Stalking and Shooting in Scotland 2014
As August swiftly rolls into September the red deer stag stalking season in Scotland is now well and truly in full swing. For those of you who haven’t managed to get out onto the hill so far this year or are perhaps thinking of planning a trip next year we thought we’d share this lovely photo from our recent client’s day stalking red deer stags on the isle of Skye.
The clients shown in the picture above also had a glorious day’s grouse shooting on the 12th August (pun absolutely intended) despite the wind meaning the grouse were flying at quite a considerable rate of knotts!
If the picture above is inspiring you to take a break in Scotland in the next couple of months then we have an excellent choice of sport on offer. There is still some (very limited) availability for red deer stags as well as a good number of walked up grouse days to be had.
As September approaches our thoughts are beginning to turn to the prospect of the beginning of Scotland’s pheasant season 2014 (only 1 month and 2 days to go!). We have a selection of walked up and driven pheasant shooting days on offer from the 01st of October including availability for full lines of up to 8 guns as well as partridge, pigeon and mixed bag days walked up days available from the 01st September onwards.
If you are interested in a shooting, stalking, fishing or mixed sporting holiday in Scotland then don’t hesitate to contact us to find out more.