Where do the world’s top driven pheasant shooters go? The answer is Wales. Shoots such as Brigands and, this week’s feature, Llechweddygarth, are providing birds of incredible height and speed. We join Ross Neville as he enjoys a day of spectacular shooting. Meanwhile, we go behind the scenes at a Somerset shoot to join a […]

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Probably the highest pheasants in the UK: Ross Neville goes to the incredible Llechweddygarth in Wales, which is on top of its game. The shoot includes Gris Mountain, perhaps the UK’s top pheasant drive. For more about the Miroku MK60 32in pair, visit www.browning.eu To go shooting at Llechweddygarth or one of Robert’s other shoots, […]

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Two shooters from Somerset are on fox patrol around a shoot when they come across a foxshooting field of dreams. Find out how Stephen Phillips and Olie Curtis get on. Sign up for our weekly email newsletter www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports Britain, episode 412 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain412 Sign up for our weekly email […]

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Three men took time out of their hunting trip to save a deer trapped in a fence. The men were hunting in Texas and found the animal, believed to be an axis deer, hung up on a fence. One of the men films as the other untangle it and it runs off into the bushes.

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There is a hunting controversy underway in Armenia after photographs of men holding dead griffon vultures emerged on social media. The photos date back to before 2013 and the individuals in the photos have been identified. One of the men is a village mayor allied to the Republican Party of Armenia. He told media in […]

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A moose hunter says she is “thankful” for the multiple death threats she has received from antis after pictures of her Alaskan moose hunt went viral. Jessica Grays attracted the attention of violent extremists after posting pictures of the moose she shot on Facebook. She now says she’s “thankful” for the multiple death threats she […]

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A US hunter who waited years for a ‘moose tag’ and spent thousands on it, has given it away to an army veteran. Rick Carosone from Idaho waited 18 years for his moose tag to come up in the state lottery, and spent $1,400 on it. But when he got it, he gave it to […]

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Prince Charles tried to stop Tony Blair from banning hunting with hounds, in letters released this week. The Prince of Wales lobbied the then British Prime Minister not to outlaw the sport in a 2002 letter. His letter reads: “There is … complete bewilderment that the Government is apparently responding to calls to ban something […]

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Tim’s gaucho Carlos looks grimly at the little pile of bones in front of him, writes Alex Howell. “Between last month and this month we lost about 20 sheep. It is predominately lambs, but for the farmer it is a big loss,” he says. Carlos has a problem. He has to control what is rapidly […]

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Right-to-left or left-to-right, what’s the best way to shoot a crossing clay pigeon target? Top shot Ben Husthwaite explains. This item is sponsored by Gamebore www.gamebore.com For more from the clayground, visit www.ejchurchill.com Ben’s website is www.benhusthwaite.com Sign up for our weekly email newsletter www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports Britain, episode 411 […]

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Here’s hunting so-fast-so-furious: Tim Pilbeam is chasing down wild boar on horseback in Argentina, where they lassoo them and shoot them. He calls it the most exciting hunt he has been on. It is the latest in his Rucksack & Rifle series. To go hunting boar on horseback + doves, water buffalo and axis deer, […]

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Tim Pilbeam is chasing down wild boar again in the thick scrub of northern Argentina. This time, the idea is to lassoo the pig before shooting it. That way’s you don’t lose it in the brush. And that means Tim has to learn to lassoo. It’s more fast-paced Rucksack & Rifle action as Tim gets […]

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At last: an awards for hunting videos on YouTube. Fieldsports Channel is on the judging panel of The Monocular Video Awards 2017. Sponsored by Blaser, Sitka and Garmin, the most public votes for your video wins you a Blaser R8 Professional Success rifle worth £2,200. The second most public votes wins a Garmin VIRB 360 […]

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Gamo has brought out a semi-auto springer airgun. Jamie Chandler tries out the Gamo Maxxim Elite. For more about Gamo, visit www.gamo.com Watch the whole show on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads68 Sign up for the AirHeads newsletter. Go to www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register

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It is August and Richard Leonard has a new pest control problem on the farm in South Africa’s Eastern Cape that can be solved by airguns. He is out after Egyptian geese and the largest African waterfowl, spur-winged geese. Richard uses an Air Arms S510. Richard is supported by Air Arms. For more, go to […]

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It’s our airgun show AirHeads: Richard Leonard is after Africa’s largest waterfowl as part of a, literally, huge pest problem on the farm in the Eastern Cape. Meanwhile, Jamie Chandler is trying out the new Gamo Maxxim Elite – it is a semi-auto springer. There is HotAir airgun news and the best airgunning videos on […]

