The Deer HUB offers excellent stalking across the south of England. We have deer stalking to suit all abilities in 9 counties and 30,000 acres of forest, woodland and arable land.
All our deer stalking venues have a consistent number of resident deer and deer stalking is for all 6 UK deer species and wild boar. We offer deer stalking every day throughout the year with only 48 hours’ notice.
Stalking duration is approximately 3 hours. Starting with a meet and greet you will be offered refreshments followed by a briefing of the stalking estate and what deer are to be targeted that session. All our deer stalk venues have a deer management plan which is strictly adhered to.
All deer stalking sessions offer the opportunity for people to progress and as we get to know you and your stalking ability, we will use every opportunity during stalk sessions to further develop your fieldcraft and hunting skills.
At the end of the session, deer stalkers are provided with an evaluation record sheet as a record of the stalk.
To find out more or to book a deer stalking session today email us or call 0203 995 5881/0789 4146643
Our Stalk Guides/Mentors
The Deer HUB has 8 professional stalk guides who are overseen by our Stalking Director. The Stalk Director periodically meets our guides to deliver training as required and to ensure all guides are fully up to speed with Deer HUB stalking policy, our deer management plans and our stalker training program. With our organised and co-ordinated approach, you can rest assured that you’ll receive 1st class stalk mentoring with knowledgeable and professionally qualified guides/mentors.
All Deer HUB guides hold DSC1 and 2 qualifications as a minimum and 4 of our guides are accredited as Approved Witnesses (AW’s) for the DMQ DSC2 qualification.
Deer Chillers and larders
4 of our estates have full chiller and larder facilities, which is convenient for those who want to learn to gralloch, skin and butcher their own deer as well as experience using a professional larder.
Deer Stalking Costs
Stalking is for all six of the UK deer species and UK wild boar. The Deer Hub engages in ‘best practice’ deer management which means that we adhere to the management plan for any particular piece of land.
Costs for ‘pay as you go’ stalking are £275 per session which includes any of the Uk ‘s six deer species shot on the session (depending on the venue and resident species). The cost excludes venison which can be purchased on the day at the low cost of £2.75 per kg. Deer HUB members enjoy discounted stalk rates depending on their level of membership – see our membership options for more information.
Quality Rifle/optics and equipment hire is available.
Deerstalking with Disabilities
Being able to participate in active outdoor activities is taken for granted by so many of us, but people living with disabilities often face extra challenges that may seem insuperable. Many people however, can still enjoy and participate in deer stalking with some thought and assistance.
The Deer HUB is able to facilitate deerstalking for many people and we regularly accommodate those who live with challenging physical disabilities or who suffer from health conditions, such as COPD, heart disease and diabetes.
We offer a number of options to suit people’s abilities, so please email us at or call us on 0203 995 5881 to discuss your situation and we’ll devise a plan to assist you.
The day of my accident saw my life immediately change, becoming focused on regaining mobility from initially having paralysis then learning to manage chronic pain, ongoing complications with my back recovery, numerous surgeries and other procedures. Despite this, one thing was clear – I was determined to get back enjoying the great outdoors. GF who recovered from a broken back.
Our Stalk Venues
The Deer HUB offers excellent stalking across the south of England. We have deer stalking to suit all abilities in 9 counties and 30,000 acres of forest, woodland, pasture and arable land.
All our deer stalking venues have a consistent number of resident deer and deer stalking is for all six of the UK deer species and wild boar.