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From the Scottish Highlands to the rolling fields of Hampshire, the roe deer is unquestionably the prime species for the UK stalker. This humble deer captures the imagination of British hunters like no other. Today, more and more stalkers, both professional and amateur, are setting out in pursuit of the country's iconic deer.
Roe Stalking with the Experts is set to become the definitive work on the roe, compiling the expertise, advice and stalking stories of several of the country's foremost roe deer experts into one work. Compiled and co-authored by Peter Carr, the book features contributions from Dominic Griffith, David Barrington Barnes, Chris Dalton, Mark Brackstone and other experts of similar stature. Dedicated sections on trail cameras and deer dogs provide an alternative perspective on the pursuit and management of the roe, while the book also contains an exhaustive listing of all the top trophies measured by the BASC measuring service since 2012.
'This book, Roe Stalking with the Experts, is a definitive collection of knowledge and anecdotes relating to the UK's native roe deer. It offers the stalker an in-depth insight into the deer's habits, and how to successfully and ethically stalk this wonderfully sporting species... Pete Carr is known as an experienced deer stalker and big game hunter, mostly through his prolific writing. He is passionate about roe stalking, and although he has been lucky to have shot a myriad species including dangerous game abroad, the roebuck is still hs favourite quarry. This is testament to his interest in this species above all others... The roe deer is held in high regard by many, and I would recommend this book to all stalkers who, like the author and his fellow contributors, hold a similar keenness for their pursuit. I'm sure it will become an invaluable reference source to all roe stalking enthusiasts.' Major Peter Beatty RLC (Retired)
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading No ISBN 9781910247068 Author Peter Carr Binding Hardback Extent 184 pages, 226 x 196mm Illustrations Colour photographs throughout Ebook No
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