There’s only one December tradition Paul Childerley cares about: the annual driven hunt organised by Zeiss at Laubach Castle in Germany… The time of year came around quickly. It was drawing closer to Christmas, and with it, the reunion of…
Rudi van Kets relates the story of one of the longest, toughest tracks for a wounded animal he’s ever followed
In the state of Texas there are few limitations when it comes to hunting and firearms. Thomas Lindy Nissen went there hunting with bow, crossbow and rifle
On a driven hunt in Bulgaria, Thomas Nissen finds that wild boar hunting is like the lottery. You’re most likely to draw a blank, but maybe, just maybe, you’ll hit the jackpot
Dutch hunter Martin Tulp crosses the Atlantic to find out what wild boar shooting is like in America
Editor-in-chief Peter Carr considers the wild boar’s successful re-establishment in the UK and the various methods of controlling the species
The ever-changing seasons always bring something new for the rifleman – and November brings one of the biggest changes of all. Roebucks are no longer in season and roe does have come in – while fallow, sika, red, Chinese water deer and muntjac are all in season in England and Wales too.
Well-known Danish hunter and Wild Boar Fever video star Jens Kjaer Knudsen shares his driven wild boar hunting advice with Thomas Nissen
Due to the dramatic rise in wild deer and boar, the Japanese government are seeking to revise the wildlife hunting laws to prevent widespread damage to agriculture and forestry.