"At my restaurants we’ve always flown the flag for British game, it’s part of Britain’s culture and history."

Michel Roux Jr, Feb/Mar 2020 Guest Editor

Featured Articles

A Love of Englishmen

Three of today’s foremost sporting artists consider the allure of grey partridges, in the field an...
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Graythwaite Hall

The Graythwaite Shoot in the Lake District is back, and it has everything going for...
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Stowlangtoft shoot, Suffolk

The Stowlangtoft shoot syndicate in Bury St. Edmunds has been in operation for over 75 years, so...
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Baja Blues

A shocking discovery in the Sea of Cortez....
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Modern-day bamboo fly rods

Every keen angler should fish the evening rise with a split cane rod at least once in their...
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How to catch more trout

Five top tips for catching more...
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The Ultimate Quarry Species – Part 1

We seek nominations from serious sportsmen and women....
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Stalking huge red stags

To the Mecca of trophy red stags, southeast Bulgaria, for the hunt of a...
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Himalayan tahr hunting

In search of true adventure, treading where few have been before, Simon K. Barr battles with a...
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Fieldsports Journal ups green credentials yet more

Fieldsports Journal is proud to continually push the envelope when it comes to sustainability in the countryside media sector. After scrutinising our supply chain, we were the first to scrap single use polywrap packaging and now we are leading the charge once again by becoming carbon and climate neutral. To that end the bi-monthly’s publisher Fieldsports Press recently selected a new printer - Park Communications – which is considered the UK’s most eco-friendly and offer carbon neutral...
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Latest Articles

First and Foremost

Simon Ward explains how we should never take safety for granted when shooting and how to prep for this....
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Grayling in Lapland

To Lapland for trophy grayling, where life is simple and driven by the rhythm of the land, and days are tim...
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An interview with Chris Horne

Fieldsports Journal speaks to Managing Director of GunsOnPegs Chris Horne....
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Fieldsports Journal

Fieldsports Journal – Volume III Issue III


At a time when global travel is placed on hold, allow the April/May 2020 issue of Fieldsports Journal – our fly fishing and travel special – to transport you to dreamy locations and offer an escape from self-isolation.

Guest Edited by Tarquin Millington-Drake, the Managing Director of specialist sporting travel company Frontiers and one of the most highly travelled sportsmen there is, we include exclusive articles on multiple destinations from Assynt in Scotland to the Ponoi River in Russia and untouched regions of the Colombian jungle.

“It was an honour to be invited to act as Guest Editor,” Tarquin writes in his foreword. “Such a project has led me to reflect on my years working in and enjoying the fieldsports world and to look at where we find ourselves today. In this issue, I have tried to celebrate our various sports whilst also educating and taking a look at ourselves. I would argue that there is no community more fond of the outdoors, nature, wildlife and animals and yet it cannot be denied that we are heavy users of carbon, the countryside, and natural ebbs and flows of wildlife. Our challenge over the next decade is to work out how we continue to enjoy what we do but not overstock, overuse or over pressure while also drastically reducing our carbon footprint and allowing our passions to pass on to younger generations.”

With reams of outstanding content including game shooting instructional pieces from top instructors Simon Ward and Adam Calvert, a dawn roebuck stalk with deer manager Chris Rogers, game recipes, ponderings on gundog field trials and sporting art, there’s much you will love in this issue.



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