There is a great chance of shooting a medal class roebuck and a fine sika stag on an autumn hunt in this fantastic district near Dorchester
3 days from €2,149
Roebuck hunt in the beautiful countryside of southern England near Dorchester. Erik Hahn Pedersen has hunted in this fantastic district a number of times and has made a good haul of medal winning trophies here.
Annually around 20-40 bucks are shot in this district, of which 25% are of medal standard and ca. 2 of them gold medal.
In addition to roebuck there is the possibility of hunting for sika.
Our hunters stay with the head gamekeeper and his wife. Hunters are accommodated in an annex on the side of their private residence and half-board (breakfast - and dinner) is included. The head gamekeeper and his wife take pride in serving delicious food to our hunters during their stay.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
Scientific Name: Capreolus capreolus Subspecies: We have not included any of the subspecies of Capreolus capreolus, as the authors dissagree about their status as individual subspecies. Distribution: All of Europe except Ireland, Iceland, Southern Spain and Greece. Roe Deer populations are not common to the Mediterranean islands. Habitat: Roe Deer populations are found today in most terrain...Read more
Scientific Name: Cervus nippon Subspecies: Manchurian Sika (Cervus n. manchuricus) Distribution: Ireland, England, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Russia. Habitat: Prefers dense woodland. Description: Medium sized der weighing around 100-130 kg and measuring up to110 cm over the shoulder. General colour brown with distinct white spots in summer, greyish brown...Read more
0-200 gram £200,-
210-250 gram £250,-
251-300 gram £300,-
301 – 350 gram £485,-
351-400 gram £665,-
401-450 gram £810,-
451-500 gram £1000,-
>501 gram £1500,- plus £15,- pr. gram over 501
Prices for abnormal trophies will be fixed by the head gamekeeper in the district itself
Under 30 cm £300,-
30-35.9 cm £470,-
36-39.9 cm £550,-
40-45.9 cm £600,-
46-49.9 cm (non-medal) £700,-
50 cm and over (non-medal) £820,-
Medal standard trophies:
Bronze 225 CIC £920,-
Silver 240 CIC £1250,-
Gold 255 CIC £1700,- plus £14,- pr. CIC point over 255
Prices for abnormal trophies will be fixed by the head gamekeeper in the district itself.
The price show for this tour is for guidance only as fluctuations in the exchange rate may need to be taken into account. The actual price of the tour will be agreed later.
An English Firearm Certificate costs € 115.-. Together with the confirmation of the trip we sent you a questionnaire which we kindly ask you to fill in together with a copy of your European Weapon passport, all pages has to be sent also the blank ones. We need this information no later than 2½ months before departure in order to be able to apply for your Firearm Certificate.