Roebuck Stalking - Everything you need to know
- Friday, 03 April 2020
With another Roebuck hunting season now underway, we provide you with top tips and advice that is designed to ensure that you know all that there is to know about hunting and stalking this elegant little deer.
With thousands of deer stalkers stuck in doors with time on their hands, now is the perfect time to swot-up and make sure that you get the very best from the Roebuck season ahead. That way, when things recommence, you’ll have all the information you need to make a success of the remaining hunting season.
To help you get quickly up to speed, instead of regurgitating heaps of information in one long, dull article, we have compiled a useful index of links that puts all the information at your finger-tips and provides you with an insight into everything ranging from articles such as: When is the best time to go? To How to measure a trophy? And what exactly is a Murder Buck?
We’ve also compiled links to a series of top Roebuck films on YouTube, all of which convey the excitement that can be had stalking perhaps the UK’s most favoured species of deer – Roebuck 'Capreolus Capreolus'. Happy hunting!
Popular Articles all about Roebuck Stalking:
With the Roebuck season now underway we consider when is the best time to get out stalking: roebuck-stalking-when-is-the-best-time-to-go
Senior CIC trophy Judge Iain Watson looks at a perennial question with no easy answer. When is the best time to stalk Roebuck? when-to-shoot-that-trophy-roe-buck
How to Measure a Trophy, Peter Jones visits CIC measurer Barry Martin: how-to-measure-a-trophy
Iain Watson Senior International Trophy Judge looks at the CIC Trophy Evaluation System, and offers some tips to those lucky enough to grass a trophy animal this season: the-cic-and-it-s-trophy-measurement-system
Peter Jones takes a look at a Gold Medal Roebuck shot on County Deer Stalking Grounds and considers the variables that may have contributed to such a large head: gold-medal-roebuck
April offers a great opportunity for some selective deer culling, but which Roebuck should you choose this early in the season? which-roe-buck-should-you-cull-in-april
Professional stalker Peter Jones lists the equipment that he carries with him when setting out in pursuit of this elegant little deer: equipment-for-deer-stalking
So what exactly is a Murder Buck?.....We reveal all: what-is-a-murder-buck
County Deer Stalking YouTube- Films all about Roebuck Stalking
As well as having written extensively on Roebuck, we’re also delighted to have had the opportunity to have captured heaps of cracking footage of Roebuck stalking on film. Please just follow these links to watch and please remember to SUBSCRIBE on Youtube if you like what you see.
Roebuck Hunting in May – We’re hunting Roebuck in Wiltshire with the Highland Stalker rifle from Rigby and Swarovski optics: youtube.com/watch
UK Roebuck Hunting - A classic stalk for UK Roebuck during a highpoint in the season. Peter Jones & James Schneider present another exciting insight into the world of UK Deer hunting: youtube.com/watch
Roebuck Stalking - Exciting footage of a Roebuck stalk in the Oxfordshire Countryside: youtube.com/watch
Buck Season - With the males of all but one of the UK's deer species now in season we have some spectacular Roe calling footage for you: youtube.com/watch
Roebuck Special - With the 2017 Roe rut underway, we’re out with a camera during peak season: youtube.com/watch
Roebuck Calling During the Rut – Unrivalled footage of a Roe Deer answering the call during the 2016 rut: youtube.com/watch
The Roe rut: August - The Roe Rut, more dramatic footage from previous years: youtube.com/watch
How to Call a Roebuck – We provide you with some top tips on how to call Roebuck during the Rut: youtube.com/watch
200 Yard Roebuck – We take a long range neck shot on a Roebuck and consider the reasons behind doing so: youtube.com/watch
We delighted to reveal that in just a few short weeks we’ll be posting a new film about Roe so please make sure that you SUBSCRIBE on YouTube to be sure not to miss out.