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A wild boar has spread havoc in a peaceful residential area in southern Japan by attacking a man in a wheelchair, biting two pensioners and charging into a motorbike and a car. The boar which was on the loose for eight hours in Sasebo city, was stopped by a man with a golf club before […]

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Prince William’s favourite charity is promoting an anti-poaching operation in the Serengeti. United for Wildlife is a collaboration between seven of the largest field based international conservation organisations and The Royal Foundation. The Singita Grumeti reserve in Tanzania was set up by American billionaire and hunting lodge owner Paul Tudor Jones. A new film on […]

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Shooters and birdwatchers have come together to try to stop the slaughter of dozens of birds of prey in Lebanon. Calling themselves the ‘bird guards’, an international team of bird conservationists teamed up with local pro regulation hunters and birdwatchers to carry out anti-poaching operations. They witnessed the shooting of more than 100 protected birds […]

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One of Britain’s top shoot owners will miss the start of the season because he is riding his horse the length of Britain. As the pheasant-shooting season gets underway in the UK, 81-year-old Sir Humphry Tyrrell Wakefield who owns Chillingham Castle in Northumberland is riding his horse Barack, named because the horse is half black […]

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BBC TV presenter Chris Packham is in the limelight again after publicly supporting proposals to ban trail hunting on National Trust land across the UK. Trail hunting was adopted by hunts ten years ago after the fox hunting ban came into force. The legal practice involves dogs chasing an artificial scent rather than a live […]

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We are with Roy Lupton as he gets his hands on the Rocrow falconry flight trainer. He uses it to train his birds of prey to chase and bring down their quarry. But what exactly is Rocrow? The company, which is based in West Wales, has been involved in falconry science since 1968. Its staff […]

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The pheasant shooting season is underway and gamekeepers are under pressure to keep fox numbers down. Paul Childerley tries out a new thermal scope from Pulsar, the XP50 Trail, with the help of Johnny Muston from R&K Stockcraft. Paul Childerley is best known on Fieldsports Channel for his deer stalking but he also runs a […]

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Incredible footage of falcons hunting and in flight as Roy Lupton teaches his birds of prey to hunt by using a specially-designed drone, called a Rocrow. These birds will be able to take these skills into the hunting field and use it to knowck down birds and animals for real. Meanwhile, Paul needs to go […]

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From 1 October 2017, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon will mount a new attack on Scottish sporting estates. Her years of forcibly buying their land, shooting their deer, poisoning their salmon, and briefing against them and the people they employ to manage Scotland’s landscape have failed. She has not ‘driven the foreigners out of Scotland’, nor […]

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A young stalker is out after a red stag for the first time. He is stalking at the Ardnamurchan with Niall Rowantree of West Highland Hunting. Rifle is a Blaser R8 and scope and binos by Swarovski. This film is sponsored by Swarovski and Blaser. For more about Blaser, go to www.blaser-sporting.com For Swarovski’s range […]

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A young lad on his first stalking trip has a stag in his sights. In this week’s #Fieldsports Britain, we look at why Scottish stalkers and gamekeepers are the heroes of Scottish tourism. Plus we look at what Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is doing to destroy their work. It’s all about Scotland – and […]

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Axis deer are a pest to farmers in northern Argentina. In the latest in his Rucksack & Rifle series, Tim Pilbeam has come from the UK to hunt them, a trip which starts with him paddling a canoe up a South American river. To go hunting axis deer + doves, water buffalo and wild boar, […]

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Tim Pilbeam leaves his comfort zone of fallow and roe stalking in England to pick up Rucksack & Rifle and paddle up a river in Argentina in order to hunt axis deer. It is an extraordinary hunting experience for him, both the tropical landscape and the thick scrub where the animals hide out. Back in […]

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Crow has been sent loads of new kit to try on pigeons and deer: – a new stock on his Blaser F16 – a new Blaser R8 with two barrel options – a personalised Aimpoint gun sight – new UK Shoot Warehouse pigeon decoys – new Gamebore Clear Pigeon cartridges Jon Carrington from Blaser Sporting […]

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Where do you start? A glossy promotional campaign? Attractive models? And the skilled craftsmanship to produce a high-end product? Well, that’s exactly what the latest launch from Sauer has. The new firearms off the production line are the Sauer Artemis a shotgun specifically designed for women, and the Sauer Apollon, designed for men. The German […]

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We are with the bad boy of shooting, Ben Husthwaite who looks at how to take a looping bird. Ben breaks down the shot, the posture you need and how to take the shot. Ben also goes into the mentality he has before and between a stand and how it will help a shooter’s composure […]

