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This is the only podcast from the U.K. to tackle country issues, hunting, fishing and wildlife management. This is the place to hear debate on the latest issues. We will introduce you to the very people at the forefront of sculpting the landscape we all enjoy. Topics will be wide ranging, from those close to home to international issues half a world away.

This is the only podcast from the U.K. to tackle country issues, hunting, fishing and wildlife management. This is the place to hear debate on the latest issues. We will introduce you to the very people at the forefront of sculpting the landscape we all enjoy. Topics will be wide ranging, from those close to home to international issues half a world away.
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This is the only podcast from the U.K. to tackle country issues, hunting, fishing and wildlife management. This is the place to hear debate on the latest issues. We will introduce you to the very people at the forefront of sculpting the landscape we all enjoy. Topics will be wide ranging, from those close to home to international issues half a world away.






#62 RSBP & GWCT face to face, Hen Harriers, Mountain Hair, Illegal Persecution, Grouse Moor Management, Habitat Management , Working Together

This is where change happens. We have a face to face, open, honest discussion with the head of the GWCT (Adam Smith) and RSPB in Scotland (Duncan Orr-Ewing). Tackling issues around management and what conservation means, we look at the conflicts and solutions between management for hunting and the wider conservation of species. Brought to you by the Scottish Association for Countrysports.

Duration: 02:07:00

#61 Philip Massaro, Rigby Rifles, Bear Hunting BC, DNA Film Festival, Hunting in Africa, Hunting Politics, Conservation, Double Rifles

On this weeks show we speak we speak to Phil Massaro professional gun writer, you might remember him from our brief chat at IWA a few shows back. We jump straight into Rigby rifles, double rifles, the ethics about hunting in Africa as well as the discussion about bear the ban on bear hunting in BC. We also have a big announcement about a new film festival the DNA hunting film festival. To find out more about the film festival or visit our shop visit The show is...

Duration: 01:17:59

#60 Byron' in Africa, Around The Campfire,. Rhino Trade, Big Game Hunting, How To Safari, What You Don't Know About African hunting.

This week we find ourselves in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. You are missing one of your hosts, Darryl Pace for this show, but Byron is on hand with good friend and professional hunter, Devan Delange, for an informal chat with a brandy in hand. They talk about their hunting trip, along with a very heart felt event which took places, and give you an insight as to what they get up to on a personal trip and hunt away. Beyond that, they discuss wat it is to hunt in Africa, what is currently...

Duration: 02:00:49

#59 Chris Conroy, Wild Salmon, Eel, Pink Salmon , Loch Ness Fisheries, Fish Habitat

In this episode we bring you one of the biggest stories in fresh water fisheries in recent years, with the arrival of large numbers of Pink Salmon to the UK. We speak with the man who heads up the Ness Fisheries Board, Chris Conroy, discussing not just this new species but how the river system is managed. A fascinating interview opening up the under water world. Everyone will surely learn something new in this show. Check out the Ness board Facebook page for loads of great under water...

Duration: 01:22:40

#58 Shane Mahoney, North America Model, Wild Harvest Initiative , Trophy Hunting, Pollinators, Species Survival, Collaborative Working

The long awaited podcast with Shane Mahoney is finally here, and we promise it will be worth the wait. Very relevant to recent discussions in the U.K. regards trophy hunting, this podcast is a captivating journey through Shane's thoughts and opinions as to the future of conservation and the role hunting had played, and should play in that story. From explaining the North American model of conservation to the Wild Harvest Initiative, we stretch conversation from the hunting communities...

Duration: 01:48:21

#57 The future for hunting, avian flu, Shane Mahoney, role of social media

We deliver the last speeches and discussions recorded at the symposium prior to the Council for International Conservation general assembly. First up, we hear from Shane Mahoney again, looking at the importance of education for younger generations to rebuild their connection with wildlife and the land. Byron sits at a round table discussion with a number of journalists from around the world, looking at the way hunting and management through hunting is perceived by the general public and...

Duration: 01:28:26

#56 Banning Firearms on Trains, Bring Back Lynx, Food Consumption, Escaped Salmon, Animal Rights

On this interim podcast we cover all the latest news from across the globe. Everything from Scotrail banning firearms on trains, bringing back Lynx to the UK to locals saving an elephant out at sea off Sri Lanka. Email the show

Duration: 00:41:13

#54 CIC Conference, Shane Mahoney, Marco lambertini & more, WWF, Climate Change, Poaching, Hunting Perception, PETA, Born Free, Water Fowl Conservation

A few months back Byron attended a hunting symposium at the opening of the CIC generally assembly. This week we bring you selected speeches from this event, as well the latest highlights from our previous guest, Diggory Hadoke battling with Peirs Morgan again. Its wide ranging with high level experts from around the world. Something for everyone. We hear from WWF Director Marco Lambertini on climate change, poaching and the issues with growing human populations. Anders Dimiter, senior...

