In the heart of the West Country, on the edge of Exmoor, lies the legendary Chargot shoot. A shoot which needs little introduction as it is synonymous with the best pheasant and partridge shooting in Britain.
Chargot is a mixed pheasant and partridge shoot which shows some incredible birds throughout the season. Its seemingly bottomless, steep sided valleys and stunning scenery provide the most idyllic shooting country.
Seeing really is believing at Chargot as there is valley upon valley of perfect shooting topography which in turn presents quite astoundingly sporting birds. Tall and testing would be an understatement when describing the birds on drives such as Spitfire, Unbelievable, Melanie’s and many, many more.
Chargot rightfully deserves its excellent reputation for high birds in glorious countryside. Add to this a welcoming, spacious shoot lodge, commanding views over the valleys below, and you have the making of a magical day. The partridges from September are fantastic only complemented by the pheasants later in the season.