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Fallow deer

Fallow deer in Piedmont

Fallow deer stalking can be practiced over a large part of the season, but the best period is mid-November, during the rutting season.


This season offers the possibility of combining two types of hunting on the same trip. Fallow deer stalking and red stag stalking, as the two areas are very close geographically.


The fallow deer population is totally wild in the hunting area.

Escaped from a park some twenty years ago and hunted regularly for the past ten years, only the most hardened individuals have survived.


This population thrives on small hills in the Pyrenean foothills, made up of small oaks and natural meadows.


Encounters with great males are common but difficult. Fallow deer move in small bands of no more than fifteen individuals, so outwitting all these little sentinels makes for some thrilling moments.


The hunt itself is organized into two daily outings, one in the morning and the other in the evening.


The hunter is picked up at his accommodation and driven to the hunting area in the guide's vehicle.

The hunter and his guide then explore the area on foot.

The hunting area is more or less easy to access and the level of difficulty will be adapted to the hunter's physical condition.


We offer accommodation to suit the hunter's schedule.


Lunch and dinner times are to be arranged with the accommodation owners.



Further information:

- Period from September 15 to February 15

- Daily hunting

- Temporary validation 3 renewable days or 9 days

- Department: 09

- Recommended calibres: 270, 280, 7*64, 7rm, 6.5 creedmoor

- Bow 50lbs mini. hunting broadheads

- Possible to rent hunting weapons: Cal 270win or Cal 30.06 riflescope Zeiss 3-12x50 and sound moderator

- Autumn clothing in silent material, preferably camo, flexibles walking shoes and boots.

Difficulty level: ***

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