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Sika deer in southern England
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Gents, no idea why these aren’t displaying on here but in south England a big population of free range Nippon Sika ( Japanese) have lived since their 1890 release by Queen Victoria when she was given some as a gift by the Emperor of Japan.

We hunt them during October when are rutting as easier to get a trophy stag then. Stags are normally 8 points and often break the tips whilst fighting which they love to do!

Here is one I took the other week. An injury to his leg caused his opposite antler to go abnormal.

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Here is one my friend whom some have met from here, Alex’s stag. Was shot on last light with his .300 wtby.

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Just a little help out here for the bud .

Cheeky Deer these buggers !



[QUOTE]Originally posted by Hunt Inter:
Gents, no idea why these aren’t displaying on here but in south England a big population of free range Nippon Sika ( Japanese) have lived since their 1890 release by Queen Victoria when she was given some as a gift by the Emperor of Japan.

We hunt them during October when are rutting as easier to get a trophy stag then. Stags are normally 8 points and often break the tips whilst fighting which they love to do!

Here is one I took the other week. An injury to his leg caused his opposite antler to go abnormal.





 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Hunt Inter:
Here is one my friend whom some have met from here, Alex’s stag. Was shot on last light with his .300 wtby.

 
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Super thanks Mark!
 
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