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"The 'profit' from shooting is not monetary but diversity in wildlife."

Hugh van Cutsem, guest editor of Volume IV | Issue VI

SHOOT

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

Bagging a Macnab

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Prescombe Shoot

Just why is everyone raving about this mixed...
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FISH

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

The GT Capital of the World

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The fieldsports guide to Norway

Global angling explorer and world-class...
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HUNT

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

Sure-footed

ATV’s may be quicker at getting deer off the...
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Moor time on the hill

We all need to do our bit to promote Scottish...
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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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Meet the guest editor: Hugh van Cutsem

Volume IV, Issue VI is guest edited by Hugh van Cutsem, a renowned shot and countryman who hails from a hallowed dynasty known for exceptional prowess in the shooting line and being stalwarts of conservation. As chairman of The British Deer Society, Hugh is hell-bent on overhauling the image of Britain’s wild deer. In the new issue he tells us how fieldsports are part of his genetic makeup, his favourite conservation success story and why his family tweed is camo. Pre-order the new issue...
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Roasted venison with red cabbage purée, heritage beetroot, dirty mash and sauce grand veneur

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The GT Capital of the World

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Sure-footed

ATV’s may be quicker at getting deer off the hill, but there is certainly still a place for the wonderful...
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Fieldsports Journal

This issue is guest edited by Hugh van Cutsem, a renowned shot and countryman who hails from a hallowed dynasty known for exceptional prowess in the shooting line and being stalwarts of conservation. As chairman of the British Deer Society, Hugh is hell-bent on overhauling the image of Britain’s wild deer, plus he tells us how fieldsports are part of his genetic makeup and why his family tweed is camo. We visit an exemplary driven partridge shoot at Bowhill in Selkirkshire and interview front cover artist Kate MccGwire who uses 100,000 gamebird feathers a year to create her otherworldly sculptures. Sporting Historian David S.D. Jones looks back at how The Game Act 1831 was a such a game changer, James Percy examines why grouse fared so badly this year, and find out how General Gerald Trotter landed 29 salmon in one night in 1925 with just one arm. Staying with fishing, Lady Katie Percy discusses the pheromone phenomenon and how it has helped her to successfully land fish all over the world. Gundog trainer Ben Randall examines how we can all learn from each other on a shoot day and finally, it is Great British Game Week this November so there’s plenty of cookery content to drool over.

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