Pigeon shooting is an all year round fieldsport with no restricted season. Some months are considerably more successful in terms of bag numbers (the months of spring then late summer, early autumn) do not however let that put you off from our shoots any time of the year. We offer a fantastic day out in the field and always thrive to get you the bag size you hope for. The pigeons on are estate are healthy, fast and plentiful.

Whilst pigeon shooting can act as protection to farmers crops, it a popular field sport to us, still always maintain respect for the quarry.

Non shooters are welcome to join in the field as long as they do not disrupt the shoot (fees may apply). They will be subject to all the same rules as the guns and they may also be required to assist in carrying bagged game when needed.
  • All guns must carry third public liability insurance as standard (If you have insurance included in a fieldsports organisation membership you must ensure your membership is current and valid)
  • Tips not included in quoted prices.
  • No insurance, no shoot. All guns must carry third public liability insurance as standard (If you have insurance included in a sports field organisation membership you must ensure your membership is current and valid)
  • We must receive all documentation and ID 72 hours prior to the shoot.
  • Gun hire and cartridge sales available on the estate.
  • We always follow the BASC Code of Practice for Shooting.

 

What’s included:

  • Transportation around the estate.
  • An unforgettable day in the heart of the Suffolk countryside.

 

What’s not included:

  • Accommodation. This can be arranged (subject to availability) in one of our lodges in or around our estates, please ask us for details.
  • Tips (The usual is £20 per gun).
  • Transport to and from the estate.
  • Guns and shells (these are rented and sold separately).
  • Clothing and other gear. If you do not have something in particular let us know in advance and we will do our best to help.

 

Tips:

  • Stay safe!
  • Only shoot when your barrel is pointed towards the sky and above a 15-degree angle.
  • Keep a track of the amount of birds you have to pick up, using a ticker can help keep track.
  • Depending on the terrain, when there around 15-20 birds on the ground it is advisable to go bag them up, they can deter new arrivals from landing in your area.
  • Avoid excessive alcohol consumption during your shoot.


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