It’s like deer stalking but in this case our deer is perched on 25 metre tall stilts. Game chef Cai Ap Bryn is in Finland after black grouse. You stalk up to the birds, which have the vantage point of treetops to look out for you. He uses the same rifle he used for moose, […]

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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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Game chef Lee Maycock is on his first ever day on the moor in search of red grouse. He wants to find out why this bird isn’t used more often in British cooking. He joins the Hancock family in Yorkshire where they’re hosting a walked up grouse shooting day. And he finds out about the […]

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We are out on Bransdale Moor in Yorkshire with two of the best-known faces in grouse shooting – Simon Ward and Mark Osborne. They explain all you need to know about shooting driven grouse – how to do it, what to use and how to behave. If you want to go to the top level […]

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It’s the fastest grouse off the moor in 2011. On the Glorious 12th August, we are on the Atholl Estates with chef and shooter Neil McGowan of East Haugh House Hotel. He has to get a grouse back into the kitchen in time for elevenses so it can become part of lunch. All he has […]

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