On 3rd and 4th April I had four of my regular pigeon shooters arrive for their annual pilgrimage to Norfolk to shoot what we hope will be good size bags of birds over a two-day period. They have been coming
Bob writes about the Woodpigeon as a species: one of our most challenging birds to shoot.
Bob was contacted by a farmer who was having sleepless nights over pigeons destroying his rape.
Bob explores the relationship between the old and the young in regards to Pigeon shooting.
Any pigeon shooter will tell you that pigeons love peas, but do they really?
In a previous article on this subject I stressed the importance of good reconnaissance…
The fact is that any and every month can produce great bags as well as disastrous ones.
Most of us can’t afford to spend as much on our sport right now as we could perhaps a year or two ago.
The longer you leave it, the better it will become. Bob writes about his favourite Sloe Gin Recipe.
Pigeon fanatic Bob Laidlaw gives us a few tips for making a good bag on drilled barley.