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Rough Shooting Days and Evening Duck Flights to Let
Mixed Mini Driven Game Shooting, Rough Shooting and Duck Flighting
Evening Duck Flighting to Let.
We have 6 well fed flight ponds with flights available every 3-4 weeks commencing the 1st September. Remember you are shooting wild ducks so we cannot promise a bag size as this is dependant on the prevailing conditions but we will put you in a prime place - £50 per person e-mail email@example.com to book **September, October and early November fully booked**
Mini-Driven Mixed Pheasant, Partridge and Duck Shooting to Let
The syndicate has the following spaces in 2012:
20th October - expected bag 40-60. 2 Gun @ £89 each
3rd November - expected bag 50-60. 1 Gun @ £99 each
17th November - expected bag 50-60. 0 Guns @ £99
1st December - expected bag 50-60. 2 Guns @ £99
15th December - expected bag 50-60. 1 Guns @ £99
29th December - projected bag 40-50. 2 Guns @ £99
12th, 19th & 26th January - 2 Guns per day @ £99 each.
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book
Walked up and Mini Driven Days
31st January 2013 - Rough Shoot Day with Mini Drives for 6 to 10 guns. Partridge, Pheasant, Woodcock and Ducks. Small late season day of testing birds - format and bag size to be agreed @ £99 per gun email@example.com
Walked up or mini-driven days for individuals or small parties of up to 6 guns throughout the season from November onwards. Partridge, Pheasant, Woodcock and Mallard at £99 per gun. dates by arrangement. firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices do not include lunch, refreshments or Gamekeeper gratuities.
Stobgreen Shooting is able to offer a limited number of places for you to shoot with us as a guest of the syndicate. Although Stobgreen Syndicate no longer has any vacancies (these were snapped up in February) in 2012/13 they do have a few spaces to fill when its own members are not able to attend to shoot. The syndicate members kindly offer up their vacant places for "sale" in order to help subsidise the running of the shoot.
The Shooting Syndicate is situated 5 miles West of Barnard Castle. Close to the A66 and the borders of Cumbria, Durham and North Yorkshire it is convenient for travel from a wide area. The shoot is laid out over undulating and challenging ground in Upper Teesdale, the shoot is south facing with steep banks down towards to River Tees and amazing views over the North Pennine Grouse Moors.
The shoot extends to about 450 acres of woodland which was planted on Heather Moorland from the 1950's onwards. Over the years large areas have been cleared and replanted meaning there is a good mix of ages and species of Timber. Unlike many areas of woodland we have excellent ground cover with areas of heather, bilberry or bracken cover - all hold Pheasant's and Woodcock. An extensive felling & regeneration programme has left us with about 50% of our ground "open" and this combined with deep ghylls, valleys and hills mean we can present testing birds. Shots vary from high curling birds from hilltops over open ground to snap shots in mature Larch.
We have six flight ponds on the shoot which are well fed and offer good duck flighting with the bag usually comprising Mallard and Teal but early season and in hard weather we do see a few Wigeon and Tufted. We do get a few geese roosting on one of our ponds but they are infrequent visitors and not in great numbers.
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