There’s no doubt the much-anticipated stint of camaraderie, excitable dogs, soaring birds and crisp days in beautiful landscapes seems to go all too quickly every year, but there’s so much to look forward to come the beginning of February.
Throughout its 194 pages, the February/March 2019 issue of Fieldsports celebrates, explores and considers a number of options, from wild boar shooting in Germany to March brown hatches on UK rivers, and capercaillie stalking in the Swedish tundra to pike fishing in the Baltic Sea...
Whatever your sporting passion, we've got it covered...
Gundog Journal is Britain's only dedicated publication for anyone who works, owns or has an interest in gundogs. A quarterly journal of collectible-quality, it is a true celebration of man’s best friend in the field.
On shoots up and down the country, from the smallest of scratch-about affairs to the busiest of commercial operations, Beaters' Day is one of the most eagerly anticipated fixtures on the game shooting calendar.
Did you know that two plastic cartridge wads are equivalent in weight to a standard plastic carrier bag?
In line with recent efforts at Fieldsports to go about our business in a more responsible and sustainable way – swapping plastic in our supply chain for recyclable alternatives wherever possible – comes the launch of the ‘Fibre for Fieldsports’ (#fibreforfieldsports) campaign...