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It is a partridge shoot that is more than just a shoot. This is a day for shooters and dog handlers, organised by gundog trainer Jason Mayhew. The day gives the dogs the field experience they need before the trialling season starts. Meanwhile, Jenna Gearing, a countrysports sculptor, swaps her usual rifle for the new […]

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It is driven grouse at its finest. Shooter Ross Neville is on a tour of British grousemoors. We spend a day with him at lochan in the Angus Glens, where the birds are in numbers never before seen on this moore. He tries out one of the guns from the John M Browning Collection. For […]

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The cream of the cream of British sport in in this week’s #FieldsportsBritain: we are in the Angus Glens on a driven grouse day, and shooter Ross Neville is trying out a new Browning in one of the most abundant seasons the moor has known. Plus we get to look at how shooters get on […]

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The Countryside Alliance has launched a podcast. The online radio show is hosted by Rachel Smedley and the CA’s head of shooting, Liam Stokes. It is called ‘Voice of the Countryside,’ and presenters will regularly delve into topical rural issues. The first podcast is available to download now and touches on the topic of trail-hunting […]

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One of the biggest problems facing pheasant shooters is calculating where they are to stand on a peg when the shoot captain has said ‘numbering left to right and moving up two’. There is now an app to solve that problem. Shooter and Fieldsports Channel viewer Stephen Brown designed the app, which is available free […]

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Gunmaker Sauer is launching two new shotguns. They are called the Apollon and the Artemis. The Artemis is specifically designed for women. Top sporting sculptor and Fieldsports Channel regular Jenna Gearing, models the Artemis shotguns in the new campaign alongside her sister Ellen. You can see Jenna put the gun through its paces in an […]

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A sea angler took two hours to reel in one of the largest tuna caught in British waters while he was hunting for shark. Using a rod he designed himself, Andrew Alsop caught the 225kg Atlantic bluefin tuna about 20 miles off the Welsh coast, near an area known as the Celtic Deep. The fish […]

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Two firefighters who used an old duckhunting trick to put out a fire caused by Hurricane Harvey are now national heroes. Jason Hunt and Beau Bishop had been seconded from Arkansas to help fight fires in Houston. They attempted to attach a hose to a fire hydrant, only to discover there wasn’t enough pressure for […]

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With the deer stalking season back in full swing and red stag stalking underway in Scotland, Lyme disease is back in the spotlight. Former England rugby captain Matt Dawson has revealed he had to have heart surgery after being bitten by a tick. He was bitten by the bug in London while visiting a park […]

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Fieldsports Channel features products from across the shooting industry – and top brands keep coming back to showcase their latest piece of hardware off the production line on our YouTube channel. One of the latest collaborations is with Thomas Jacks, the UK’s distributor of Pulsar night-vision and thermal gear. It is essential kit for rabbit […]

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A jogger has been left with a painful wound on his head after being attacked by a buzzard while out running. Andy Llewellyn was jogging in Chellaston, Derby, when he was set upon by the bird of prey. Mr Llewellyn, said: “I was just jogging along and without any warning I got an almighty smack on […]

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The rabbits have taken over a nice garden in Essex, and the foxes aren’t far behind. Who you going to call? Roger Lait. He has an AR-style rifle in .223 and the new Pulsar N970 LRF night vision scope. We know Roger Lait best for his air-gunning exploits, you can normally see him on the […]

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Around 400 canada and greylag geese are landing on a stubble field in Bedfordshire. The farmer wants them moved on, so he calls on Paul Childerley and Jason Doyle. Usually deer experts, they turn their hands to gooseshooting – and approach it with careful planning and man power. It is a new pairing this week: […]

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It’s like Bodie & Doyle – except it’s Childerley & Doyle. And what mission is Paul Childerley and Jason Doyle undertaking? They have got to move around 400 geese off a farmer’s stubble field. They do that, dropping more than 60 on the way. Meanwhile, Roger Lait has got a rabbit and fox problem in […]

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It’s a hippo hunt- one of the African big five. We follow aprofessional hunter, who manges a hippo herd, and we look at hippo hunting in South Africa and how it pays for conservation of a wide range of species. For more episodes of Fieldsports Africa, free to watch, visit www.fieldsportschannel.tv/channel/fieldsportsafrica/ Sign up for our […]

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Rich Leonard, our man in South Africa has started his own outfitting business. As well as producing our series Fieldsports Africa you can now book hunting with him by visiting: AfricanHuntingSafaris.co.za To watch a film produced by Rich, showing you the type of hunts you could be a part of, watch the video at the […]

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A 10-year-old boy found a handgun in a dressing room in an Adidas store while out shopping with his mother in Atlanta, Georgia. When he brought the gun to his mother’s attention she pulled the trigger to see if it was real. The gun, a .22-calibre handgun fired a bullet through a wall in the […]

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