To the Rhodopes Mountains for one of Europe’s most attractive animals. He might be close to the border with Greece but Bulgaria can be cold and our hunter, Al Khametov, is feeling that windchill. They can only shoot three chamois a year here and Al is one of the lucky ones. He is shooting a […]

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It is the second in Paul Childerley’s Barrels & Brass series. He and friend Julian are after plains game in South Africa – and host Nico want them to take out a one-horned impala ram. Julian also has his eye on a two-horned impala. ▶ For more information about Sako rifles and bullets including the […]

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Deer manager Niall Rowantree is travelling Planet Deer again, looking at how New Zealand produces monster red stag heads, and going hunting for Tahr in the South Island mountain country. This film is supported by: ▶ Magic Safari Lodges MagicSafariLodges.com ▶ Leica Sports Optics Leica-Camera.com/Sport-Optics ▶ Blaser Blaser.de ▶ Spartan JavelinBipod.co.uk ▶ Nomad UK UK-Nomad.MyShopify.com […]

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Professional wildlife manager Paul Childerley puts the Sako 85 Carbon Wolf in 6.5 Creedmoor through its paces on kudu in South Africa. He is hunting with PH Nico Els in the Eastern Cape. ▶ For more information about Sako rifles and bullets including the Sako 85 Carbon Wolf, go to Sako.fi ▶ The East Cape […]

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There are wildlife winners in Africa and wildlife losers. The wildlife winners are the countries that promote hunting. The wildlife losers, where animals are being slaughtered to extinction, are the countries where hunting is banned. Charlie Jacoby talks to some of the big noises behind big game hunting in Africa, as they appeal to MEPs […]

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Paul Childerley and Dom Holtam go to Finland to see how Sako makes its rifles – and they go on a traditional Finnish driven hunt. They are after whitetail deer (Finland has had whitetail since the 1930s) and elk, and it’s a chance to use new Sako rifles and ammunition. For more about Sako, visit […]

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Here’s what it’s like to shoot a rhino from a helicopter. We hunters are fighting the war against poaching on every level, from government, through on-the-ground conservation programmes, to education. Southern African Wildlife College trains the professional hunters and wildlife rangers of tomorrow. Join the class as they do a rhino shooting practical, with a […]

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It is one of the most exciting hunts you can do. African PH Clinton van Tonder takes an American client, Richard Burns, out after Cape buffalo in South Africa. Using Hornady’s Dangerous Game series of ammunition – expanding and hard bullets – they stalk into a group of these incredible animals, with the aim of […]

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The Perfect Shot is one of the best known hunting books ever written. Kevin ‘Doctari’ Robertson tells the story of how the book came about and how it helped save him and his family after he was forcibly removed from his farm in Zimbabwe. This item appears in Fieldsports Africa, episode 8. Watch it here: […]

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European and African hunting: what are the differences? Find out the most common mistakes European hunters make with big bore hunting rifles in Africa. Two professional hunters, Dr Kevin Robertson and Pieter Nel, explain in this short film For Southern African Wildlife College, visit www.wildlifecollege.co.za For more about Aimpoint go to www.aimpoint.com This item appears […]

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Park rangers, professional hunters, even sport hunters all need to learn how to shoot an elephant safely and cleanly. A good place to do it is Southern African Wildlife College, where we follow hunter Lennart Ljungfelt (also the boss of gun sights company Aimpoint) on the course and learn about the risks you face when […]

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Tim heads into the hills behind the Costa del Sol to go mouflon and wild boar hunting. It’s a great way to end a hard day’s relaxing on the beach. Next time you are on a Costa holiday, give it a try. Tim is sponsored by: Sauer www.sauer.de and Harkila www.harkila.com The guide who provided […]

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Paul has been offered a trophy 75-80cm trophy mouflon in Hungary. They grow to more than 90cm here. He is on a recce to find out about the stalking on an estate he may offer through Childerley Sporting. Paul uses a Sako from www.gmk.co.uk He has a Zeiss V8 scope http:www.zeiss.com and Shooterking clothing www.shooterking.com […]

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Hunters and wildlife watchers both love the Eriksberg estate in Southern Sweden. You can go there to drink in nature with a pair of binos, or with the addition of a rifle. Charlie Jacoby finds out how they manage some of Europe’s biggest wildlife. For Norma’s ammunition, visit www.norma.cc For more about Eriksberg, go to […]

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Tricky shot, a running rhinoceros. The Southern African Wildlife College is darting them in order to tag them and check their health. it is all part of South Africa’s attempts to conserve dwindling stocks of these cornerstone animals. For more about Aimpoint, go to www.aimpoint.com For the work of the Southern African Wildlife College, visit […]

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Mario Theus of Palorma Hunting has come up with a stunning new series on YouTube about hunting ibex in the Swiss Alps. Charlie Jacoby goes to visit him in his mountain home and hear how the film came about. Mario’s website is www.palormahunting.ch/ Mario’s first ibex hunting film: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aNEZwoMmG4 This item appears on YouTube in […]

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Tim Pilbeam is after sheep in Spain – Barbary sheep. It’s a tough mountain hunt. To go hunting in Spain, visit www.spanishunters.com For Sauer rifles, go to ww.sauer.de For Harkila clothing, go to www.harkila.com This item appears on YouTube in Fieldsports Britain, episode 354 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain354 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter www.fieldsportschannel.tv/register

