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For Deer Stalking Syndicates check the interweb!

For some reason I have never really thought about it for deer, plenty for Pheasant and certainly deer stalking shoots available, but syndicates, not that many?

I'll take you out and I'd bet foxdropper would for the right price! :laugh::thumbs:

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Cant put a price on the glorious Wiltshere countryside Chris but yes I'd take him out if he's willing to travel .

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1 hour ago, foxdropper said:

Cant put a price on the glorious Wiltshere countryside Chris but yes I'd take him out if he's willing to travel .


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