It’s where pheasants come from. Charlie Jacoby goes undercover in China to see if hunting and guns are really banned

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Roy Lupton’s goshawk A young female goshawk, a few 100 years ago she was the equivalent of Ocado, the perfect predator to put food on the table. Hares, rabbits, pheasants. She was a vital part of any kitchen’s utensil drawer. So today we are off to God’s larder to see what she can get her […]

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High pheasants and high class shooting for Andy Crow Some of you, especially if you are a pigeon, will only have seen Andy Crow from the neck up, but today he is stepping out from the hide for some exceptionally high flying pheasant shooting.

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Ferreting with every dog we’ve got The South Somerset Ferreters are a group of families who get together on a Saturday not to go shopping, not to go to a theme park but to go ferreting. We’ve filmed the South Somerset Ferreters before. They are back and this time they reckon have the ultimate warren. […]

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Digweed designs first competition A tennis court is a tennis court, a rugby pitch a rugby pitch but for some sports the design of the course makes all the difference. Golf, motor racing and of course shooting are all affected by the layout, the set-up, and make-up of the ground. For the first time, 20 […]

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Californian Coyote Calling You might think California is all about roller blading, margaritas and reconstructive surgery, but no! There is normal stuff too, such as heading out on a cold morning with a rifle, a fox pro and some new friends.

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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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Budget rifle review Here we have three bundles of rifle joy. Three UK distributors have put together some super price busting kit in time for Christmas. The cheapest is under £600. The most expensive is under £900 and Sporting Rifle magazine’s rifle reviewer, Tim Pilbeam is going to talk us through them.

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Close call foxes with Roy Lupton Roy is usually a man on a mission, but today there is extra fire burning in those eyes. The reason, he has only got a few days sport left before he goes under the knife for operation number 25 on his hips. It could mean he is out of […]

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Hardcore ferreting Simon Whitehead is a professional ferreter, that’s part pest controller, part clown, part poet and part transportation engineer. When he’s not sorting out the local rabbit population he’s writing for Shooting Times or keeping us entertained around game fair arenas across the country.

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Foxing with Mark and Roy Do you ever get that feeling it’s going to be a long night? Tonight we are off lamping foxes with Roy Lupton and Mark Gilchrist and it does not start so well. Low fuel in the Argo means a trip to the nearest petrol station. Then Mark starts talking about […]

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The Pheasant Poacher This story starts in September last year. A few days before the start of the shooting season, George asks us over to film some driven boar shooting… Not in Germany, but Sussex.

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Gundog expert Ricky Moloney Steadiness is like obedience, but much, much more. Top gundog trainer Ricky Moloney keeps his gundogs steady on a shoot day.

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Lamping with George George and his mate Steve are in a field in Sussex hitting the stealth mode button. George has taken delivery of a new electric powered Polaris UTV and it will mean the foxes won’t know what’s gliding towards them, let alone what’s hit them.

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Calling Foxes in Close Roy Lupton may look like a mild mannered man taking a stroll in the woods but don’t be fooled. With the coast clear, he nips behind a tree and transforms himself into “The Human Leaf”. It’s not the most flamboyant of costumes but he needs to be brown, buff and beige […]

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Hunting Bear with Hounds When we go down to the woods today we’re in for a big surprise – we hope! … we are going bear hunting.

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Wild boar management with George Digweed George Digweed’s boar problem started last autumn but the shooting season put a stop to any control measures. He has tried driving them in the daytime, lamping them at night time and he still hasn’t been able to enjoy that Asterix and Obelix moment of roast wild boar.

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Wreck fishing for record cod We have invited a few friends to join us swapping guns for rods on a sea water fishing trip. We are heading out from Eastbourne Sovereign Harbour with Deep Blue Charters. We have chosen this particular vessel with Steve the skipper, because this is the boat responsible for landing a […]

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A handy Google Map of hunting, shooting and fishing around the world. This interactive map (below) shows the great estates, rivers, forests, hills and seas where Fieldsports Channel has filmed – and where you can book a day’s hunting, shooting or fishing. Click on each blue marker to watch that film.

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Lamping foxes is an art and everyone has their own way of doing it. There are the calls, the transport, the shooting rest and of course your lamp, strength of beam, colour and the way you throw it around the place. Well, tonight fox shooting fan, Roy Lupton, is trying a new lamping system which […]

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The Daystate Wolverine .303 has got people talking – Some say ‘it’s awesome’. Others point out that, in order to own this work of Dr Frankenstein the UK you need to have a firearm certificate – and if you have an FAC why on earth would you bother about air when you can have powder?

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It’s one of the great sporting challenges – a grouse, a salmon and a stag. Dominic Holtam has to achieve the challenge at two ends of the UK, in three days, and he is doing it in a four-wheel drive Ferrari

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There is winged game and then there is winged game. And then there is driven grouse – it is expensive – it is exclusive but with good reason.

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Guilty party? – Meles meles, the common badger Fieldsports Channel has been sent a disc and a statement. It says we should all be shooting badgers – and it shows a badger being shot.

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Feral pigeon in the crosshairs You don’t have to be a game chef like Mark Gilchrist to appreciate that no-one wants pigeon poo in their sandwiches. But when the skies start to darken thanks to bird numbers around wheat storage barns it’s time to send some of them to the big grain store in the […]

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Charles Helderwerdt – Solognac marketing & communication director – with his buck Forget the traditional ‘week’ in August and September. Charlie Jacoby argues that May is the best time of year for Scottish shooting

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Here is the Alabama kid with his 1,051lb pig. Click here for the story Americans enjoy hunting both of their hog varieties. There are the wild boar, known as the ridgeback, and the wild pigs, domesticated breeds, gone feral. The wild boar grow to around 300lb and have a reputation for being aggressive. The feral […]

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Inside BassPro’s Las Vegas store Charlie Jacoby visits an American gunshop. At 150,000 sq feet it is three times the space of an out of town British supermarket.

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That Louisiana zombie America has a new and dangerous quarry species that’s emerged this year: the zombie. Of course, they don’t exist… or do they?

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