Deer stalking

Deer stalking requires stealth, patience, a cool head, and a steady hand. In our view it's one of the most challenging, but most rewarding of all British field sports. Although not every stalk results in a cull, the experience will be unforgettable. As the late, great A A Gill wrote, "I've shot at lots of things in lots of places. But nothing is like stalking. I can't remember a single pheasant drive with any clarity. I can, though, remember every stag I ever stalked. Stalking is also about conviviality; an individual sport, at best, boasted about to a team. But it's not high-testosterone. A lot of women shoot. They shoot better than men - more accurate; unsurprisingly deadly."

We have access to over 15,000 acres of prime stalking land across Southern England, and our team of qualified deer stalkers led by Mark Vesey Thompson will guide you to Roe, Muntjac and Fallow Deer. For Red Deer we work with estates we know or have stalked ourselves in the Scottish Highlands.

Whatever species of you are looking to stalk we offer introductory sessions, outings for more experienced stalkers and those looking to stalk with a camera. Click on the images below for more information.

introductory stalking session

guided outings



“I loved our day. Thank you. I’d love to come again if I’m allowed?” (February 2019)

"I could not be happier or more enthused to get back out with you after our day." (April 2018)

"A perfect (cold) day. Thank you." (February 2018)

"It was really good to meet. Thank you so much for your time & sharing your knowledge." (October 2017)

"Really looking forward to another stalk with you." (October 2017)

"I really enjoyed our day. When can I come back?" (November 2017)