wildfowling

Firth wildfowling

Robin Rolfe explains his fowling passion for the northern firths and bays Popular since Victorian times, the waters around Scotland throng with waterfowl of all species, augmented in winter by hordes of migrants from northern Europe. The advent of a fast

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Wildfowling

Find wildfowling with BASC guide

A new wildfowling guide has been published by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation. The updated Wildfowling Permit Scheme, which is available online, details opportunities for people to try wildfowling, from experienced shooters to people who have never tried it before.

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in News

Get wildfowling

Try your hand at wildfowling – that’s the message from BASC, which has just launched a brand new wildfowling scheme for their members.

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in News

Free state wildfowling

Peter Carr enjoys wildfowling South African style and says the excitement involved in wingshooting in Africa certainly justifies the long-haul flight The northeastern Free State in the Republic of South Africa is world renowned for its quality waterfowl hunting. It

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Wildfowling

Wild side

We find you the wildfowling must-haves for this season Deerhunter Cheaha jacket Billed as the ideal all-round hunting suit, the Cheaha jacket and trouser combo is available in two different camo patterns. The 30-Advantage Max-4 Camo pattern is suitable for

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Products

Gale-force geese

Coming up against stormy skies and vast numbers of geese, James Marchington and Gary Green experience an unforgettable wildfowling visit to Orkney As the first hint of light appears in the steely blue-grey sky, we are already in position lying flat

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Wildfowling

Inland fowling

Pete Carr and the local landowner reap the benefits of a carefully fed and managed flight pond close to the Holderness coast The foreshore of course is the wildest place to engage true wildfowl, and it is here on the

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Wildfowling

Gold Rush

Peter Carr travelled to the Solway to discover that sometimes there’s a pot of gold at the end of even the most unpromising of rainbows Most Golden Plover shot in Scotland end up in the game bag as interesting incidentals

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Wildfowling

Grant for Westmorland Wildfowlers

Westmorland Wildfowlers’ Association (WWA) has been granted a £50,000 loan from the Wildlife Habitat Trust (WHT), which will be used towards purchasing 27 acres of land at Tarneybank Tarn near Killington, Cumbria. This will allow the Westmorland Wildfowlers’ Association to

Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,
Posted in News

Wildfowlers watch white-fronted geese

Wildfowlers on the Dyfi Estuary in Wales are recording information about the overwintering population of Greenland white-fronted geese. The estuary is important for the birds’ population as their breeding grounds in Greenland come under increasing pressure, and for 40 years

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in News
Follow Us!


Newsletter Sign Up
Please take a few moments to register for our free e-mail newsletter to get all the latest news and views on the shooting world delivered straight to your inbox