Fieldsports Britain – Grouse on the Glorious Twelfth, roebucks and trapping salmon

Back in March 2009, The Sunday Times showed pictures of a once-in-a-decade British deer – a white roebuck. The newspaper reported that foreign hunters were lining up to pay £1,000s to have the opportunity to stalk this deer. Find out what happened to this deer on the 30-minute webTV programme Fieldsports Britain.

And that’s not all. In this episode we are also:

• Going grouse shooting in Scotland the way it should be done – with a piper
• Shooting pigeons over stubble in Kent with Sporting Shooter chef Mark Gilchrist
• Trapping salmon on the River Frome in Dorset
• Stalking roebuck in Yorkshire with Sporting Rifle editor Peter Carr
• Following two goshawks from egg to hunt
• Getting ready for the pheasant season with Canal Game Farm

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