We are spring-loaded and after rats at a local aviary. James Marchington doesn’t have to be too stealthy on this occasion as the rats are just intent on eating the readily available bird seed. This film first appeared in AirHeads episode 3, bit.ly/airheadstv Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Technical editor of Airgunner and Airgun World magazines, Phill Price, explains how to handle and load a spring powered air rifle. It may be something many of us take for granted but the film shows just how important it is to grip the barrel and not let go whilst always keeping it pointed at the […]

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Bringing together top-end Infra red illuminators, an FX Verminator air rifle plus Hawke scope with a thermal imaging camera, our technology expert Darren Rogers uses £10,000s worth of expensive optics to hunt down a single rat. Surely, this is the most expensive rat shoot ever?! This item first appeared in AirHeads episode 2 bit.ly/airheadstv Sign […]

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Peter Carr has been editor of Sporting Rifle since April 2009. He took over from Fieldsports Channels Charlie Jacoby. Now Charlie is going to visit Peter on his home ground in the Yorkshire Wolds with an invitation to shoot a roebuck. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 2. To watch the whole show […]

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We’re out with a team of guns on the Glorious 12th August itself, thanks to the East Haugh House Hotel at Pitlochry – and they’re doing it in some style. Not only are the birds flying and coming down, the well dressed party are having a silver service picnic on the moor complete with piper. […]

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At the heart of British shooting lies a lovely, leafy clay ground in old colonial style that provides shooting and instruction from novices to champions, clubs to corporates. We talk to clay ground manager Alex Roupell about what it’s like – and then we check if that’s true by asking the shooters. For more go […]

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It’s the run-up to the 2009 grouse shooting season. we ask three people closest to this incredible game bird – a scientist, a sporting agent and a Highland gamekeeper – just what’s in store for grouseshooters this year. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 1. To view the complete episode visit bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain1 Sign […]

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All the highs and the lows of one of the biggest clay competitions in the UK. Find out how the shooters get on at the English Open, held at High Lodge Shooting Ground in Suffolk. This item appears in Claysports, episode 1. To watch the whole show on YouTube, go to bit.ly/claysports1 Sign up for […]

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Could you ask for better sport? The Lakeland fells covered in brick red bracken with a bright blue sky atop, its time to go fellhunting with the Coniston Foxhounds. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 8 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain8 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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As deerstalker Roy Lupton starts to gralloch a lame buck he has culled, a dog walker shouts that he is a ‘cruel b*****d’ for ‘shooting stags’. Roy, frustrated by the ignorance of some people, decides to show the woman exactly why he was committed to finding this animal. This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports […]

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When Melissa Bowden from Sussex said she had never caught a fish before, it was obvious what we had to do. We sent her to her local trout lakes, Brick Farm Lakes near Herstmonceux, East Sussex in to try her luck. This film first appeared on Fieldsports Britain, episode 7. For more on Brick Farm […]

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British woman catches 500lb fish while on holiday in Thailand, Angling Trust worries about flood defended, FishPal raises money – that’s the fishy news this week. This item first appeared in Fishing Britain, episode 7 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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It’s the UK’s newest clay shooting ground, it’s green and it’s fully equipped by Laporte. Eriswell is at Lakenheath in Suffolk, and new owners Stuart and Nigel Smith have made it one of the most up-to-date grounds there is. This item is sponsored by Laporte and the Clay Pigeon Company, which kitted Eriswell out with […]

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Dive beneath the water with Fishing Britain’s ROVTV and spy on some of the inhabitants that lurk in the depths. With some surprising finds, Richard Chapman takes us for a spin in the new toy. This item first appeared in Fishing Britain episode 001 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Fancy a 40lb pike? In this week’s show we travel to North Wales to fish Trawsfynydd Lake in the dramatic Snowdonia National Park where we are hunting out the nuclear mutant ninja monster pike that live there. Hywel Morgan teams up with predator specialist Ant Glascoe Jr. Ever wondered what’s in that deep, dark pond? […]

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Our very own Charlie ‘Fearless’ Jacoby takes on the Severn bore on a surfboard with a fishing rod! Will he survive? This item first appeared in Fishing Britain, episode 001 bit.ly/fishingbritain Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Out with the riverkeepers from the famous Arundell Arms fishing hotel on the border of Devon and Cornwall trying to bring in a sea trout, a salmon, a trout from the river and a sea bass from the sea – all on the fly. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 1. Sign up […]

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Top clay shot Aaron Heading in his latest challenge…to shoot a clay pigeon with a bow and arrow. He is testing his hand-eye coordination with a Laporte archery set. This item is sponsored by Laporte clay pigeon traps, and first appears in Claysports, episode 7. To watch the whole show on YouTube, go to bit.ly/claysports7 […]

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Put a pike lure into the water and see what comes out! Hywel Morgan was not expecting a big mirror carp. That’s just one of the surprises in this episode of Fishing Britain. Fake bread versus Mighty White for carp: flyfisher Hywel shows how to tie and fish the bread fly – yup, really. Top […]

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We’re at the home of British flytying – the BFFI show – to look at the latest in fly technology, hand tying techniques and rod decoration, plus we have a little competition on the Veniard stand. Who can tie fastest? And want to see more pictures of flies by the man who tied that mantis? […]

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Hywel Morgan takes a walk around the BFFI to see all the latest in fly tying technology and materials. We put Barry Ord Clarke and David Edwards head to head in a speed tying competition and we chat to many of the shows exhibitors. This item first appeared in Fishing Britain episode 006   Sign […]

