England is a perfect destination for both trophy hunters and shotgun enthusiasts. England’s hunting districts are characterised by the many good roebuck, and the large populations of wood pigeons. For something more out of the ordinary, it is possible to hunt deer species here that are not normally found in European forests, namely sika, muntjac and Chinese water deer.
Many medal winning trophies are shot on our English districts every year, including several gold medals. The beautiful woodlands here are home to very good populations of game, and this in combination with the low trophy fees, make England ta very attractive destination for trophy hunters. We arranger roebuck hunts here from 1st April - to 31st October.
Are you passionate about wing shooting? If so, England is certainly for you. Several of our destinations here offer classical pigeon shoots. These pigeon shoots often take place in classical English farmland. The large fields, woods and copses that characterise the landscape provide an ideal habitat for the large population of pigeon found here. England is therefore a perfect destination for shotgun enthusiasts. We arrange pigeon shoots in the spring and autumn.
Do you already have many roebucks hanging on your wall? Or would you like to enjoy a change from your usual buck hunts? Over the years a range of different deer species have been introduced into the English countryside, species that are not normally found in the forests of Europe. Deer such as muntjac, sika, fallow and Chinese water deer. England can therefore offer the unique opportunity of hunting for a different, exciting trophy to hang on your wall at home. Typically we arrange hunts for these stags in the autumn, but please refer to the individual tours for more information.
Experience for yourself English hospitality, when after your hunt, you visit the surrounding villages. Here you will find plenty of cosy local pubs, serving great beer and tasty traditional dishes.
Videnskabeligt navn: Capreolus capreolus Underarter: Vi har ikke medtaget underarter af Capreolus capreolus, da der hersker tvivl om deres berettigelse som selvstændige underarter.Read more
Scientific Name: Hydropotes inermis Subspecies: None. Distribution: England and France. Habitat: Reed beds, grassland and bushy woodland. Description: Smaller deer weighing around 10-15 kg and measuring up to 55 cm over the shoulder. General colour yellowish brown in summer and greyish brown in winter. The Chinese Water Deer has no antlers, but upper canines greatly elongated to form tusks,...Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus dama Subspecies: Mesopotamian Fallow Deer (C. d. mesopotamica) Distribution: The Fallow Deer originated from Asia Minor, but is found all over Europe today, either freely roaming or in fenced in areas. Habitat: Woodland with dense undergrowth often in the immediate vicinity of pasture land. The Fallow Deer prefers open land. Description: Large deer weighing...Read more
Scientific Name: Muntiacus reevesi Subspecies: None. Distribution: Southern China. (Introduced into southern England at the turn of the century). Habitat: Dense undergrowth. Description: Small deer weighing up to 12 kg and measuring up to 46 cm over the shoulder. It reaches a total body length of 85 cm without tail. General colour reddish brown in summer and greyish brown in winter. The face...Read more
Videnskabeligt navn: Cervus nippon Underarter: Mantchurisk sika (Cervus n.mantchuricus) Udbredelse: Irland, England, Skotland, Danmark, Sverige, Tyskland, Østrig, Schweiz, Rusland. Levested: Foretrækker tætte skovbevoksninger. Beskrivelse: Mellemstor hjorteart, der opnår en skulderhøjde på op til 110 cm og en vægt på 100 - 130 kg. Farven...Read more
Landskabet er præget af de typiske engelske landbrugsarealer, levende hegn, enge og mindre skovarealer. De charmerende små byer er spredt i landskabet, og via små snoede veje kan du køre rundt mellem disse og oven i købet støde på nogle af de mange slotte og herresæder, der befinder sig i området. Befolkningen her er meget venlige og imødekommende. Reviret er klart et besøg...Read more
The hunt primarily takes place over large areas of farmland belonging to some of the large estates in the area, with a total area of ca. 4.-5,000 ha. The districts employs 4 gamekeepers.Read more
In Oxfordshire we have access to a good roebuck district of some 20,000 ha. just to the south of Oxford itself. Every year around 75-100 bucks are taken here, around half of which are of medal winning standard, with as many as 15-20 gold medals amongst them! In other words it a great place to hunt for a medal winning trophy. A 500 g. trophy costs around €1,350- , a very attractive...Read more
We have been working with our partner in Oxfordshire for a number of years. He has plenty of experience of hunting roebuck, and over the years has guided a lot of different hunters to a good roebuck here. Visiting hunters have a great chance of shooting a really good trophy, the habitat here is perfect for roe deer, and many medal winning trophies are taken here every year. Hunting is guided...Read more
Our partner has access to some of the very best districts for Chinese water deer and muntjac. The population of Chinese water deer in he's districts is the best in southern England. He is passionate about hunting, and will always to his best for visiting hunters. We can only recommend him wholeheartedly, he fulfils all our expectations of how a hunt should be carried out, and this together with...Read more
The district’s head gamekeeper has great experience of hunting both roebuck and sika stags. He ensures the the hunt is always carried out professionally and that our hunters enjoy the most optimal conditions for hunting available. Over the years the head gamekeeper has had many satisfied customers, who have taken home many good trophies from this district.Read more