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    Ferreting

Ferreting

Commonsense cleanliness will keep ferrets healthy By James McKay. OR the first time in living history, we are facing a pandemic capable of changing society as a whole. While we do see extremes – those believing this is a load of hogwash and nothing serious is going to happen to

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    Gamekeeping

Gamekeeping

Gamekeeper of the month By Steve Grant. To mark the Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust’s Year of the Gamekeeper, BASC is highlighting a Gamekeeper of the Month throughout 2020. This month it’s Richard Bailey, Crag Estate Senior Beatkeeper. Richard is the senior beatkeeper at Crag Estate and coordinator of the Peak District

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    Catapults

Catapults

Getting the best from your set-up By Wayne Martin. FLAT band is the modern-day choice for catapults. Lots of people still use the old-school surgical elastic (tubes) or square and, of course, it’s everybody’s own choice what they shoot. Having shot all of them over the years, it’s my opinion flat

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    Interview

Interview

Sir Johnny Scott still striving to protect countrysports by David Egan. SIR Johnny Scott’s love of the countryside first started during the post-war years of rationing when he was taken for walks as a child by his mother who would always take a trug and pick additional things you couldn’t

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    Wildfowling

Wildfowling

A duck pond to die for! By Wiltshire Man. HERE in Wiltshire there are, proportionately, a lot of duck shooters and wildfowlers. The Severn estuary is not too far away and Poole harbour is within striking distance. Scotland and the Wash beckon if wild geese are to be chased, with

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    Deerstalking

Deerstalking

The choice of canine tracking companion is all yours By Graham Brockhouse. AS I write, the weather is not improving and on our estate the tracks and grass margins are becoming so waterlogged and churned up it makes it very difficult to get about. The fallow deer are starting to

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