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why do dogs point

Pointing is one of the most fascinating of dog behaviours and one that was recognised long ago as a useful trait to encourage in hunting dogs. Today, there’s a misconception…

shooting medium clay

Here are some of the key questions you need to ask when choosing clay cartridges. Q. What wad material should I choose? A. Today many shooting grounds label themselves as…

barbecue pheasant marinade

Why marinate meat? Planning ahead and creating marinades for game and venison is really worthwhile. So if you’re planning a barbecue, soak the meat in a marinade for a few…

clayshooting

The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association  (CPSA) has announced that clay grounds in England can reopen in a phased return. Iain Parker, CEO,  has declared that the CPSA has now received …

Viking roe deer

An early morning stalk on a glorious day in North Yorkshire, that takes the stalkers through waist-high corn fields through to the deep cover of a broad leaf forest, after…

barbecued duck breast

Duck is particularly delicious when cooked on a barbecue. The smoky taste adds a fantastic layer to the flavour. The trick is to score the skin beforehand, for which you…

Eat Game Awards 2019

The annual Eat Game Awards, in association with Taste of Game and Purdey, reward those who encourage the cooking and eating of game and wild British produce, whether they excel…

Muntjac deer

What can I use for shooting muntjac? Q: There are loads of muntjac around where I live and I know you can shoot them all year round. My neighbours have…

gundog puppies and COVID-19

Here’s some guidance on gundog puppies and COVID-19 during lockdown. It is only guidance so depending on your situation, you should contact the Kennel Club or your local vet who…