Current Issue

Guest edited by legendary cricketer Lord Botham of Ravensworth, aka Beefy, our bumper Christmas issue is full of festive cheer and Boxing Day nostalgia from regular contributors James Percy, Jeremy Hobson and Sandy Swinton. Further afield we cross over to Greenland for some walked-up ptarmigan and head to the sunnier climes of the Caribbean for some salt water fly fishing. This issue’s cover artist, ecologist Justin Prigmore picks out his best oil paintings of game in snow and Beefy’s favourite sporting artist John Hurst reveals how the two of them first met. We also head to Glasgow for COP26 to see how the Missing Salmon Alliance secured a stunning art installation in the UN-managed Blue Zone to help raise awareness of the species. There’s also seven pages of Christmas gift ideas - ranging from newly released products to feel-good charity gifts. We have an incredible selection for game recipes from Tulchan’s head chef Ollie Wilson and of course, James Goodhart review’s Beefy’s New World wine from his very own label that was launched at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

About Fieldsports Journal

Fieldsports Journal is a country pursuits bi-monthly of unsurpassed quality with an emphasis placed on the finest game shooting, fishing and hunting both in the UK and abroad. Each issue delivers a stunning, collectable journal of editorial features, topical news, opinion, products and comment, all accompanied by world-class photography, in a timeless but contemporary design. 

Our roster of plain-speaking, authoritative writers allows Fieldsports Journal to deep dive complex subjects and tackle the big topics. We are here to start conversations. We know there is an insatiable appetite for quality, long-form journalism. We have an unwavering commitment to deliver only fieldsports-related editorial - no fringe topics, no jam making or tertiary lifestyle fillers.

Printed on thick 110gsm hand-selected paper, we use an elaborate sheet-fed printing process meaning our pages have best-in-class colour fidelity, contrast and sharpness. Fieldsports Journal is leading the way when it comes to green credentials too. We use recycled, recyclable cardboard packaging. Our printing process is carbon neutral and uses offshore wind electricity and we use eco-friendly vegetable oil-based inks and chlorine-free paper from FSC-certified forests.


World class contributors

Filled with the most sought-after contributors and photographers, each journal delivers reams of hunting, game shooting and fly fishing articles from passionate storytellers, fact finders and thought leaders.

Sustainability at heart

Fieldsports is the first publication in the UK country pursuits sector to be delivered in a recycled, recyclable cardboard box.

With readers in mind

Here to start conversations: We love nothing more than delving into controversial topics to provoke discussion.


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