My first gundog, by David Lisett.
My first grey partridge, with legendary sporting artist Rodger McPhail.
My first fox, with Peter Fraser, the legendary ex head stalker of Invercauld Estate...
Renowned high pheasant Shot Dave Carrie recalls the day he shot his first ever pheasant.
The late chairman of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund, whose work and dedication to restoring wild Atlantic salmon populations has made him the most honoured angler on earth.
Owner and managing director of Bradshaw Taylor, importers and distributors of high-performance country sports clothing and apparel, the creator of Schôffel Country, and the man who gave us the ubiquitous Schôffel Oakham gilet.
The director of West London Shooting School on all things game shooting.
My first grouse, by Jonathan Kennedy.
British Shooting's Olympic Skeet coach Joe Neville MBE talks about his incredible shooting career, his role at this year's Olympic Games and, above all, his lifelong love of game shooting.
The owner and managing director of technical clothing company John Field talks about her love of shooting, stalking and the wilds of Scotland.
Many of us who shoot, fish, hunt or stalk like to think of ourselves as hardy, gritty country types who don’t complain much and just get on with it. But, as Marcus Janssen discovered, there are some whose stoicism and determination puts them in a different league.
The former ghillie, World Spey Casting Champion and award-winning fly tackle designer talks to Marcus Janssen.
My first pheasant... with Fieldsports editor-at-large Mike Barnes.
Giving recognition to those who truly deserve it, for all of the right reasons.
My first woodcock, by Sir Edward Dashwood.
Lord James Percy on growing up at Alnwick, his most prominent sporting memories, and the people and events that have influenced the way he views our countryside today.
Twenty-six-time World Champion clay Shot, George Digweed MBE, talks about his first ever shotgun...
The cricketing legend on his love of shooting and fishing, and why ignorance is the greatest threat to our country way of life.
West Country game shooting legend Philip Fussell recalls his first ever grey partridge.
The Leicester Tigers, England, and British and Irish Lions flanker on shooting, stalking and his love of the Great British countryside.
The safari industry is full of colourful characters, says Yuri Janssen. None more so than Gavin Knott.
Will Pocklington spoke to 23-year-old Jamie Johnston, apprentice ejector worker at James Purdey & Sons, about his decision to pursue a career in gunmaking.
From high partridges to champion pointers, Wilson Young is the man who got it right when he created Eskdale Shooting Services, says Mike Barnes.
Arguably the finest grouse Shot of his generation. Should you find yourself as the filling in a Percy sandwich (the Duke in a butt on one side, his brother Lord James Percy on the other) it would be a never-to-be-forgotten experience.
Managing director of Edgar Brothers, keen F-Class rifle shooter and fan of American muscle cars.
Leading international clay Shot, top shooting instructor, high pheasant addict, and the owner of a swanky new Range Rover.
We talk to CEO of FishPal and passionate angler, Mark Cockburn.
UK country manager for Browning and managing director of ISB Ltd, who have the sole agency for Browning, Miroku and Winchester in the UK and Ireland.
A living legend of the safari world, Robin Hurt has been a Professional Hunter since the age of 18 and has spent the past 52 years conducting safaris in East, Central and Southern Africa.
A founding member of the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation and internationally renowned headkeeper at Castle Hill in Devon, Brian has been a gamekeeper his entire working life and has been instrumental in the development of high bird shooting in the West Country.
Meet the Really Wild Faces of Fieldsports 2014.
One of the world's leading experts with a double-handed rod, and with nearly 30 years in the salmon fishing industry, Ian Gordon shares his views.
The manager of the iconic fishing tackle retailer, John Norris of Penrith.
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.
From a North Yorkshire farm to the MD role at E.J. Churchill, for Rob Fenwick shooting has been a dominant theme throughout.
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.
Current World and European Champion in two separate clay shooting disciplines, 50-year-old George Digweed has won 23 World Championships. We find out more from the man himself.
Meet the winners of the Really Wild Face of Fieldsports 2013, Rowena Pilling and Richard Scrope.
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.
Mike Barnes chats to Charlie Bull, the man behind Just Cartridges, the UK's first online shotgun cartridge retailer.
The head of the Countryside Alliance talks shooting, fishing and the future of the countryside.
With the future of our country sports resting on the shoulders of the next generation of industry professionals, we look at some up and coming movers and shakers.
The director and former chairman of James Purdey & Sons discusses English gunmaking and his ideal shoot day.
The managing director of world famous gunmakers Holland & Holland discusses his role and his passion for shooting.
Ian Coghill is GWCT chairman. He had a 42 year career in local government - and enjoyed the unique distinction of hunting three different packs of hounds whilst working full-time for a Labour council!
Allan Lamb (57) was an oustanding batsman, playing 79 test matches for England over 13 years for an average of 36.09. He enjoyed a long and happy career with Northants where his first class average was 48.94.
There are few who reach the top at their chosen sport - Sir Jackie Stewart is of an even rarer breed, he made it to the top in two sports. And, as Mike Barnes discovered, he has given much back to his sports.
Le Gavroche's legendary maitre d', Silvano Geraldin, talks to Mike Barnes about looking forward to retirement.
The tv series Location Location Location has made Phil Spencer a household name. Inevitably he leads a busy life and in addition to his work as a presenter he is a director of Raise the Roof Productions.
Phil Burtt's level of enthusiasm for his sport is matched only by his outstanding shooting ability, as Mike Barnes discovered.
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