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"Suddenly the air is filled with a hundred high-piping calls of weee-ooo. It’s intoxicating. These are wigeon – and fair game."

Al Young, Fieldsports Journal Contributor

SHOOT

Everything from walked-up sport and driven grouse shooting, to reviews and top instruction...

Lead: A poisonous issue

Waitrose is the largest retailer of game in...
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A brace of snipe and a pint of port

Prime ministers, Charles Darwin and many more...
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FISH

A piscatorial journey – from the chalkstreams of England to the fabled salmon rivers of Russia...

Be more Tiggy

Former Royal nanny Tiggy Pettifer has dedicated...
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Restoring rivers naturally

James Wallace, CEO of Beaver Trust, wants the...
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HUNT

From muntjac and red deer to Spanish ibex, Cape buffalo, foxhunting and falconry...

Moor time on the hill

We all need to do our bit to promote Scottish...
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Nile Buffalo

An unforgettable big game hunt in the shadow of...
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Fly fishing is the perfect antidote to modern life

Answering the call of the wild

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Fly fishing is the perfect antidote to modern life

Answering the call of the wild

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Swarovski Optik Fieldsports Photographer of the Year competition open for entries

We are delighted to announce that leading optics brand Swarovski Optik will be sponsoring the annual Fieldsports Photographer of the Year competition for 2021. Now into its ninth year, the industry’s most hotly-contested photography competition is set to gain more attention and entries than ever before. We want to unearth the outstanding photography that showcases the very best of fieldsports as well as highlight the talent that is out there – those of you who capture and convey the...
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Latest Articles

Snipe jacket potatoes à la Koffmann

Tom Kitchin shares his snipe jacket potato recipe with us. Easy to follow but guaranteed to push your cooki...
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Lead: A poisonous issue

Waitrose is the largest retailer of game in Britain. Communications manager John Gregson wrote the supermar...
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A brace of snipe and a pint of port

Prime ministers, Charles Darwin and many more besides have all enjoyed the prospect of snipe; says Jeremy H...
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Fieldsports Journal

The latest issue of Fieldsports Journal is guest edited by the Moorland Association’s irrepressible director Amanda Anderson. As we hurtle towards the Glorious Twelfth, this bumper issue has a definite grouse and moorland conservation theme. There’s all your favourite regular columnists such as James Percy and Tarquin Millington-Drake plus some new faces such as Sir Edward Milbank discussing the use of AI when restoring peatland and Stephen Mawle looking at non-toxic shot.

Plus we are very proud to welcome Lord Moore of Etchingham, the former editor of The Daily Telegraph who writes a moving billet-doux to fieldsports. We also report on a walked-up grouse day on one of Scotland’s most iconic moors - Tollishill. Professional gundog trainer Ben Randall has some sage words for us before we consider taking a young dog onto the grouse moor. Well worth a read before any damage is irreparably done! And lastly, we have an extra large cookery section - recipes from chef James Martin, an old recipe for a Shooter’s Sandwich - and whoever knew that gamebird eggs make the best ever ice cream?!

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