kent roe

andy stalker

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#1
the roe in this picture was shot in kent i have a 200 acre farm with a good head of roe on it and of good quality the ground is very sandy and thier teeth wear very quick this deer had no front teeth and a lot of wear on the back teeth, is thier any one out thier in kent with roe
 

Andy L

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#2
Roe seem to be popping up all around us at the moment. Lamberhurst, Goudhurst, Horsmonden. I have had 3 bucks and 2 does this year. Just trying to get a bit more ground in Lamberhurst that has a load on it as well.
 
K

Kent

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#4
It could be the angle of the photo but that head looks blooming good on the 1st picture !

Was it measured?
 

andy stalker

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#6
the deer in the first picture was shot during the rut 2006 the head was not officaly mesured but was looked at by a friend of mine who shoots a lot of roe all over the country he estimated to be a silver but the one in this picture was estimated to be a gold and was also shoot in kent in 1999 by me and was blind in one eye
 

swampy

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#13
good looking trophies there. when you look at the kent and sussex countryside with thier woods and rolling hills it is no wonder that roe are there. i reckon they will expand like crazy.

swampy
 

sikamalc

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#15
Lots of Roe in Kent now, and they are expanding fast, although they are not over in the eastern corner yet! to my knowledge. I have about the same acrerage near Gatwick, and have counted up to 14 Roe on 4 fields.

I also believe Roe are near Folkestone, but have yet to see it confirmed?
 

sikamalc

Administrator
Site Staff
#17
Hey JayB if you want to come down this way, which I know you are not busting a gut to do, let me know.

I have a quiet little spot in Sussex with a nice lot of Roe on and we can saunter down there for a weee stalk. We could always take the Argo Cat with us for extraction ( err i mean Mr B) thats his new nick name Argo. :lol: :lol:

Hope all is well with you and Shiela.
 

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