The Glenmuick sporting estate offers two types of shooting, Grouse shooting and Clay Pigeon shooting for its guests. Grouse Both walked up and driven Grouse Shooting days are available at Glenmuick and due to the wild nature of the birds provide some of the most challenging shooting in the world. Grouse days are subject to availability and numbers. Clay Pigeon Clay pigeon shooting can be arranged on the estate and tailored to suit your requirements. Stalking Glenmuick is a traditional hunting lodge that carefully manages its deer to promote a healthy and sustainable population. We offer guests the opportunity to assist in the management and to stalk both Red and Roe Deer across varied terrain in the company of our experienced and friendly keepers. Red Deer The seasons for Scottish red deer are: Red Stags: 1st July – 20th October Red Hinds: 21st October – 15th February We offer Red Deer stalking by the day and this can either be across the extensive heather moorland or down in the lowground woodland. Both areas make for challenging stalking where no two days are the same. Here at the Glenmuick sporting estate, Trophy Hunting for large red deer stags is available within the estate lowground woodland and can be arranged upon request. Roe Deer The seasons for Scottish roe deer are: Bucks: 1st April – 20th October Does: 21st October – 31st March Roe Deer stalking is offered by the outing and outings can either be in the early morning or in the evening when the Roe Deer are more active. Roe Deer stalking is available either on the hill by foot or from high seats within lowground woodland. Fishing Salmon and Sea Trout The Glenmuick holiday lodge is situated 300 meters from the river Dee which is one of the world’s great Salmon rivers. It offers some of the finest Salmon Fishing in the world in some breathtaking scenery. In recent years catches on the River Dee have been improving and both numbers and sizes of fish seem to be steadily increasing. There are a great number of exciting and varied beats on which to fish in the area and rods are let by the day. The Dee season is from 1st February to the end of September with a two week extension to the 15th October on the middle and lower Dee. Glenmuick estate is situated on the Upper Dee where large fresh fish can be caught from as early as March. In addition to the increasing run of spring fish, the river also provides excellent summer and autumn fishing for salmon, grilse and sea trout and river catches remain high right to the end of the season.