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Cartridges for pigeons

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GAME KEEPING BURSARY AWARD

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FISH

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

MAHI MAHI ON FLY

Chasing the unicorns of Mexico’s Vermillion...
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GOLIATH TIGERFISH

Edward Ghaui & Francois Botha explore the unknown...
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HUNT

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

Spring roebuck stalking

As the days lengthen, an all-consuming desire to...
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Conservation Through Utilisation

Will Pocklington reminisces about a plains game...
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Volume IV · Issue II

GUEST EDITED BY TOM KITCHIN

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Volume IV · Issue II

GUEST EDITED BY TOM KITCHIN

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Swarovski Fieldsports Photographer of the Year 2020 Results

It’s that time of year again when we build up our anticipation for what we hope will be yet another wonderful shooting season, filled with many a great day in the field – whether beating, loading, picking-up, possibly documenting with a camera, running the game cart or, if you’re really lucky, standing on a peg with gun in hand. But for us at Fieldsports HQ, when we would love to be donning tweeds and heading for the grouse moors or for the first days on the partridge, it’s also the...
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MAHI MAHI ON FLY

Chasing the unicorns of Mexico’s Vermillion sea....
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Cartridges for pigeons

Gary Turner asks 'Why shoot pigeons with the cheapest cartridges available?'...
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GAME KEEPING BURSARY AWARD

Introducing Holland & Holland’s new Conservation Bursary initiative....
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Fieldsports Journal

Fieldsports Journal Issue IV · II

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Guest edited by Michelin-starred game chef Tom Kitchin, this issue of Fieldsports Journal Vol IV Issue II lands at the end of the shooting season when the weather is at its worst and the nights are long and dark. There is a definite cookery theme to this issue, which will help you transform the game filling your freezer into restaurant-grade meals. The species focus is the common snipe, a diminutive long-billed wader that makes great eating and marshy sport. Chef Pierre Koffmann, Tom Kitchin’s original mentor, shows us how to prepare this delicious wader with a humble jacket potato.

The GWCT’s Dr Andrew Hoodless deep dives into the ecology of snipe and gives us tips on how we can all help conserve the species. Front cover artist Anna Clare Lees-Buckley shares her Damascene moment when she realised she was destined to paint gamebirds after decade of painting portraits. Plus Donald Dallas handles the world’s first ambidextrous shotgun - a beauty from Boss & Co. For those now swapping gun for rod, international fisherman Matt Harris gives us the definitive guide to salmon fishing in Norway. And finally there’s four pages of new products to lust over and another chance to take part in our reader survey.

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