Pigeon Shooting with Glen Presley
David Virtue is our host north of the border, and he has four guests and two days' pigeon shooting lined up to ensure a wealth of bird-blasting action for our cameras. With all the best kit at our disposal, and the crops scheduled to come off just in time for our arrival, we should be in for a treat if we get the hide in the right place -- and if the farmers don't spoil our plans by harvesting early!
Geoff Garrod faces his biggest challenge yet: A veritable plague of pigeons that's descended on an oilseed crop. Grabbing his trusty Browning Maxus and Eley shells, he's not doing this by halves: he sets up the hide right in the middle of the field. This is his biggest chance yet to achieve a 100-plus bag.
First, we're back with pigeon-shooting maestro Geoff Garrod, motoring down to Essex on the news there's a bumper bag to be had. Geoff is in action pruning a pigeon population that's plaguing a pea plantation -- and we get there just in time to capture all the action on camera. But as always, things don't go quite to plan...