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English 15 Reviews   •  English   •   Leisure Interest (Outdoors) Only $14.99
Dubbed Femmes Fatales, the winter issue is something of a ladies’ issue, with profiles of the Top Ten Hens, i.e. the UK’s best lady Guns, as well as steelhead supremo April Vokey, pheasant feather artist Clare Brownlow, hunt photographer Sarah Farnsworth and professional hunter Natasha Illum Berg – a few of fieldsports' leading women.

And as the pheasant season draws into it's most exciting months, we have dedicated 34 pages to this prestigious bird. We profile Stoke Edith, Wroxall and Edradynate shoots, David S. D. Jones reflects on the importance of syndicates, Simon Ward advises on tackling tall birds and we interview 22 times World Championship winner, George Digweed.

Also, sticking with game shooting, Rupert Godfrey reflects on how game meat was regarded by the Victorians, Marcus Janssen visits the German Blaser factory, Mike Barnes shoots Spanish partridges in Suffolk and Lord James Percy offers a fascinating overview of the bulgy eye situation and its implications to the moors.

Elsewhere, there is stalking for the elusive sika, gundog questions answered, a trout bonanza on the Test, guest chef Nick Nairn shares a pheasant recipe and we introduce the winners of the Really Wild Face of Fieldsports 2013. Plus much, much more and, as usual, fantastic photography.

And don't forget, as of now Fieldsports Magazine is published six times a year!

From all at Fieldsports we extend seasonal greetings and every best wish for the new year.
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Fieldsports Magazine Winter 2013 Dubbed Femmes Fatales, the winter issue is something of a ladies’ issue, with profiles of the Top Ten Hens, i.e. the UK’s best lady Guns, as well as steelhead supremo April Vokey, pheasant feather artist Clare Brownlow, hunt photographer Sarah Farnsworth and professional hunter Natasha Illum Berg – a few of fieldsports' leading women. And as the pheasant season draws into it's most exciting months, we have dedicated 34 pages to this prestigious bird. We profile Stoke Edith, Wroxall and Edradynate shoots, David S. D. Jones reflects on the importance of syndicates, Simon Ward advises on tackling tall birds and we interview 22 times World Championship winner, George Digweed. Also, sticking with game shooting, Rupert Godfrey reflects on how game meat was regarded by the Victorians, Marcus Janssen visits the German Blaser factory, Mike Barnes shoots Spanish partridges in Suffolk and Lord James Percy offers a fascinating overview of the bulgy eye situation and its implications to the moors. Elsewhere, there is stalking for the elusive sika, gundog questions answered, a trout bonanza on the Test, guest chef Nick Nairn shares a pheasant recipe and we introduce the winners of the Really Wild Face of Fieldsports 2013. Plus much, much more and, as usual, fantastic photography. And don't forget, as of now Fieldsports Magazine is published six times a year! From all at Fieldsports we extend seasonal greetings and every best wish for the new year.


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Dubbed Femmes Fatales, the winter issue is something of a ladies’ issue, with profiles of the Top Ten Hens, i.e. the UK’s best lady Guns, as well as steelhead supremo April Vokey, pheasant feather artist Clare Brownlow, hunt photographer Sarah Farnsworth and professional hunter Natasha Illum Berg – a few of fieldsports' leading women.

And as the pheasant season draws into it's most exciting months, we have dedicated 34 pages to this prestigious bird. We profile Stoke Edith, Wroxall and Edradynate shoots, David S. D. Jones reflects on the importance of syndicates, Simon Ward advises on tackling tall birds and we interview 22 times World Championship winner, George Digweed.

Also, sticking with game shooting, Rupert Godfrey reflects on how game meat was regarded by the Victorians, Marcus Janssen visits the German Blaser factory, Mike Barnes shoots Spanish partridges in Suffolk and Lord James Percy offers a fascinating overview of the bulgy eye situation and its implications to the moors.

Elsewhere, there is stalking for the elusive sika, gundog questions answered, a trout bonanza on the Test, guest chef Nick Nairn shares a pheasant recipe and we introduce the winners of the Really Wild Face of Fieldsports 2013. Plus much, much more and, as usual, fantastic photography.

And don't forget, as of now Fieldsports Magazine is published six times a year!

From all at Fieldsports we extend seasonal greetings and every best wish for the new year.
read more read less

Full of outstanding photography and well-written editorial, Fieldsports magazine is a luxurious read that no game shooting enthusiast should be without. Fieldsports features interviews with prominent craftsmen, gamekeepers and hunters enlightening readers on their interests, providing valuable advice and commenting on how they fell in love with country sports. Fieldsports also offers a comprehensive look at the lifestyle of the country gent, including events to attend, the finest wines to taste and discussions regarding restraint when hunting.


A simply spiffing publication, Fieldsports’ forte lies firmly in game shooting, featuring an extensive focus on the importance of acquiring and understanding the principal behind guns and gundogs. If you are on the lookout for insightful reviews regarding the finest guns, superb fishing gear and excellent places to hunt, you can find all of this and more in Fieldsports magazine. With current affairs and country sports news in every issue, you will always stay-up-to date with a magazine subscription to Fieldsports.

A Fieldsports digital magazine subscription is a must for lovers of game shooting, fishing and hunting, who’ll enjoy:

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  • How to turn your game into delicious, mouthwatering dishes  

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