Ferreting: big last day of the season

www.youtube.com/watch?v=hva6NyI3Lik It’s the South Somerset Ferreters last day of the 2020/21 season, and they are at on a hedgerow in where eight years ago they had their best ever day – more than 60 rabbits. Find out how they get on this time. Find the South Somerset Ferreters on Facebook and YouTubeFind Nelson’s Net Loft […]

Hot foxing

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jn2MGM9Rhzc Roy Lupton and David Wright go out foxing for Valentine’s. The two old romantics squeak in foxes, shoot them and film them on Pulsar thermal spotters. They use the Pulsar Trail 2 and Pulsar Accoland, and Roy gives his tips on how to use the zoom most effectively. For more about Pulsar’s range of […]

Fieldsports Britain – Foxshooting date for Valentine’s night ❤️

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Foxes have mated, there are a few vixens looking for love, and Roy wants a buddy to joint him on Valentine’s Night for a foxshooting outing. He gets David. The pair of them are squeaking in foxes in Kent, plus using the latest thermal imaging from Pulsar to help them. That’s not all. Charlie is […]

Kent Wildlife Trust threatens anglers with eviction

www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1iJpM03t9U “The world has changed,” says Dennis Puttock, secretary for the Bromley District Angling Society, which was recently dealt a staggering blow.  More than 70 years ago, the BDAS began fishing at what is now Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve. Over that time, the reserve’s lakes, fish, trees and habitat in general have been monitored and managed […]

Government in ‘civil war’ over rivers

youtu.be/Hn9zRl04u_U A farmer is still under investigation by the Environment Agency two months after he carried out works on a river that, he says, the Environment Agency ordered. The case is leading to wider questions over who has responsibility for England’s rivers, and whether environmental activists appointed to government positions such as Tony Juniper and […]

Custom knifemakers – the best of the best

The most expensive knives in the world are – disappointingly – there to look at, not to use. However, there is a new strand in British knifemaking that makes utilitarian knives which are also custommade for users to use. They are designed around what people want to do. We have made a series of films […]

Three British shooting magazines to fold

Three of the UK’s shooting magazines are to merge with other magazines. Contributors to the magazines confirm that the monthly title Sporting Rifle is to become part of the weekly Shooting Times, the monthly Shooting Gazette is to be absorbed into the monthly The Field, and the monthly Clay Shooting is to be a section […]

Patagonia confirms cash for grouse-shooting ban group Moorland Monitors

US clothing giant Patagonia confirms it is paying money to anti-hunting group Moorland Monitors. It has given Moorland Monitors a financial grant for an indisclosed amount plus two years’ access to the ‘Patagonia Action Works platform’ which will help the animal rights extremists raise money and reach a wider audience on social media. Patagonia entered […]