Director Pete Carr is the first man in the hot seat, taking one of the most popular handheld roe calls on the market – the Buttolo – and showing you how to get the most out of it. We then hand over to stalking guide David Virtue, who has the Buttolo in hand when out with a client in this year’s rut. Hear the foremost expertise on calling the bucks – then see it put into practice.
Meanwhile, Byron Pace and buddy Edan Annand head to the Forrest Estates in south-west Scotland for a shoot with a difference: the game is simulated and the pigeons are made of clay. Forrest’s Andrew Case sets up a challenging simulated game layout to test Edan’s shooting skills, and shows how clay shooting can be put to good use as the ideal preparation for the game season.