We head over the Irish Sea to catch up with Jason Doyle and his buddy Stephen as they try to save rape and barley from some pesky pigeons. Jason has a century of birds in his sights and Stephen hopes to match him from a separate hide but with the pigeons wise to the decoys at this time of year, the challenge is on.
When it comes to the best of pigeon shooting, there's only one man you need: NGO vice-president and head keeper Geoff Garrod. We join him and son Justin as they mark the end of the game season by setting up the hide and the deeks for an action-packed day at the birds. With Browning A5 and Eley VIP loads at their side, they make a formidable team -- and we're there to capture it all on camera.
Two of Britain's most sporting birds are in the frame this week. After months of waiting, Andy Crow has thousands of pigeons on his farm, and he has some of the best pigeon shooters in the South-East of England to go and shoot them.
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Using milk bottles and frozen pigeons from a previous shoot for decoys, we set up the camo net and were away. with a kill count of 45 pigeons at the end of the day. Pigeon shooting is awesome. I get alot more excitement out of pigeon shooting rather than duck shooting in my opinion.
George Digweed is looking forward to a better year's pigeon shooting than last year. Where did those birds go? The 22-times world champion clay shooter is talking about his pigeon shooting techniques - and his shooting is out of this world.
I'm spending a day shooting pigeons with the help of Thames Valley Pigeon Shooting. Not a huge bag and plenty of poor shooting but still a great day out with the gun!