Mike Powell is flushed with success as he puts five foxes on the ground in the space of two outings. Sometimes things just go your way…
Robert Bucknell prepares for the new year’s foxing challenges and finally deals with the tailless fox that’s been plaguing him for some time
As we hit midwinter, Mike Powell considers what the long nights and freezing temperatures mean for the foxer, and how to make the most of it
Mark Ripley details his tricks of his trade for tackling early morning and late evening foxes, from the stationary approach to using thermal
Mike Powell’s masterclass on how to make the most of the various foxing methods available in late summer and autumn
Foxes have become more wary. It’s something that I realised when I had a year where I noticed far fewer foxes over my land than usual. I remember speaking to Mike Powell, and he agreed – foxes were becoming harder to shoot using traditional lamp and calling techniques.
Foxes are getting cleverer, says foxing expert Robert Bucknell – but so are fox shooters
Mike Powell reflects on over half a century’s fox control efforts, which have seen the UK’s top predator become more common and less wary despite the nation’s increased interest in foxing