The following training films are intended to assist you in becoming a more proficient and accomplished deer stalker and are designed to provide information and tips in line with best practice guidelines.
Michelin Star Venison Cooking Masterclass - Official Trailer - Apr 21
Gralloching and Inspection Masterclass - Official trailer - Mar 21
Online Butchery & Skinning Course - Official trailer - Mar 21
Online Proficient Deer Stalker Certificate Level 1 (PDS1) - Official trailer - Jan 21
How to Gralloch a Deer - We illustrate the Ground & Suspended Gralloch Nov 18
Rifle Marksmanship Course for Deer Stalkers - Sept 18
Woodland Staker Challenge - We join the Capreolus Club for a range day Sep 17
Field to Plate - Peter Jones demonstrates some basic butchery techniques
Swarovski Z8i Rifle Scope - We look at the new Z8i from Swarovski Optik
Improve Your Marksmanship - Seven invaluable tips.
How to Zero your Rifle - We show you how to zero your rifle in six simple steps.
Proficient Deer Stalker Course - An insight into CDS Courses and Training.
How to Call a Roe Buck We provide some guidance to help with Roe calling.
Ticks and Lyme Disease - Help protect yourself against Lyme disease by watching this short film.
Calibres for Deer - We consider the top calibres for deer and discuss calibres from .243 to 300 Win Mag.
Highseats - Improve your shooting. We look at some top tips for better high seat use.
How accurately can you shoot from sticks? We compare Split sticks with the Quad pod.
How to Use Binoculars
Five basic rules to better binocular use.
Long Range Shooting
We show you how to improve your long range shooting.
Learn how to improve your technique from different shooting position.
Basic Rifle Safety & The Effect of Ricochet
Safety & the potentially dangerous effect of ricochet.
For more films please visit our short-films page where we have a growing list of films that are designed to document our deer stalking throughout the year.
Our films are designed to provide information and tips that are in line with Best Practice Guidlines for Deer Management. However we are always interested to hear your comments and suggestions, so if you have any constructive criticism or would perhaps simply like to try stalking with us then please: contact-us