Stalking with New Avon Arms
South West Stalking and Stalking in Scotland.
New-Avon Arms offers stalking led by ex-military personnel in a variety of estates across the South West, Gloucestershire and Scotland. With over a decade of client based stalking experience we offer a premier service and variability to fit your interests.
Whether you fancy climbing snow-covered valleys stalking Red and Sika Deer in the highlands. Or trekking through grassy fields and woodlands in pursuit Roe & Fallow. We provide an authentic stalking experience.
Our estates for South West Stalking are predominantly in Somerset, Gloucestershire, and Wiltshire. We offer stalking & hunting of all British Deer and Boar depending on their season.
Please contact us or visit us in store for further details and availability. PLEASE NOTE: Our stalking services in the South West and Scotland are extremely popular so book soon to avoid disappointment.
|Stalking Prices||£95 per session payable on booking. Our fee does not include the cost of any animal shot on the day.|
|Muntjac Buck Stalking|
All Muntjac Bucks will be charged at £195 each (non-medal)
|Roe Buck Stalking|
Roe Bucks 4 points and under will be charged at £110 each Roe bucks 4 points up to 400gms will be charged at £295 each Roe Bucks 6 point £360 (non-medal)
|Fallow Buck Stalking|
All Fallow bucks will be charged at £275 each (non-medal)
|Fallow Doe Stalking||Doe stalking is £195 per day this will include 2 x 3 hour stalks (carcasses can be purchased at local rate on the day)|
|All other species||Please contact James to discuss your requirements on 01275 372404 or email: [email protected]|
Please note cancellations will be charged a fee of £100
Stalking and training in the South West
If you fancy learning more about Deer and/or Boar stalking we also offer training as part of the British Deer Society. These courses aim to improve a stalkers expertise and practical skills in all aspects of stalking. We instruct on population management, shooting, butchery, safety and many other vital areas. The courses we instruct are nationally recognised animal management qualifications.
Visit the British Deer Society website for more details.