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Out just in time for the Glorious Twelfth, our Summer 2012 issue has grouse at its heart with 40 pages dedicated to the enigmatic king of game birds.
Michael Stone, the owner of Weardale and Egglestone moors, talks to Mike Barnes about his deep-seated passion for grouse and shares his secrets to successful grouse moor management. Looking back, David S.D. Jones unearths some fascinating historical accounts of grouse shooting in Wales whilst Rupert Godfrey delves into Lord Walsingham’s record day when he single-handedly bagged in excess of 1,000 grouse on Blubberhouses in Yorkshire.
Simon Ward is on hand to lend indispensable advice to improve your chances of success on the moors. Plus we visit Rottal estate in the Angus Glens and discover that the outlook for grouse is rosy. And that’s just for starters!
Donald Butts introduces the highly impressive American A-10, we visit the 2011 Purdey Conservation and Game Awards winner and experience shooting in the suburbs, whilst Chris Batha rises to the mammoth task of nominating Britain’s best pheasant drives.
On the topic of fishing, Matt Harris shares his latest fishing adventure, this time he heads to Florida in pursuit of the silver king – tarpon – and accompanied by his usual stunning photography, you can’t help but be green with envy. Marcus Janssen meets wildlife artist Helen Fergusson, Sunday Kitchen presenter James Martin dons his apron and shares a mouth-watering grouse recipe, and champion trainer Ben Randall opens his five-part series with advice on choosing a gundog puppy.
Elsewhere, Michael Wigan comments on Mar Lodge’s controversial estate management policies, Peter Jones discusses the value of trophy roebucks, Mary Sanderson looks at hunting thrills and spills, and Rupert Godfrey talks summer pigeons. Not to forget Jonny Niblett’s tales from Tanzania and Lord James Percy’s fitness tips. The list goes on…
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Fieldsports Summer 2012 Out just in time for the Glorious Twelfth, our Summer 2012 issue has grouse at its heart with 40 pages dedicated to the enigmatic king of game birds. Michael Stone, the owner of Weardale and Egglestone moors, talks to Mike Barnes about his deep-seated passion for grouse and shares his secrets to successful grouse moor management. Looking back, David S.D. Jones unearths some fascinating historical accounts of grouse shooting in Wales whilst Rupert Godfrey delves into Lord Walsingham’s record day when he single-handedly bagged in excess of 1,000 grouse on Blubberhouses in Yorkshire. Simon Ward is on hand to lend indispensable advice to improve your chances of success on the moors. Plus we visit Rottal estate in the Angus Glens and discover that the outlook for grouse is rosy. And that’s just for starters! Donald Butts introduces the highly impressive American A-10, we visit the 2011 Purdey Conservation and Game Awards winner and experience shooting in the suburbs, whilst Chris Batha rises to the mammoth task of nominating Britain’s best pheasant drives. On the topic of fishing, Matt Harris shares his latest fishing adventure, this time he heads to Florida in pursuit of the silver king – tarpon – and accompanied by his usual stunning photography, you can’t help but be green with envy. Marcus Janssen meets wildlife artist Helen Fergusson, Sunday Kitchen presenter James Martin dons his apron and shares a mouth-watering grouse recipe, and champion trainer Ben Randall opens his five-part series with advice on choosing a gundog puppy. Elsewhere, Michael Wigan comments on Mar Lodge’s controversial estate management policies, Peter Jones discusses the value of trophy roebucks, Mary Sanderson looks at hunting thrills and spills, and Rupert Godfrey talks summer pigeons. Not to forget Jonny Niblett’s tales from Tanzania and Lord James Percy’s fitness tips. The list goes on…


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Out just in time for the Glorious Twelfth, our Summer 2012 issue has grouse at its heart with 40 pages dedicated to the enigmatic king of game birds.
Michael Stone, the owner of Weardale and Egglestone moors, talks to Mike Barnes about his deep-seated passion for grouse and shares his secrets to successful grouse moor management. Looking back, David S.D. Jones unearths some fascinating historical accounts of grouse shooting in Wales whilst Rupert Godfrey delves into Lord Walsingham’s record day when he single-handedly bagged in excess of 1,000 grouse on Blubberhouses in Yorkshire.
Simon Ward is on hand to lend indispensable advice to improve your chances of success on the moors. Plus we visit Rottal estate in the Angus Glens and discover that the outlook for grouse is rosy. And that’s just for starters!
Donald Butts introduces the highly impressive American A-10, we visit the 2011 Purdey Conservation and Game Awards winner and experience shooting in the suburbs, whilst Chris Batha rises to the mammoth task of nominating Britain’s best pheasant drives.
On the topic of fishing, Matt Harris shares his latest fishing adventure, this time he heads to Florida in pursuit of the silver king – tarpon – and accompanied by his usual stunning photography, you can’t help but be green with envy. Marcus Janssen meets wildlife artist Helen Fergusson, Sunday Kitchen presenter James Martin dons his apron and shares a mouth-watering grouse recipe, and champion trainer Ben Randall opens his five-part series with advice on choosing a gundog puppy.
Elsewhere, Michael Wigan comments on Mar Lodge’s controversial estate management policies, Peter Jones discusses the value of trophy roebucks, Mary Sanderson looks at hunting thrills and spills, and Rupert Godfrey talks summer pigeons. Not to forget Jonny Niblett’s tales from Tanzania and Lord James Percy’s fitness tips. The list goes on…
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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.

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  • 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  

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