This week on The Shooting Show, we’ve got a decoying day at both crow and pigeon lined up in the Scottish Borders.
We start by heading to Skye for some fox control amid stunning surroundings. There are no easy foxes to be had on Skye – every one is a tough spot-and-stalk affair. With Scott Mackenzie guiding and Edan Annand behind the…
It’s the last shoot of the season at East Town Farm Shoot, and Rob Tilbury tries his luck at partridge, pheasant and duck. With an army of beaters and pickers-up on the drives, will the January snow hinder our intrepid guns?…
Byron has got his hands on the latest foxing calibre to hit the UK market, the .17 Hornet.
The day after drawing a blank on a red stalk on the hill, it’s left to Byron to head back on to the glens to deal with a roe population that is causing a farmer some problems.
In this Shooting Show special feature, lead cameraman Byron’s got his hands on a new accessory that could change the way you stalk: the Apex Predator from Napier.
With three hippo tags and miles of expansive waterway, Byron and the Shooting Show team have a mammoth task on their hands on the trail of hippo in Namibia.
The Shooting Show’s Byron Pace is in the depths (or should we say heights) of South Africa’s Eastern Cape, with mountain reedbuck in his sights.