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Fieldsports Magazine The Scottish Sporting Gazette Winter 2014/15 Special Issue

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Devoted to the gentlemanly pursuits of game shooting, fishing and hunting, Fieldsports magazine is your hunting companion. Brimming with news, reviews, interviews and guidance from experts in the field, you won’t be disappointed with the breadth of content featured in Fieldsports. Whether you’re on the hunt for new gear to upgrade your hunting experience or looking for an alternative to your current coldwater catch, Fieldsports is the ideal magazine for the insightful country sports enthusiast.

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Digital Special Issue The Scottish Sporting Gazette Winter 2014/15
£4.99 / issue
This special issue is not included in a Fieldsports Magazine subscription. Subscriptions include the latest regular issue and new issues released during your subscription and start from as little as £8.00 per issue
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Fieldsports Magazine  |  The Scottish Sporting Gazette Winter 2014/15  

For 34 years, The Scottish Sporting Gazette has celebrated the long and happy love affair that has existed between sportsmen and women from all corners of the UK, and Scotland’s wild and unparalleled landscapes.

As David S. D. Jones highlights, intrepid sportsmen have been undertaking long and arduous journeys for their sport for over 150 years. The truth is, shooters, fishers and stalkers have long recognised that there is nowhere else in the UK that can hold a candle to the scale, variety and quality of sport on offer north of the border. .. read more

In light of this, this issue of The Scottish Sporting Gazette showcases the depth and diversity of Scotland’s sporting heritage with content from every corner, from the Borders to the Outer Hebrides – all of it illustrated with exceptional photography.

Indeed, this year, in particular, Scotland has had much to celebrate, from the resounding success (in more ways than one) of the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles to the return of the Commonwealth Games to Glasgow. And, although sportsmen and women from both sides of the border will have breathed a collective sigh of relief at the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum, 2014 has also brought with it a new wind of change and an air of uncertainty for country sports.

In a last-minute appeal to Scottish voters, the three main Westminster parties added fuel to Alex Salmond’s fire by promising further devolution of powers to Edinburgh and, coupled with the SNP’s proposed Land Reform Bill – which is due to be debated at Holyrood in the coming months – the very nature of land ownership in Scotland could be about to enter a sea of change. Alex Salmond has made it abundantly clear that, despite Scotland’s decision to remain in the UK, the groundswell for change to the way that Scottish natural resources are managed is far from quelled. The outcomes will, of course, impact upon anyone with a sporting connection to Scotland, as Michael Wigan spells out.  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:

  • Interviews with notable figures in the country sports world
  • Advice on what products you need to secure the perfect shot
  • Insightful news regarding hunting and fishing around the world
  • Recounts of fellow country sportsmen’s days out hunting
  • How to turn your game into delicious, mouthwatering dishes  

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Fieldsports Magazine magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
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