George Digweed MBE is on a charity day for the Prince’s Countryside Fund, organised by EJ Churchill. Here’s how a well-run charity clay shoot should look. Plus Rob Fenwick from EJ Churchill on what the Worlds will look like in 2018. This item appears in Claysports, episode 17. To watch the whole show on YouTube, […]

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Work with people like Roy, Crow and the rest, and it’s not all going to go according to plan. And it doesn’t. Here is where we mucked it up in 2016. This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports Britain, episode 369 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain369 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register

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We follow the work on a Scottish sporting estate for a whole year – shooting grouse, then pheasants, catching hares with eagles, watching nature at its most wonderful, block cocks lekking and breathing life into the landscape. This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports Britain, episode 350 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain350 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter […]

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This competition just gets bigger and bigger with a £42,500 prize pot and 2000 competitive shots heading to the Hepworth Hall Shooting Ground. We chat to George Digweed MBE, last year’s champion Mark Winser and Richard Faulds MBE about the success of the Masters and why they enjoy the competition so much. This item appears […]

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26 times world champion George Digweed MBE and his wife Kate were subjected to a terrifying robbery at their home on Sunday. This is George’s first interview about the moment 4 masked men smashed their way into their sitting room, attacked them, bound them and stole property. If anyone has any information about the incident […]

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George Digweed is pushing his skills to the limit this week by shooting pigeons on a flight line. He’s set-up his hide inside the woodland next to a maize field and the birds are “up-there”. There are plenty of tips and jokes as George once again proves to be simply an amazing shot. On a […]

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Digweed designs first competition A tennis court is a tennis court, a rugby pitch a rugby pitch but for some sports the design of the course makes all the difference. Golf, motor racing and of course shooting are all affected by the layout, the set-up, and make-up of the ground. For the first time, 20 […]

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The Pheasant Poacher This story starts in September last year. A few days before the start of the shooting season, George asks us over to film some driven boar shooting… Not in Germany, but Sussex.

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Lamping with George George and his mate Steve are in a field in Sussex hitting the stealth mode button. George has taken delivery of a new electric powered Polaris UTV and it will mean the foxes won’t know what’s gliding towards them, let alone what’s hit them.

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Wild boar management with George Digweed George Digweed’s boar problem started last autumn but the shooting season put a stop to any control measures. He has tried driving them in the daytime, lamping them at night time and he still hasn’t been able to enjoy that Asterix and Obelix moment of roast wild boar.

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The trouble with having George Digweed on your website is that you keep having to change his write up as he wins yet another world championship. It is 26 at the time of writing. He has dominated the world of Sporting and FITASC shooting across four decades. He is also a keen pheasant, pigeon and […]

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Some of the top stars in the world of clayshooting explain how they started in a series of inspiring stories for anyone – and we mean anyone – who wants to take up clayshooting. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 115.

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