Game puff pie recipe

These enclosed puff pastry pies, also known as pithiviers, aren’t as fussy as they look. Serve with mash and gravy for a great winter warmer. Game Puff Pies Serves two Ingredients 50g Carrot, diced50g Onion, diced20g Chestnuts, chopped25g Pigeon, diced25g

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SPONSORED: Savage Hog Hunter from Edgar Brothers

Speed is the name of the game with the new Impulse Hog Hunter from Savage Arms, purpose-built for vermin control. With 13 patented parts, this rifle encompasses breakthrough technology to deliver speed and precision when it’s needed the most.  This

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The Shooting Show – Brigands ft. Gerywn Jones

In this week’s instalment of The Shooting Show, we follow top game shot, Gerwyn Jones, on the renowned high bird pheasant shoot, Brigands, hosted by Richard Croft. You can watch the full video below: SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: We are offering a

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The Shooting Show – Archangel Pheasants with Gerwyn Jones

This week we follow top game shot, Gerywn Jones, shooting some Archangel Pheasants in an outstanding game shoot in Wales. SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: We are offering a 10% discount on all Field Sports magazine subscriptions. All you need to do is

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Winter time stalking

As Thomas Nissen follows a team of hunters through the Latvian wilderness, he experiences more than just one kind of game The terrain is covered with a thin layer of snow and the temperature has dropped to minus 14 degrees,

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Recipes: Wild and Game release January meal pack

Game specialist Wild and Game has seen a surge in demand in the past year from people keen to embrace a more flavoursome, naturally produced, source of British meat. Game is harvested in the wild and is lean, protein-packed, characterful and nutritious

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Are deer management targets achievable without thermals?

This article originally appeared on our sister publication, Gun Trade News In his first column for GTN, Dr Al Gabriel, BASC council member, molecular biologist at Newcastle University and keen deer stalker, wonders whether thermals are really a good thing,

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The future of deer in Scotland

Bryon Pace studies the future of deer in Scotland. “It is difficult to explain, and certainly impossible to describe, the mingled feelings of excitement and interest of the enthusiastic sportsman who, after perhaps a couple of hours’ toil and stratagem,

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The Shooting Show – Protecting Pheasants with Mark Ripley and the Wraith HD

In this week’s episode, we join Mark as he heads out after one or two foxes that have been taking pheasant poults from a nearby wood on a local game shoot. SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: We are offering a 10% discount on

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Swapping between different rifle scopes – the latest Q&A

Our experts are back to answer more of your questions, including covering fox cubs, camo, and culling. Sporting Rifle experts: Optics: Chris Parkin Target sports journalist and optics reviewerFoxing: Mike Powell Professional gamekeeper and foxing expertLegal: Stuart Farr Lawyer specialising

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