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With access to over 35,000 acres in various blocks of ground we have some spaces left for the 18/19 season for our quality hunting located within 1.5 hours of London Heathrow.

The season for Muntjac & CWD is November to end of March. Success rate is very high ,95%,and in fact no one left without their chosen trophies last year.

Prices are simple; £225 per hunter per day , £650 Muntjac trophy and £1100 CWD trophy. Please note prices are GBP/ English sterling.

Included: all driving on the hunting days, experienced guide, rifle hire, caping and cleaning skulls.

Not included: airport transfer £75 for both ways, personal expenses, taxidermy and shipping, air tickets, hotel and meals or anything not stated as included.

References are available on request from EU and USA hunters.

Ideal time period is 3 days/3 nights, but we can accommodate your wishes.

Depending on dates other species are available such as free range Sika, Fallow and Roe.
Fenced species are available all winter , Red Stags, Fallow, Axis, Hog Deer, Manchurian Sika, etc

Please send me a pm for any details.

PO Box 43, Dorset, UK
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Love these little fellers and their teeth! Great looking skulls.


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Without being biased; it's a great hunt, not too expensive, and 2 species you can only hunt in the UK, apart from the odd Texas ranch where you can Muntjac.
 
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I've shot a few Indian common Muntjack in the early 1980s in the Tea Plantations of south India.

They are a bit bigger, say 5kgs more and 3 to 5 inches taller. Their antlers a bit bigger too - world record is 7 inches with a small fork making it 3 points per side. My best was 4.5 inches and considered a good trophy.

BTW the Indian muntjack bucks also has have canines that are about 2 inches long. Nothing like the CWD which look like Saber Tooth cats! Big Grin


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I've shot a few Indian common Muntjack in the early 1980s in the Tea Plantations of south India.

They are a bit bigger, say 5kgs more and 3 to 5 inches taller. Their antlers a bit bigger too - world record is 7 inches with a small fork making it 3 points per side. My best was 4.5 inches and considered a good trophy.

BTW the Indian muntjack bucks also has have canines that are about 2 inches long. Nothing like the CWD which look like Saber Tooth cats! Big Grin


Wow sounds like a great experience never to be repeated sadly.
 
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The season is a few days away from closing and looking forward to meeting new guests ( some from this forum) next season.
 
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How difficult is it bringing a rifle into the UK? Is there a lot of paperwork? Are there license fees or taxes involved?


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How difficult is it bringing a rifle into the UK? Is there a lot of paperwork? Are there license fees or taxes involved?


Hi, it’s easy - we just need to get a permit so need a make, serial number and calibre. Cost is circa £50.
 
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Not a bad CWD at all...

Guys,

I did this hunt with Sam. It is a very cool and interesting hunt for some really unqiue animals. I had a great time and cannot recommend Sam enough. Great guy to deal with.
 
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Interesting, I'd have to buy a new rifle for that, I don't think that I have one small enough.


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Interesting, I'd have to buy a new rifle for that, I don't think that I have one small enough.


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I know most of the people are against
Blasers but I have shot them since
1994.. why take a rifle when the outfitters
Have one shoots very well
All the Guides that I met had Blasers in 243
 
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I know most of the people are against
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1994.. why take a rifle when the outfitters
Have one shoots very well
All the Guides that I met had Blasers in 243


Hi Ken, we all use Blasers here as find them so reliable, well balanced and easy to use .

Great guns
 
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More ground has been added next to our exsisting ground!
 
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We are talking about coming back.
Like to get a bigger Muntjac and Rene needs Her Chinese water deer
 
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We are talking about coming back.
Like to get a bigger Muntjac and Rene needs Her Chinese water deer


Excellent, would be great to have you back!
 
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Can't wait to meet some guests this coming season from AR
 
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Also available which is unique is a one day hunt for one or both species which so far our success is exceedingly high!

Ideal for those using London as a transit route.

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Sam

Have anything in February again 2020
Chinese Muntjac Hog Deer
 
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Have anything in February again 2020
Chinese Muntjac Hog Deer


Muntjac and cwd no problem but hog deer are in fenced areas here.
 
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Have anything in February again 2020
Chinese Muntjac Hog Deer


Muntjac and cwd no problem but hog deer are in fenced areas here.


Got some 350 sci stags for less than 4000$..
 
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You have an email address. I may have missed it in thenposts
 
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Got some AR members coming this winter and hope to meet some more
 
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I just finished this very hunt with Sam and Alex and had a great time. Will be posting a review very soon.


Hunting: Exercising dominion over creation at 2800 fps.
 
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Those teeth are crazy!
 
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I just finished this very hunt with Sam and Alex and had a great time. Will be posting a review very soon.


Hi Jay,
Thanks for the kind words. Glad you had a good time and from our side was a pleasure.

Many thanks
 
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Those teeth are crazy!


Come get one for youself Wink
 
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Are trophies still Exportable from the UK?
 
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Are trophies still Exportable from the UK?


Yes 100%
 
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How much for a hog deer add on?
 
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How much for a hog deer add on?


We only have behind wire . Will message you the price
 
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For what it’s worth, my trophies that I hunted with Sam and Alex during December 2018 arrived in South Africa last week.

The process was easy albeit very long.
 
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