Fallow Deer stalking consists of morning and evening outings, each of several hours at dawn and dusk during the season. The middle of the day is yours to relax or site see. We do not hunt on Sundays.
Before going out stalking you will be asked to shoot at a target to ensure that you are comfortable with your rifle and that the rifle is accurate. Targets are positioned usually at a distance of 100 metres.
Donnie will know the best places to walk up to locate your deer depending on wind direction and prevailing conditions. Please note that the deer are wild and we cannot guarantee that there will always be an opportunity for a shot.
Once the fallow deer have been located, Donnie will select a buck or doe that, in his opinion, is suitable to be culled. His decision on what to shoot is final. Once you have reached a suitable distance from the group the selected buck or doe will be described to you. When the target is standing correctly a shot can be taken.
After a successful shot has been taken your buck or doe will be collected and brought back to the farm.