On Saturday, June 11, just shy of 1,400 ladies from the UK and further afield turned up to 24 clay grounds across the country to take part in the second National Ladies' Shooting Day, organised by Victoria Knowles-Lacks of the Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club.
Ladies in the field
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Charlie Coups recounts the agony of losing her first ever salmon, and the ecstasy of going home triumphant, just hours later.
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American sportsmen and women have long been welcome and popular guests on English and Scottish grouse moors, says David S. D. Jones.
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Gundogs have been a way of life for the Duchess of Devonshire for as long she can remember. Mike Barnes spoke to her about her love of country sports.
An incredible caster, steelhead legend, conservation activist and whirlwind of energy. Matt Harris meets the hugely talented April Vokey on Norway’s fabulous Gaula River.
In Part 2 of our Top 10 Hens, the country’s leading female Shots share advice for ladies who are keen to take up shooting and discuss how they would make the sport more appealing to them.
Every shooting man’s worst nightmare – having to shoot in a team with this lot! We give you the Fieldsports selection of the finest female game Shots in the country.