Forget what you say about your gun – here’s what your gun says about you. We’re at the Browning Owners’ Club day at Oxford Gun Company to meet shooting enthusiasts as they meet their manufacturing heroes. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain episode 23, to watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain23 […]

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We’re groundbaiting and stalking carp and barbel at Bishops Bowl Fishery in Warwickshire with Jan Porter, one of the top coarse anglers of today and the face of Shimano angling kit. This film first appeared on Fieldsports Britain, episode 26. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain26 Sign up to our weekly […]

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We’re out calling in foxes at night and lamping them – but that’s easy. We’re also out with an expert calling and shooting them by day, and for that you need the wheel from an old Hornby train. This film first appeared on Fieldsports Britain, episode 22. To watch the whole show on YouTube go […]

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Picture a school open day and you might imagine prize giving for pupils or perhaps a coconut shy. Not at Bredon School in Gloucestershire. Its open day has become one of the foremost schools clayshooting events. Here are the organisers talking about what to expect at the 2010 fete. This film first appeared in Fieldsports […]

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The famous Bredon Fete in Gloucester. It’s not just a school open day… it’s a mini game fair! We were there to capture the fun. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 24. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain24 Sign up to our weekly email newsletter www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register

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We go after red hinds on the Cheshire/Staffordshire border with rugby league legend and St Helens Captain Keiron Cunningham. We also try out a fabulous new underground range. And we get our hands on Zeiss’s new range of uber-scopes. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 22. To watch the whole show on YouTube […]

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We try for a fish on the River Dart in Devon. It’s some of the best-value trout fishing in England and it is available thanks to the Duchy of Cornwall Estate, owned by HRH the Prince of Wales. But do we get one – or has His Royal Highness had the lot? This film first […]

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Need money to take your shooting career forward? You need to talk to the Olympic Clay Target Shooting Foundation. Launched here on Fieldsports Channel, it is raising funds which will be invested in supporting talented athletes within the Olympic Clay Target Shooting disciplines in ways that significantly impact international performance and increase the probability of […]

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He wants the best bred goshawks in the world. So here’s how falconer Roy Lupton sets about impregnating his female goshawks. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 19. To watch the whole programme go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain19 Sign up to our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Our falconry expert Roy Lupton takes his hawks and his John Deere Gator out to catch rabbits at night. Watch incredible footage of eagles catching – and missing – rabbits as Roy lights them up with a powerful lamp. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 16. To watch the whole programme on YouTube […]

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Darren Rogers tries out the new trailcam from www.thomasjacks.com/ – he sees lots and lots of rats, and gets to shoot them too! This item appears in AirHeads, episode 22. To watch it on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads22 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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James Marchington is bringing in all kinds of birds and animals to within range of his Crosman Phantom Mk2. The lesson learned today is headshots of squirrels and rabbits, while body shots work best for magpies. now, if only the parakeets would come a bit closer… Go to www.a-s-i.co.uk/ for Crosman stockists in the UK. […]

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Airgun World and Airgunner technical editor Phill Price tests the Hawke Airmax 30 SF scope, the flagship Hawke scope. To buy one, have a look at www.deben.com/hawke-airmax-30-side-focus-riflescopes/hawke-airmax-30-sf-4-16×50.html This item appears in AirHeads, episode 22. To watch it on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads22 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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HotAir is the airgun news service on YouTube. The headlines this week: ☆ Squirrels target pandas ☆ Scottish lawyers give Salmond a ‘skelpit lug’ over airguns ☆ Marocchis buy MTC ☆ Baikal MP654K ‘Makarov’ Nickels fly out the door ☆ Crosman helps the Seals ☆ New central Asian sport: shooting naked Kazakhs with airguns Aiming […]

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So what is Hunter Field Target? We join HFT shooter Roger Lait on a UKAHFT shoot in Sussex to explain the sport – and find out what makes it one of the fastest-growing and most welcoming sports in the country. This item appears in AirHeads, episode 22. To watch it on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads22 […]

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Prince Charles (all right not really) asks Airgun World and Airgunner editor-in-chief Terry Doe what his most important shooting lesson was. This item appears in AirHeads, episode 22. To watch it on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads22 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter bit.ly/weeklyemail

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It’s all the weekly fishing news you need in one short item… – A Scottish fish farm has lost 155,000 salmon as a result of extreme weather. – Cast for Life is back again for 2014. – Guinness World of Records may have given up on fishing and shooting but there are still plenty who […]

