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2 Big Roe bucks shot with a Sako a7 in .308 using 150gr Hornady bullets. Swarovski Z4i & ELRange.
We are on the hunt this week for Roe Bucks. Good numbers of deer on this ground showing some huge heads. In this video we show a great trophy buck taken and a smaller 6 pointer as well.
The first buck is a cracking buck still in its youth and the second is only a couple years old but has thrown tremendous antlers for such a young animal.
We spotted a big trophy on the same ground earlier in the morning but have decided to leave that for someone else to pull the trigger!
My name is David and for several years now I have worked as a Wild Food Chef, I work at school called Hunter Gather Cook where we teach people how to Butcher Prepare and Cook all wild game but more specifically for you guys Deer! If you are stuck for ideas on how to eat your kill I'd be happy to help with any questions, our school regularly has recipes and articles printed in Shooting TImes so the advice you'll be getting will be top notch!
Just to get you salivating I have just posted a gallery of last years Dishes on my blog Forage Sussex. I can see 11 different venison dishes in there before getting on to the Rabbit, Pheasant, and Pigeon. Most of the dishes also have Foraged ingredients which would be easy to harvest whilst your out in the field. Finally all of these dishes have been prepared in an off grid kitchen, no electric, no blenders, fridges, microwaves so they are nice and simple.
By stewart fertacz
my name is Stewart,
I live in Angus county, Scotland at the present moment in time, I absolutely love stalking to bits, I have experience working on stalking estates, and the main species being managed on those estates is red deer, I also have experience with grouse, partridge and pheasants. I have my Firearms and Shotgun Licence, and also have a clean driving license and have been passed for 2 years. Recently turned 19 years old, looking for a start as an Estate under/beat/trainee stalker/gamekeeper preferably, but would strongly consider other opportunities in Deer management if seen advertised or offered, prepared to move to any location for a chance in this line of work !!!
I have a CV with great references