From sorting out mating foxes to gauging population levels, Mike Powell lists all the early year tasks foxers need to get stuck into
As the end of the pheasant season approaches, we are thinking of organising a couple of fox drives to reduce their numbers. How do I go about this?
Mark Ripley is faced with a surprisingly large number of foxes on his patch. But no matter how many he brings to book, there’s always one that gets away
Stuart Wilson’s been dispatched on a lamb protection mission – and he takes to the top of the pick-up to get it done
Mike Powell tests old against new, with CZ’s 527 rifle chambered in .17 Hornet going up against the tried-and-tested .22 Hornet version of the rifle
Robert Bucknell has been making the most of the long nights of January – he details his foxing excursions of 2018 so far, successful and otherwise…
Alison Johnstone said she would bring forward a member’s bill calling for a total ban on fox hunting, including the use of dogs to flush foxes to be shot.
Mark Ripley details his tricks of his trade for tackling early morning and late evening foxes, from the stationary approach to using thermal
Robert Bucknell relates a case of mistaken identity relating to a tailless fox and shows you how to get the best out of thermal and electronic callers
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for foxers, that is. Mark Ripley reveals his tips and tricks for winter fox control and why a snowfall is the foxer’s best friend