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It’s any method angling this week. Dom Holtam is on Bewl Water in Kent looking at the revolution in fishing that has taken place since they opened the water up to predator anglers as well as the traditional reservoir trout fishers. Then we are in Northern France where Charlie Jacoby is on the trail of […]

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While out fishing with the Daiwa Gordon League Mare treasure had a bit of an accident with his brand new Daiwa Airity pole and carried on fishing. Goes to show how good the manufacturing is on the Daiwa poles. First seen in Fishing Britain Episode 19. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to […]

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When handed just some fishing line, some hooks and a knife Hywel has to revert back to the forager deep within and work out how to catch a fish with the Bare Essentials and some grey matter. This first appeared in Fishing Britain, episode 17. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fishingbritain […]

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The Hardy’s Fortuna Reel has an tough drag system and we put it to the test as we try it out on some big game species high up in the mountains. Can it hold back the power of the pink nasty? First seen in Fishing Britain Episode 19. To watch the whole show on YouTube […]

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We smash a £5,000 fishing rod and try to burn out a reel. This week’s Fishing Britain has comedy, tragedy and, above all, fish. Breaking a £5,000 Daiwa pole is in all ways embarrassing but, on camera, it’s the pits – as Mark Treasure of the Daiwa Gordon League finds out. The worst part of […]

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In mid Wales Hywel Morgan gets back to his roots, well… branches actually, as he sees if he can fish with the bare essentials. We give him a hook and line, and tell him to get on with it. For more about Springwater Lakes, visit www.springwaterlakes.com The British fly champion Terry Bromwell takes on the […]

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It’s the preview film for our fabulous new DVD “Pigeons, the Experts’ Way”. Sporting Shooter editor James Marchington learns the art of decoying pigeons from gamekeeper and expert shot Andy Pye. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 15. To watch the whole show on YouTube, go to www.bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain15 Sign up for our weekly […]

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Airstreaming showcases the best airgun films on YouTube. This week, Ted’s Holdover is highlighting the difference between the US and the UK, SquirrelHunter is after corvids, and HuntersVermin is out after rabbits with his trusty (rusty?) springer. Here are the links to the films: HuntersVermin www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBgs6GAgXwE Justin HampshireExtremeTv www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ikgk1YN8Ogo Ted’s HoldOver www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SY0iDOW-O8 BumblefootFilms www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_b33saCOXQ Replica […]

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IPAS shooter Steve Taylor explains that it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to get into shooting sports. Using the range at Ronnie Sunshines he talks through holsters and eye ware. This item appears in AirHeads, episode 16. To watch the whole show as a playlist on YouTube, go to bit.ly/airheads16 It is sponsored by […]

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Now when you’re trying to impress dinner guests it can be nice to serve up a bit of game. At Buxted Park Hotel they’re hosting a kill-it-cook-it-eat-it evening. The trouble is at the moment the 15 diners are going to have to fight over a small rabbit. They call in Roy Lupton, late in the […]

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Foxes, pigeons and deer: it’s a gamekeeper’s diary. We’re going behind the scenes at the popular Gamekeepers’ Diary series of DVDs. In our half-hour weekly programme, Essex keeper Geoff Garrod takes us pigeon shooting, fox shooting and deerstalking, as well as showing us around the estate he keepers. Geoff has strong views on the antis, […]

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Anglesey is the place for fun, fishing and fish ‘n’ chips. So we do exactly that – cliff jumping, setting up your rotten bottom and getting a take away. Sounds like the perfect day out. This item first appeared in Fishing Britain episode 003 bit.ly/fishingbritain Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Although the floods have not been kind ROVTV still manages to get a pike taking a dead bait on camera. Boom! This item first appeared in Fishing Britain episode 3 bit.ly/fishingbritain Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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The future of our rivers rests heavy on the custodians that take on the protection of these environments. It’s not just about putting more fish in the rivers its about maintaining the delicate balance and making it accessible for anglers and fish alike. Dr Stephen Marsh-Smith tells us what the Wye & Usk Foundation have […]

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Wet and wild weather in south wales and Hywel Morgan challenges his daughter to a comp with high stakes. This item first appeared in Fishing Britain episode 001 bit.ly/fishingbritain For more on Garnffrwd Fishery visit www.garnffrwdflyfishing.co.uk/ Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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We head to Trawsfynydd Lake in North Wales to fish the waters of the decommissioned Nuclear power station to see if Hywel Morgan or Ant Glascoe can pluck us a pike out of this vast body of once warm water. We fish the shallows, the deeps and just about all in between but were the […]

