Shooting - Deer Stalking

Deer on Exmoor

Deer Stalking

Deer can cause considerable damage to farm and timber crops as well as to natural heritage interests, especially where their numbers exceed the available food supply. To reduce damage and to ensure that the population remains balanced and healthy, deer stalkers primarily use rifles to cull individual animals. The cull will focus on females to reduce the number of offspring produced. Any old or weak deer will be taken as a priority. Deer stalking is a specific skill and responsible deer stalkers will have a good understanding about the shoot location, safety and legal aspect.

When: dawn / dusk
Where: woodlands / field margins
Equipment: rifle and scope, sound moderator, binoculars 
Notes: a stalker will be present on the shoot

Find out about Exmoor Deer from Exmoor National Park

Providers

who offer Shooting

Wood Advent Granary

Set within the Exmoor National Park, the farm covers an area of 420 acres with a mixture of organic grazing pasture, woods and arable land. Here, you'll not only find superb high pheasant shooting but also luxury accommodation - all in one stunning location.

Edgcott House Ltd

Edgcott House, one of Exmoor's luxury Guest Houses, is a delightful house set on the outskirts of the village of Exford, situated in the heart of Exmoor.

DBC Leisure

Established by Dave Brown Trowgreen Farm Shooting School is primarily a training ground for shotgun, and airgun shooters where professional tuition is offered to all.

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