number of calls I am getting from past clients, I am going to offer boar shooting again starting in August.

This will be limited to only several outings per month during the full moon.

Pm for more information.

Update to this post

I am now operating several days a week and throughout the year but avoiding sows which have dependent followers which can be clearly identified using thermal.

Shooting is from enclosed towers with comfortable chairs overlooking bait sites which are located 50 mtrs away and where the pigs come to feed throughout the night.

Its £150 per night but there are no other fees for shots or trophies and no limits on the numbers you shoot as my shoots are for pest control/damage limitation.

Deer which are in season and during legal light conditions may also be taken included in the price and these are, Roe, Fallow and Munty with Fallow being the most prevalent.

Carcass for both deer and boar is £1 lb should you wish to take it home and a trichinella testing kit will be included for you to send off any samples for testing should you wish to do so.

I have a 4 berth caravan on site which has gas and electricity which you can also use for free should you wish to get some rest before your journey home as some people like to sit out all night.

Some form of n/v equipment is required with thermal being the best but I have an estate rifle with an Atn thermal scope fitted if you have nothing suitable.

Lamping is not suitable as the boar normally take to the woods but a scope mounted light with a green pill seems to be effective.
When is your next outing
 

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