Here's the follow-up to my earlier video on stalking sika in Ireland with Jason Doyle. In this episode, Jason is out on a lowland estate where the deer are wreaking havoc in the pheasant coverts. The keeper wants them culled - but conditions are far from ideal. Will Jason get his deer? The sika item begins at 13:27.
Thursday, 12 December 2013
Video: culling sika in Ireland
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Labels: deer stalking, ireland, rifle shooting, sika, the shooting show, video
Video: the fox that didn't steal Christmas
The Shooting Show ran a piece I filmed with Gary Green at a free-range turkey farm in Essex. The turkeys are fattening up nicely for Christmas, and they're proving a big draw to foxes from miles around. As Gary explains, the fox doesn't have to bite them to kill them - he can scare them to death in their hundreds. Fortunately he is on guard duty in his fox box, so perhaps Christmas won't have to be cancelled after all. The item starts at 10:01.
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Labels: farming, fox shooting, foxes, gary green, rifle shooting, vermin, video
Video: G4 Challenge Land-Rovers at Oxford Gun Co
This one was loads of fun to film - and the aerial footage provided by Skyvue adds a whole new dimension. Must save up for one of those copters!
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Labels: aerial filming, clay shooting, oxford gun co, schools challenge, video, young shots+beginners
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