Deer Stalking is the term used in the UK to refer to Deer Hunting or the stealthy pursuit of deer. Though historically undertaken with the use of dogs modern deer stalking in the UK is typically undertaken with the use of a high powered rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.
Why spend all your time punching holes in paper targets? We look at the new ‘PDS Woodland Stalker Course’ - undoubtedly the finest facility in the UK designed especially for deer stalkers.
Professional deer stalker Peter Jones offers some guidance on how to start deer stalking.
For those that are new to Deer Stalking I am delighted to report that we have extended and improved on the variety of deer stalking courses that we can offer beginners.
Peter Jones considers what to expect from Deer Stalking during the month of October.
We consider the PDS1 and DSC1 Deer Stalking Certificate - Both the Proficient Deer Stalkers Certificate Level 1 (PDS1) and the The Deer Stalkers Certificate level 1 (DSC1) have been a huge success, and for many Police forces in the UK, have been the unofficial requirement for individuals who desire a firearm certificate (FAC) with an entitlement to shoot deer.
In the UK these courses have been key in providing a professional feel to deer stalking and have been responsible for better informing and educating potential candidates about deer management.
We are making some exciting changes! Read more about what is to come.