Kent county cricket captain Rob Key goes pigeon shooting with world champion shooter George Digweed. Game chef Mark Gilchrist is riding shotgun (literally) with Andy 'Crow Man' Crow on a combine harvester looking out for rabbits. And Sporting Shooter editor Dom Holtam is having a hard time finding a fallow buck amid a sea of fallow does. With a week to go until the grouse shooting season starts, this is the cream of British shooting sports for you: pigeons in the wheat cut, fallow bucks and pigeon glut.
Pigeon Shoot starts at 13:40 George Digweed is pushing his skills to the limit this week by shooting pigeons on a flight line. He's set-up his hide inside the woodland next to a maize field and the birds are "up-there". There are plenty of tips and jokes as George once again proves to be simply an amazing shot.
Join Goose Hog Outdoors as they pursue spring snow geese over large spreads of decoys. They are a spring snow goose guide in South Dakota, check out http://www.goosehogoutdoors.com for more information on booking a hunt.
George Digweed is looking forward to a better year's pigeon shooting than last year. Where did those birds go? The 22-times world champion clay shooter is talking about his pigeon shooting techniques - and his shooting is out of this world. Meanwhile, we're off to a much-loved pheasant and partridge shoot on chalky downland in Hampshire. It promises driven shooting of the highest quality.
Hunting light geese during the Missouri 2013 Spring Light Goose Conservation Order. The trip started out in a bad way with a unexpected family death and then a vehicle breakdown 1000 miles from home. We endured these hardships and sought Redemption. We found it, bagging 178 geese in 5 days. Once again we had a great hunt with UpNorth Outdoors. Tracy Northup and his staff are excellent and I want to give special thanks to Tryg Koch, our guide that hunted with us all 5 days. Despite the rough beginning of the trip we had a blast.
Using milk bottles and frozen pigeons from a previous shoot for decoys, we set up the camo net and were away. with a kill count of 45 pigeons at the end of the day. Pigeon shooting is awesome. I get alot more excitement out of pigeon shooting rather than duck shooting in my opinion.