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    Hunting

Hunting

Baily’s Hunting Directory – documenting the tradition By Ben Skipper. THE Ingalls Red, an apple native to East Lindsey, was first recorded in 1930 by Mr William Ingall of Grimoldby near Louth. The heavily russetted apple, rarely found outside Lincolnshire, could, like hunting, be seen as an anachronism, belonging to

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    Wildfowling

Wildfowling

Fenland Wildfowlers Association – a club with a lot to offer! By Derek Robinson. FORMED in October 1952, the Fenland Wildfowlers Association (FWA) offers its membership excellent value for money, providing sport both below the sea wall and inland on the Ouse Washes between Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. Historically the association

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    Clay Pigeon Shooting

Clay Pigeon Shooting

Using trap and skeet to improve your sporting scores By Roger Hill. TRAP and skeet disciplines both complement sporting clays. True, they are both specialist disciplines in all their forms and need dedicated guns to perform at the top. Trap and skeet also demand total dedication to get to the

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    Terriers

Terriers

The saving of a breed by John Glover. I FIND it incredible that given its antiquity and its propensity to work, the Glen of Imaal Terrier finds itself on the vulnerable or rare breeds list. Not only that but in all its years of existence and subsequent law changes that

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    Vermin Control

Vermin Control

Squirrel work before winter By Ian Barnett. THERE are many who would argue that grey squirrel control is easier to accomplish during winter when the leaf canopy is down. As someone who has hunted greys for decades, I beg to differ. Granted, it’s easier to see old Sciurus on the

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    Ferreting

Ferreting

Ferreting the unexpected By Pennine Lad. TO the layman, spending hours upon hours out in the winter-gripped countryside ferreting holes for rabbits may seem rather a tedious thing to do, but I have always found ferreting to be both exciting and rewarding. For one thing, the rabbit is an agricultural

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