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  1. This week Natural Resources Wales (NRW) launched a review of how it regulates the shooting and trapping of wild birds in Wales. This covers a wide range of areas such as NRW’s approach to authorising wild bird control both on general and specific licences - including species, methods of control and location. The call for evidence runs until 27 January 2021. NRW have highlighted that they are looking for feedback with scientific or anecdotal evidence and they are not looking for views or opinions at this stage. Also they are not currently proposing any changes to the way in which they
  2. Morning everyone, I am a new member to pigeon watch, however my shooting compadre and I have been shooting for over 30 years. I have joined pigeon watch in the hope that one of its member may be able to help identify a 'rough shoot' either on or within a 50 mile radius of the Wirral, as the one we previously used in Angelsey has now unfortunately closed. My colleague Matt and I are really keen rough shooters and we would be incredibly grateful if anyone could help us out. many thank Mike
  3. Had the opportunity to go to Fauxdegla last friday, in the welsh hills. Quite a neat ground! Facilities are excellent - clubhouse is very cosy, had a fantastic breakfast (by a real chef!). Went to do the Sporting ridge, and I thought the targets were all very interesting an challenging; /most/ of them are shot up the hill, and theres a large selection of rather devious little birds. Really enjoyed it. There are also 2 pretty nice Compak layouts, again with interesting birds. Staff I met was very nice too, ground guy was pretty awesome, appeared in 2 minutes on a phone call to fix a trap that
  4. Just in case anyone hasn't heard nelson clay ground has closed.... Real shame to see it go but I think the ground operator had lost his fight, not sure what will happen but I think most will move to SW2000 but a real shame to loose such a longstanding ground that started many Welsh internationals on their trap shooting career.
  5. ARCFieldsports Sporting Clayshoot Competition & BBQ Date: Saturday 18th July Time: 11.00 - 17.00 Location: Lee Bridges Farm near Ellesmere Sat Nav: SY12 9AF Price: £11.50 per round (includes cartridges and clays) Gun Hire: Free Disciplines: Everyone welcome Prizes for top scores For more details + enquiries about this or any other days we offer please call Alan or visit the website. Follow Us on Facebook and Google + D1.pdf
  6. Anyone know of any places that do have a go days/events near Llanelli. I will give Crynant a ring, I think Brondai has shut? Anyone know of any others ideally one open in the evenings? Looking for to take a few from work for an afternoon/after work activity.
  7. All. Who would like to start up a syndicate with me from the wirral area? (NOW!) in short I am looking for 6-10 guns to join me in a completely open book management of , this year rough, next year our own birds shoot. 500 acres in total (split between 2 lands) plus 2 duck ponds. (exclusively on all unless we decide we can bring guests) These lands come complete with a keeper of 20 years, man and boy living and beating in the area. It is my intention he will be paid well. Fed well and beer'ed up. We have the feeders and grain. We are ready to roll for the start of the season. 6
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