We’re talking stalking throughout June’s Shooting Gazette, embarking on some often perilous journeys both at home and abroad in search of memorable stories that will last a lifetime. There’s also plenty of room to rub shoulders with Olympians, learn training basics from a gundog great and talk politics with the future of fieldsports at the very heart of the conversation.

Into a jungle of stone
Patrick Laurie stalks red deer on the lunar landscapes of the Isle of Islay.

Peninsula paradise
Will Hetherington stalks hinds on the west coast of Scotland.

Hunting above civilisation
Caspar Bell pushes himself to the limit while on the hunt for ibex in Kyrgyzstan.

We’re out…so what now for shooting?
Shooting has much to gain (and lose) from the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

How long can we carry on?
David Whitby explains why he’s concerned we’re shooting too many game birds.

In conversation with…
We’re spending ‘5 Minutes With…’ Leicester Tiger’s Tom Croft and finding out who’s made Nick Holt’s dream team.

Reviews, reviews, reviews…
The Beretta 692 Sport, the Mill Street Pub & Kitchen in Oakham and the Toyota Hilux Invincible go under the microscope.

Learning with Latham
Gilly Nickols gets some training tips from four-time IGL Retriever Champion David Latham.