Fieldsports August/September 2018
Issue 1804

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A year in the life – Tarquin Millington-Drake details a year on the moor for what is arguably the most iconic of all game species – the red grouse.

Eat what you shoot – Looking to organisations and passionate game chefs for inspiration, we amass a smorgasbord of simple but sublime gamebird recipes.

Travelling back in time – Shooting parties have travelled to the moors in many a manner over the last couple hundred years, as David S. D. Jones explains.

The game Shot's checklist – No nonsense, easy-to-follow words of wisdom for the season ahead, from Simon Ward.

Glorious Fourstones – David Egan revels in the laid-back, family-orientated atmosphere of the Fourstones shoot in the Forest of Bowland.

Dall kingdom – At the mercy of rain, fog, snow and terrain far better suited to cloven hooves, Lady Katie Percy ventures to Alaska in pursuit of dall sheep.

The state of play – Six of the UK’s sporting and conservation organisations offer an insight into the various issues and challenges currently at the fore.

A fitting history – Mark Crudgington offers a fascinating insight into the development of gun fitting as we know it today.

25 years in paradise – He’s fished in saltwater from Australia to Cape Cod, cast a fly in a million spots the world over, but few destinations exert a more powerful pull on Matt Harris than Jardinas de la Reina.

With respect – If our gundogs' obedience and ‘respect’ begin to slip in the home, says Ben Randall, cracks will soon begin to show in the working environment.