The value of salmon rivers, trout chalk streams, grouse moors and Scottish red deer stalking estates, which slumped after the 2008 financial crash, has soared to a new peak this year, according to the estate agents Knight Frank. The average value of hunting, shooting and fishing assets is up 32% over the past decade, with grouse moors up 49%. The report says: “Although this may not sound high when compared with some of the other property classes … it is actually evidence of a very robust market.” Organisers of luxury hunting and shooting trips say demand has never been stronger.
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