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It’s the life jacket killer. In this week’s Gear Guide we check out the wrong way to wear a life jacket and why. We head up the River Taff with three British flyfishing champions in search of the big brown trout – and we get lucky and strike it rich with Welsh Gold. Big D […]

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What works best on pike? Flyfishing (fluff) or lurefishing (jerk)? We are in Scotland, to hold a friendly match between Team Jerk and Team Fluff to see who can land the most pike from the bonny Lake of Menteith. That’s not all. Ant Glascoe Jr. finds himself on our reasonably priced seat box and facing […]

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There are thousands of feral and wild boar roaming the British countryside’s darker woods, and shooting them has become an established sport. We review the state of British wild boar in Britain today – in Kent’s Ashdown Forest and in the Galloway Forest in Scotland, where one boar gets a bit too close for comfort! […]

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It was the home marsh of the godfather of modern wildfowling, Stanley Duncan. We visit the BASC founder’s club, the Hull & East Riding Wildfowlers’ Association, to go shooting on the north bank of the Humber. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 13. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain13 […]

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Sporting Shooter editor Dom Holtam is also a motoring journalist. So he’s well placed to say whether a vehicle can be a sporting vehicle as well as a family car. We’re messing about in the snow and seeing if the big Swede can pass the elk test. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode […]

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We spend a sunny afternoon with internet angling sensation Carl and Alex, fishing for a mixed bag of species and conversation. We reel in large carp, large tench, perch, rudd and a mighty gudgeon all while chatting about what makes these new-school fishing gurus tick. Then we head off to Woolastone Court Trout Lakes to […]

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Anticipation was in the air as thousands of people turned out in all weathers for Boxing Day meets all over the country. Anticipation of the hunt and anticipation for what 2010 may have to offer. Certainly those at the Old Surrey, Burstow and West Kent Hunt, which met at Chiddingstone Castle in Kent, were hoping […]

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Technical Editor of Airgunner and Airgun World magazine Phill Price explains why he loves springer air rifles – how a spring air rifle works and how to get the best out of it. Using one of the most accurate springers on the market, the Walther LGV, Phill talks us through the best way to handle […]

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This is a unique film about stalking stags on Prince Charles’s favourite beat at Balmoral, Glen Clova. Invented by the royal family, Balmoral is the ueber-Scottish estate. It inspired the Scottish sporting week, one of the mainstays of Highland tourism. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 5. To watch the whole show on […]

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Falconer Roy Lupton’s goshawks are growing up. he needs to get them used to being driven around in a car, so that’s this week’s lesson. But will the naughty birds co-operate? This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 5. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain5 Sign up for our weekly […]

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Shooting Times ferreting expert Simon Whitehead of Pakefield Ferrets shows how he deals with first a pig farm, then a promising looking bank, both of them stuffed with rabbits. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 6. To watch the whole show on YouTube go to bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain6 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter […]

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We’re on an estate in Galloway in south-west Scotland. Nick Latus is starting the day the way he likes it: striding on to the hill, a rifle on his back. But he is not stalking deer. He’s after goats. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 10. To watch the whole show on YouTube […]

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It’s more like catch of the century than catch of the day. And next to 11-year-old Jessica Wanstall from Sittingbourne, the 193lb catfish looks like a beached whale. Jessica caught the fish on a trip to the Ebro River in North-East Spain arranged by her angling father Mark, who’s also landed some serious fish in […]

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Imagine catching a fish weighing 891lb – and not having to go to the Indian Ocean or the Caribbean to do it. The Tunny Club began in the 1930s. It attracted film stars and industrialists – the mighties of the age – to the East Yorkshire ports of Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington. For two decades, […]

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The Tackle Box in Dartford, Kent is one of the most popular angling shops in the South-East. Carp specialist Lee Jackson says what’s going to be hot for the loved one (who fishes) in your life for Christmas This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 9. To watch the whole show on YouTube go […]

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Farlows in Pall Mall is one of the grandest fishing shops in the world. The Tackle Box in Dartford, Kent is one of the most popular angling shops in the South-East. We ask them both, including carp specialist Lee Jackson, says what’s going to be hot for the loved one (who fishes) in your life […]

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We’re in the North-West of England on the big, bleak sands of Morecambe Bay (where the Chinese cocklers died) to go wildfowling with Tom Fell of Grange Wildfowlers and to walk up the marshed for snipe. You can shoot more than 10 miles of coastline here for just £10 a day. This film first appeared […]

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