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Hi to all you guys out there.Im pleased to have found this site.We don't have that many species to hunt here in the UK.There are Roe deer round where i live and there are Red deer further north.We have a good river and some lakes not far from here.I hope to get to know some of you real soon.

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welcome to BigGameHunt.Net Bazz.  I think you will find that this is the best hunting website anywhere.  I don't know much about hunting in the United Kingdom so I'm looking forward to hearing what you have to share and learning about your hunting style and traditions.

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Thanks,we dont have that many species to hunt in the UK.I have been deer stalking in the highlands of Scotland,thats Red deer and Roe deer in Devon.In the area around where i live we have some good fishing and pheasant shooting.There is good grouse shooting on the hills but you have to be rich to do that.There is a good grouse moor not far from us which belongs to the Duke of Westminster but only the mega rich can afford to shoot there.

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Welcome aboard Bazz. Looking forward to hearing about the UK from an outdoorsmans point of view.

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Welcome, Bazz!  Always good to hear perspective from abroad.

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greetings from England

Thanks, i think the USA is a great place for hunting with so many different species.I have been deer stalking in the highlands of Scotland and been after roe deer in Devon.Near where i live we have some good fishing and pheasant shooting.

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I will also welcome you to

I will also welcome you to the forum and look forward to hearing your stories as well. Anything with the word deer in the name is something I like to learn more about.

Are you planning to come over here to do some hunting as well or just learn about what we have to offer?

I would love to travel the world for more adventures and someday hope I will but like you said we have vast amounts of wildlife to enjoy right here at home.

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Thanks to hunter25

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Thanks hunter25,i would love to hunt in the USA,but for now i would just like to hear about other peoples experiences.Years ago i had an uncle who hunted in Africa then he went to the USAand worked on ranches in Montana and Colarado.He died of a heart attack at the age of 73 whilst tracking a wouded bear.

I will also welcome you to the forum and look forward to hearing your stories as well. Anything with the word deer in the name is something I like to learn more about.

Are you planning to come over here to do some hunting as well or just learn about what we have to offer?

I would love to travel the world for more adventures and someday hope I will but like you said we have vast amounts of wildlife to enjoy right here at home.

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