The Saint Hubert Club of Great Britain is dedicated to the management of deer and wild boar in the UK and offers high quality training to its members.
The Saint Hubert Club of Great Britain was founded on November 3rd in 1953 in order to create friendship amongst sportsmen, whether they hunt, shoot or fish. Its aims are the conservation, management and pursuit in a sportsmanlike manner of all types of game, particularly deer. The Club is one of a network of St Hubert Clubs throughout Europe.
Deer management for landowners
The Club advocates and practices deer management and selective control and can provide land owners/administrators with the services of highly trained and proficient stalkers.
UK leading deer management training
In 1957 the Club developed and introduced the very first formal deer stalker training programme in the UK and has been at the forefront of deer stalker training ever since. The Club’s current deer stalking award was the first customised deer stalking training to be approved by Lantra Awards, it is the most comprehensive deer stalking training available in the UK. Members will typically take at least 4 years to achieve the award through a variety of accompanied stalks, lectures and both shooting and written tests.
Best practice in deer management practice
The Club is a partner in the Deer Initiative and is represented on FACE, the Standing Committee of Shooting sports and CIC committees. In addition to its stalker training the Club provides a congenial meeting ground for the exchange of Members’ views and experiences.