Free Range Red Stag Hunting in Scotland
Stalk Stags in the Beautiful Scottish Highlands
You can do this hunt for less than the price of a whitetail hunt in Illinois!
- 400,000 acres of land on multiple estates near Kingussie, Scotland.
- Free range hunting.
- Hunting season in Scotland is July through October.
- Traditional European walk-and-stalk hunt.
- Driven pheasant and partridge shooting is available.
- Learn more about this hunt.
Walk to glassing points and glass for a good stag, then stalk to shooting distance.
Red Stags in Scotland are not as large as in some other areas as there are fewer minerals and the weather is harsh.
This hunt is more about experiencing a traditional European hunt.
Red Stag; Sika Deer; Roe Buck; Muntjac; Chinese Water Deer; Driven Grouse, Partridge, and Pheasant; Woodcock and Snipe; Ducks and Geese; Rabbit and Brown Hare.
Guides are very professional game managers. They wear matching estate tartan tweed suits and ties on the hunt, and use high-end spotting scopes and binoculars.
Open, rolling (not steep) moorland with heather ground cover (some soggy areas).
Moderate. Steep in some areas, but mostly gentle slopes.
Central Highlands of Scotland, two hours from the International Airport in Edinburgh. Hunters usually rent a car there and drive to the Estate.
5-star bed and breakfast.
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No license required. Outfitter will have you shoot upon arrival.
Import of your rifle is handled by the outfitter or you can use theirs for no extra charge.