Roe Deer

Summer Roe Buck Stalking at its very best

Around Toulouse, South of France


About this trip

After a long spring of scouting, our guides will take you directly to the best places to harvest the animal of your dream.

Hunting season for buck stalking: 1st of June to end of August

We stalk over several thousands hectares of rolling landscapes. This is an ideal terrain to spot and walk. We do 2 outings per day. The morning outing will last from dawn to approx. 9am. The evening outing will start around 8 pm and will last until dark. Because of the heat in the afternoon the roe deer start moving late. We generally start the evening outing walking through fruit tree plantations or forests are the bucks will still be hiding from the sun. As it gets darker and cooler the roe deers will go out and we will find them in the open fields. The morning outing will start just before day light by walking very slowly … watching carefully fields and crops to spot the deers feeding.

The rut is generally going on from the last week of July until mid August. At this time, we have even more chances of finding an old buck. As clever as they are … they are more focus on the female during a few days and it is a perfect time to harvest a trophy of a life time.
We take care of everything from your transport, accommodation, licence and hunting … you will have nothing to think about apart from enjoying your time out with us! Let us know what you want to do, how many bucks you are after, what kind of landscapes you would like to experience (forest, plain, vineyard, fruit tree plantation) … and we will take you on the best spots we have !


We will normally book our guests in a lovely local hotel offering comfortable rooms, good food and local wines. Some parties prefer to rent a charming cottage for the week, especially if they travel with family.


We arrange all the paper work for you. Your hunting licence will be ready when you arrive.


Night : 10°C to 15°C / Day : 25°C to 35°C



Additional information

Number of hunters

1 to 6 hunters on 1X1 or 2X1 basis

Number of days

2 to 5 hunting days