Summer in Britain is the very best time to get introduced to the way deer are stalked (hunted) here in the UK. The weather is generally good and the deer in excellent condition.
Summer is high season for Roe Deer, one of the most popular venison and trophy deer of the six species inhabiting Britain.
Quality male and female Roe are readily available within 2 hours of London. They can be hunted by ground stalking or from a high seat strategically positioned on the edge of fields, forests and tracks to give an excellent observation and safe shooting position. A stalking day can include an early morning and/or a late afternoon stalk. During the day the party can rest or undertake local sightseeing trips. Lunch and dinner can be taken at local restaurants or pubs, according to your preference.
We offer 2 and 3-Day introductory stalking breaks within a 2 hour drive of London, or farther afield.
£1,500 per person
for a group 1-3 persons (VAT inclusive)
This package includes zeroing the rifle and shooting practice • 1 morning and 1 afternoon stalk over the two days • the services of a qualified deer hunting guide
• a BCS representative in attendance throughout • rifle hire and ammunition
• safety equipment
• one night B&B pub accommodation • refreshments/snacks.
£2,500 per person
for a group of 1-3 persons (VAT inclusive)
This package includes 2 morning and 2 afternoon stalks
• the services of a qualified deer hunting guide
• a BCS representative in attendance throughout
• rifle hire and ammunition
• safety equipment
• two nights B&B pub accommodation
Red Deer stalking in Scotland
The most highly sought after deer species in the UK is the Red Deer, hunted in the Scottish Highlands. Hunting days on premier estates are limited and very competitive. Most days are sold 6-12 months in advance of the season.
However some days may be available upon request at shorter notice, and we are happy to search for opportunities for you. Prices commence at around £2,000 per day per client.
Additional costs for stalking packages:
1. Trophy or cull fees
(a fee based on the antlers of the shot animal - BCS will provide the relevant scale in advance)
2. Butchered deer meat, if required (which can be sold to the shooter at local prices)
3. Meals during the day can be facilitated if preferred.
4. Tips for the stalking guide.
5. Transportation from and to London
can be organised and added.
6. A higher standard of accommodation can be sourced, with attendant costs.
7. Local sightseeing tours during non-stalking hours.