Scottish deer stalking is regarded by many hunters as the best in the world.
The combination of quality wild stock, amazing scenery and the time honoured customs and traditions of the Highlands make it a very memorable sporting experience.
UK game bird season dates:
Grouse – 12 August – 10 December 2016
Partridge – 1 September 2016 – 1 February 2017
Pheasant – 1 October 2016 – 1 February 2017
Contact British Country Sports via firstname.lastname@example.org and www.britishcountrysports.co.uk to book your UK shooting days for the 2016 – 2017 season.
“Sim Days” where clay pigeons are used to simulate game birds (grouse, partridge and pheasants) being “driven” over the waiting line of Guns are extraordinarily popular in Britain.
Sim Days normally consist of 4 drives – each of 2 flushes (shoot 1 – load 1) accompanied by a delicious pub or picnic luncheon.
Contact our helpful Country Concierge staff to organise a day on the clays with your family, friends, work colleague, business associates or for a charity fun raiser.
10 Pegs available on a 200 bird driven pheasant shoot on 21 October 2016 in West Sussex.
5 drives – 3 before lunch and 2 after.
3 course sumptuous lunch with refreshments on arrival, Elevenses and afternoon tea. Special dietary needs catered for.
Contact our Country Concierge staff at email@example.com for more details.
Have you considered adding a day or two hunting with falcons and other birds of prey to your UK sporting holiday. Or maybe a course in raptor breeding, care and handling.
Contact our Country Concierge staff for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clovelly Shoot has a reputation for excellent driven pheasant shooting set amongst amazing scenery.
Clovelly is set on the beautiful and dramatic coastline of North Devon between Barnstaple and Bideford.
It is reputed to have some of the highest and most challenging pheasant drives in the UK but at the same time, the shoot has the flexibility to accommodate less experienced Guns with less testing drives.
Two months till grouse season opening on the 12 August – The Glorious Twelfth.
Have you booked your 2016 grouse shooting yet? It’s not too late.
There are endless numbers of country clothing and shooting equipment manufacturers all vying for your hard-earned cash. The variation in their fashion and social acceptability, effectiveness and cost goes is extreme and quite daunting to the inexperienced.
Stowlangtoft Estate near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk is a small, well-run shoot specialising in strong flying partridge and testing pheasants.
The video is a bit dated being from 2009 but the content remains as relevant today as it did back then.
With the change of farming methods over the last fifty years resulting in the decline of the Grey Partridge, shooting driven Partridge methods have changed.
This video shows 3 differing areas of the country and how Partridge are shot there.