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The White Gold Challenge and Gamebore Gold Cup have just taken place. A new fixture in the calendar, and an increasingly popular one, with more than 150 shooters and a tense series of shoot-offs. Presented by Olympic Double Trap gold medallist and all-round star Peter Wilson, find out who wins and how they do it […]

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The British Open Sporting 2015 – see which shooters are the best in Britain. Also find out how many clay pigeons Aaron Heading can balance on his head and still shoot straight. And there is our news and previews item Round-Up. Our monthly clay pigeon shooting show – for all your clay news and needs. […]

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It’s our monthly clay pigeon shooting show, presented by Olympic shooting gold medallist Peter Wilson. In this episode, we report from the Beretta World Sporting at the West Midlands Shooting Ground, Andy Crow is shooting the high tower at Sporting Targets in Bedfordshire, new women’s champion trapshooter Abbey Ling is holding a ladies shooting day […]

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It’s our monthly clay pigeon shooting show. This month we are at the CLA Game Fair 2015 which claims to have the longest clay line in Europe. We meet the winning shooters, watch them compete – it’s Mark Winser versus Andy Crow – and enjoy the fun of the game fair. Plus Aaron Heading starts […]

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It’s every airgun tip and trick we can think of this week. James Marchington is working out the best bait for corvids. He tries eggs, bread, dogfood and something every crow wants in the springtime. Airgunner and Airgun World technical editor Phill Price talks us through the best pellet shape – is it pointy, flat, […]

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Airguns have so many uses. James Marchington is after egg-poaching magpies in his back garden with a Crosman. Airgun World and Airgunner magazines technical editor Phill Price is sharing his love of laser rangefinding on rats. Prince of Darkness Darren Rogers is playing with top ferreter Simon Whitehead’s pimped night vision vehicle. Lord Ted of […]

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A summer of clay competition action from 2015 kicks off with the English Open. See the best shots in the country slug it out for the title, learn their techniques, find out about claygrounds old (Bisley) and new (Eriswell), and uncover once and for all whether or not top shot Aaron Heading drinks strawberry frappuccinos. […]

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It’s the new night vision. It’s thermal – and it’s 2014’s hot new aid for hunting/shooting with air rifles. Our own Prince of Darkness Darren Rogers is ratting and rabbiting with his FX Cyclone with Hawke scope and high-tech attachments that mean he can see through the night. That’s not all. EdgunUSA – Ted of […]

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New airgun tips, tricks and kit in this week’s show. We are at the British Shooting Show to see what those clever johnnies at the UK’s airgun companies have come up with – and what you can do with all those rifles, pistols and day and night optics. In our airgun kit special, we find […]

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Airgunners be happy – it’s a packed AirHeads programme. – In the first of his new series, Sir Ted of Holdover speaks his mind about springers vs PCPs – Roy Lupton is out after rats with budget night vision from Pitch Black in Pellet Power & Performance – Airgunner/Airgun World’s Phill Price talks through headshots […]

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This week’s show is stuffed full of airgunning action from the UK and from the USA. From big budget ratting to red squirrel rangers, we are looking at all things air powered. Jerry Moss is one of Cumbria’s dedicated red squirrel rangers. We follow him and his Daystates through the forests in pursuit of the […]

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What shape of airgun pellets copes best in the wind? What’s the best night vision for rabbits and how do you deal with a rogue squirrel in your garden? The first in the series of the new twice-monthly show AirHeads is here to answer these questions for you. Some pellets look like tear drops, others […]

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Just when everything is going so well, a dog walker comes and spooks your deer, your pigeons, pheasants, even your salmon. Isn’t it always the case? Well, on this occasion the dog walker started shouting abuse at the stalker – and Fieldsports Channel has the camera on them when they did. That’s not all. We’re […]

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This poor eagle is in the hands of Kent falconer and Fieldsports Channel falconry expert Roy Lupton. It’s a poor eagle because it was soon to be dead, following a catalogue of errors made by the RSPCA, DEFRA and the RSPB. We tell its story, including horrifying footage of the conditions the RSPCA made the […]

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See deerstalking as it should be done – the Royal way. Episode 5 of our Fieldsports Britain half-hour programme features the start of the deer rut at Balmoral, with hillstalkers Peter Carr and Wesley Stanton out to make the most of it. That’s not all: • See the magical arrival of the grey geese at […]

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Pour yourself a glass, sit down for half an hour and click on to Episode 4 of Fieldsports Britain. We have crammed falconry, deerstalking, chalkstream flyfishing and everything you need for the pheasant opening day into 30 minutes. In this episode: How to shoot high pheasants: expert Alan Rose of the West London Shooting School […]

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Its our best Fieldsports Britain programme yet. We’ve packed foxhunting (er… trailhunting), shooting, trout on the fly, falconry and deerstalking into this Fieldsports Fest of 30 minutes. Here are the links: • High-octane sport rabbiting from a quadbike: Ashley Vellacott farms sheep and beefstock in the West Country and the rabbits are doing an awful […]

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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 […]

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What does the grouseshooting season hold in store in Scotland? The West Country Macnab – can we catch a brownie, a sea trout, a salmon and a sea bass on the fly in one day in Devon? John Tobin explains how to squeak in a roebuck in Kent, and what’s a cheetah like at catching […]

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