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Simply Roast Partridge

Game cook Zoe Burdass is married to a hunter-gatherer farmer and mine host at the St Quintin Arms, Harpham, where her game cookery is renowned. Here she takes us through a delicious Roast Partridge recipe.

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September Stubble

The grouse season may have begun – but for
most of us mere mortals game shooting starts
with partridge. Don Brunt looks forward to September and gives his expert advice on how best to take this uniquely challenging game

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Preparing for Glory

Nick Hollick from Honesberie Shooting School gets readers up to scratch on grouse shooting ahead of the Glorious Twelfth

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The Game Fair 2016

The Game Fair is back celebrating its 58th year by returning to the familiar surroundings of Ragley Hall, 29-31 July. The annual event will include everything from clay shooting to gundog displays, fishing to falconry, show jumping to ferreting, artisan

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Spotlight on snipe

Editor Pete Carr looks at the methods, equipment and areas involved in the pursuit of this diminutive and elusive wader found in bog and marsh The tiny snipe makes up for its lack in stature for the sport it always

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Partidge perfection

Melissa Volpi travels northward to Kinpurnie Estate to find a partridge shoot like no other, with a team of keepers who truly love what they do It’s just gone 6:30am. Craig and Alana Downie (dressed in a kilt and tweeds

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Orkney onslaught

Between gale-force winds, blizzards and driving rain, James Marchington and Gary Green catch some extreme wildfowling opportunities on Orkney We are on Orkney, a remarkable group of islands 10 miles off the northern tip of Scotland. The isles have strong

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Testing times

Summer is coming, and with it the competition season. Are you and your dog prepared? Ian Clinton writes for iShoot. At this time of year I expect many of you with working gundogs are thinking of entering a gundog working

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Sense over extremism

A press release issued by BASC, the UK’s largest shooting and conservation organisation, has praised the decision of Bradford City Council “for choosing sense over extremism by allowing grouse shooting to continue on Ilkley Moor.” The statement reads: The City

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The science of scent

Knowing about scent can give us a bit more knowledge in perfecting our gundog training. Pete Carr explains that understanding different conditions is the key. Understanding scent and scenting conditions can really make a difference when working gundogs. In truth

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