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In this video 2011 Jr. World Goose Calling Champion Joe Orf talks about 4 notes that are very important to him in competition calling and hunting situations. You will here the notes in their basic form and also other variations. A great way of improvinng your goose calling is to learn as many variations of the basic notes. This will increase your goose calling vocabulary and effectiveness as a contest caller and/or a goose hunter. The call Joe is using is an Acrylic Raptor by Field Proven Calls.
Justin Tackett of Ducks Unlimited WaterDog provides tips for creating effective Canada goose decoy spreads. Positioning, direction, number, etc., and how they interplay with calling techniques.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Want to improve your bird hunting, deerstalking and dog work? Learn how shotgun cartridges kill pigeons this week, and how to improve your shooting. Andy Crow is pigeon shooting. His new series CrowHow kicks off with a graphic demonstration of how pellets work to bring down birds.
Andrew Kay Demonstrates how to place pigeons in cradles
Friday, June 7, 2013
Thursday, June 6, 2013
www.sporting-scene.com. Pigeon shooting continues to grow in popularity as more and more sporting shooters realise the supreme tests of field craft and marksmanship that the bird can offer. This programme gives a comprehensive overview of the equipment and tactics that will give you the best chance of success in the range of situations that the sport can present. For newcomers to the sport, as well as those shooters looking for hints and tips that will give them an edge in field, this programme will be an invaluable reference to come back to time and time again.
Peter Theobald is a renowned pigeon shooter with 30 years + experience of pitting his wits against this most exciting quarry. A farmer based in Essex required reading for pigeon shooters while his monthly pigeon shooting articles for Sporting gun put him at the centre of the issues affecting the sport.
The wood pigeon provides some of the most exciting and sporting shooting there is. As a truly wild quarry it is the shooters sole responsibility to give the bird and the sport the respect it deserves to safeguard tomorrows shooting.
Sporting Shooter's chef, Mark Gilchrist of Game For Everything, demonstrates how to pluck a pigeon, and either remove the breast meat or gut it so it's ready for the oven.
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Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Soar No More University: Pigeon Hunting 101. Class Five; The checklist of items every pigeon hunter needs for success.
Soar No More University: Pigeon Hunting 101. Class Four; Hunting the roost, like cliffs, barns, and abandoned buildings.
Soar No More University: Pigeon Hunting 101. Class Three; Targeting pigeons on a food source like dairies, feedlots, grain yards, and fields.
Soar No More University: Pigeon Hunting 101. Class Two; How to locate pigeons through scouting.
Understanding the concept of "lead" when shooting a shotgun can be difficult to grasp. In this film we slow the action down. It allows the viewer to see the shot being thrown out infront of a fast moving wood pigeon...the bird then flies through the cloud of pellets. Often the shot can fall behind the quarry because the shooter doesn't allow for the speed of the bird . Andy Crow is our man behind the gun in this film which appeared in Fieldsports Britain at the begining of August 2012
Sunday, June 2, 2013
Pest controller Rob Collins has put up his hide and set up his decoys in order to shoot pigeons on land south of Bristol. But Robs not just interested in looking after his farmers. He has a wider aim. His mission is to bring young people into shooting via his Woodspring Pigeon Shooting & Wildfowling Club.
It's the preview film for our fabulous new DVD "Pigeons, the Experts' Way". Sporting Shooter editor James Marchington learns the art of decoying pigeons from gamekeeper and expert shot Andy Pye.
Saturday, June 1, 2013
The 1st in how to pluck & portion a pigeon, next is the cooking!