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The PH course at the Southern African Wildlife College is 18 months learning cool stuff like how to set up a leopard bait, conduct autopsies, build rifle-mount muscle memory, understand African ecology, shoot big bore rifles and see how you come out when you are put under intense pressure. For more about the course, go […]

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The Southern African Wildlife College on the edge of the Kruger National Park in South Africa is trying out a new method to stop poachers. Beagles pick up their scent, foxhounds chase them and Belgian malinois are flow in by helicopter to attack them. We find out more. For more about Aimpoint visit www.aimpoint.com For […]

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Our bouncing Czech Michaela is hunting by day and night. In her day sights is a black wildebeest, one of Africa’s most important prey animals. At night with a lamp she is after spring hares. Michaela is hunting with Inkulu Safaris www.inkulu.com For more about Michaela, go to www.michaelkashunting.com This item appears in Fieldsports Britain, […]

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When Cai Ap Bryn’s Norwegian mate Trigger says come and try seal shooting, Cai is on the flight like a politician on a baby. The grey seal cull cull is strictly controlled. Only 60 animals are shot – and Cai is out with Trigger to see what the hunt is like. Plus, being a game […]

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Our Model Hunter, Michaela Fialová, is in South Africa’s Eastern Cape after kudu. But first she gets to go and see a dartgun round-up of sable antelope. It’s all in a day at a major hunting safari destination like Inkulu African Safaris. For more about Inkulu, go to www.inkulu.com To find out about Michalea, go […]

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Michaela Fialová is after elk (moose) on day two of her trip to Camp Lapponia in Sweden. It is an action-packed fast stalk in to where the animals are, and she has to take a running shot and all in -20C. If you want to go hunting here, visit Camp-Lapponia.se For more about Michaela, go […]

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Michaela is off to the frozen north of Sweden after moose. See how she gets on. This item appears in Fieldsports Britain, episode 326. Visit Bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain326 If you want to go hunting here, visit Camp-Lapponia.se and for more about Michaela, go to MichaelkasHunting.com Sign up for our weekly email newsletter

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Crossbows just might save hunting in the USA. That’s what Larry Large of Hunting East Texas says. We are out with Larry and his friend Terry Tate of Big Bore Airguns after one of the millions of hogs that have reached plague proportions in Texas. And we are using the latest night vision from Nitesite. […]

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It’s lions, elephants and rhino hunting at the 2016 Dallas Safari Club Show. Love ’em or hate ’em, we meet Corey Knowlton, the man who bid US$350,000 to shoot a black rhino in Namibia, famous lion hunter Craig Boddington, and a man who saved himself from elephant attack by clever use of his hat. Dallas […]

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Michaela Fialova is hunting stags in Hungary, some of the finest hunting country in the world. There are huge numbers of deer on the estate, but will she find the sika or the red stag she wants? This item appears in Fieldsports Britain, episode 319 bit.ly/fieldsportsbritain319 Sign up for our weekly email newsletter bit.ly/weeklyemail

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Namibian wildebeest vs German Optics It has been a hot busy morning in Namibia in search of game. We are guests of Zeiss Sports Optics who have taken over Blaser’s Sney Rivier ranch in Namibia.

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It is one of the best great plains game hunts that Africa has to offer. We are at Blaser Safaris’ hunting area in Namibia looking for blue wildebeest, at the invitation of Carl Zeiss sports optics. This item was first shown in Fieldsports Britain, episode 141. To watch the whole show go to Fcha.nl/fieldsportsbritain141 Sign […]

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We are enjoying a Sporting layout at Blaser Safaris lodge in Namibia. Using the Blaser F3 shotgun we get our eye in before heading out for some walked up high speed francolin. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 142. To watch the whole show go to Fcha.nl/fieldsportsbritain142 Sign up to our weekly email […]

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There’s a leopard caught in a trap! Blaser Safari’s Marc Hillerman is called out by his farm manager after discovering a dead antelope in his laundry room. He assumes it’s been killed by a predator. He sets a trap and discovers the culprit is actually a young leopard. We come along to see how we […]

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Roy Lupton wants a new double rifle. He travels from his home in the UK to France to buy a lovely new gun – and he takes time to tour the factory. This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 106. To watch the whole show go to Fcha.nl/fieldsportsbritain106 Sign up to our weekly email […]

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Professional hunter Don Heath needs to be able to read the body language of dangerous game. In this film he talks us through incidents involving buffalo. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 73. To watch the whole show go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=Brdte4Fw2HE Sign up for our weekly email newsletter FieldsportsChannel.tv/register

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Using sheep as bait, Peter Carr goes in search of one of the big myths of the British countryside: are there leopards or lynx, beasts of Exmoor or Surrey panthers, roaming our wild places? He heads for Pembrokeshire where there have been more than a dozen sightings. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode […]

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Panellists on the new countrysports webTV debate programme Shooting Politics lay into the RSPB for its attacks on gamekeepers, its attempt to ‘monster’ countryside managers and its failure to offer an alternative that will provide Britain’s wild spaces with the conservation work that gamekeepers provide as part of their jobs. This episode was filmed at […]

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