Duration: 01:52:05

#53 Affordability of Hunting, Organisations Working Together, Food Connection , Hunting Abroad , Duncan Thomas, Jules Stoddart, David Ewing ,Kyriacos Kythreotis, Rory Kennedy , Northern Shooting Show,

We are back for a panel debate recorded live at the Northern shooting show, but with a whole host of new topics and guests. We talk on an array of topics including our connection with food in the modern world, the affordability of hunting, collaborative working between organisations and how it can be better, why it’s important to join an organisation, hunting abroad and our responsibility, as well as why hunters should embrace initiatives which have no direct personal benefit from a...

Duration: 01:23:03

#52 Louise Gray, The Ethical Carnivore: My Year Killing to Eat, Halal Meat, Where your meat comes from, Slaughter Houses, Hunting

Discussing the ethics of food production, we have Louise Gray on the podcast this week. Author of The Ethical Carnivor and a newspaper columnist, she embarked upon her own journey of discovery, delving into the source our meat consumption, vowing to only eat meat she had killed or sourced herself. It makes for interesting and thought provoking listening, and will make you question your own decisions when it comes to how you source food. This is certainly a show for everyone who consumes...

Duration: 01:19:36

#51 Panel debate from Northern Shooting Show

A full panel debate recorded live at the Northern shooting show, we talk on an array of topics including the use of thermal for hunting, the role of social media and how the hunting community utilises it, deer management, big bag shoot days along with many more for a jam packed podcast with no less tha five guests. The guests included Sarah Read, Alex Stoddart, Dom Holtam, Patrick Gilbraith and Rachel Carrie. Of course there is a new prize to win which is a pair of Smiths Optics...

Duration: 01:22:48

#50 Donald Barry, Food Production, Deer Farming, Efficient Agriculture, Jame Hutton Institute , Sheep Farming, Farming, Land Management

We bring you this show from the hills and fields of the highlands, well almost, right on the highland fault anyway. Joined by Donald Barrie, manager of Glen Sauch research farm for the James Hutton Institute, we leave hunting behind a little to look at land management and agriculture. With a focus on how to efficiently we use our natural resources, we discuss sheep, deer, forestry, muirburn and efficient food production before going for a wonder around the farm to see first-hand the...

Duration: 02:13:03

#49 Davey Hughes, Marcus Bjarneroth, Swazi Clothing, Garmin, Hunting Cloths, Hunting Safety, IWA

This week we have two guests from the last of our interviews in IWA Germany. We are joined by Davey Hughes, owner of Swazi clothing, and Marcus Bjarneroth from Garmin. We discuss hunting experiences, and dive into a number of product developments for both companies. From hunting bear in Kodiak, to moose in Sweden, to survival and the modern hunter, its a compact show stuffed with gems of wisdom. This show is brought to you by Scottish Association for Country Sports - SACS

Duration: 00:55:03

#48 Pedro De Ampuero, Marc Newton & Others, Mauser, Realtree, Blazer, Aimpoint, Rigby , Kuiu, Kryptek, Bushnell, Polycase Ammunition , IWA Outdoor Classics

We are back in IWA, Germany first catching up with Pedro De Ampuero from Kuiu, talking on his adventures around the globe. Then we go on a wonder around the show, finding out about the latest developments from Bushnell, Aimpoint, Mauser, Blaser, Benchmade to name a few. Byron also had the chance to look at the new Rigby Highland Stalker, and asked managing director Marc Newton about the rifle and the rise of Rigby over the last few years. We were also pleased to be able to give listeners...

Duration: 01:44:03

#47 Phill Massaro, Food Detachment, Sale of Public Lands, Trophy Hunting, Hunting Gear & Technology

For this week’s show we are in Germany at the IWA Outdoor Classic. Amongst the many people we met, Phil Massaro joined us for an extended interview. Discussing his back ground as a prolific gun writer, we also fleshed out more information and thoughts on the sale of public land in the U.S. It’s an intriguing chat which includes debate on our dis-attachment to food, trophy hunting, as well as some of the latest releases from major manufacturers. Donate now to help us raise the £660...

Duration: 01:01:21

#46 Ivan Carter, Saving Wildlife, Conservation, Chimpanzee Trade, Poaching, Ivory Trade

Ivan Carter is a previous guest on the show, and this time he is back to talk with us about specific conservation initiatives. We talk in depth about how important it is for hunters to support conservation out with the species we have the opportunity to hunt. Covering orphaned chimps, to the rhino and ivory trade, as well as the demise of giraffe across Africa. We look for solutions and to the future as well as make an appeal for support from all our listeners. To donate through our...

Duration: 01:16:06

#45 Ulrik Orskov, Hunting Boar With A Bow, Being A Hunting Vet, Hunting New Zealand, Bow Hunting, 1080 Poison

This guy is the real deal. A hunter to the soul, and yet a student of veterinary science at the same time. Taking life with one hand and giving it with another. We speak with Ulrik Oskov, recounting the moment he fended off a wounded boar with just his feet, as well as going deep into his last trip into the wilderness of New Zealand and Australia. We relive the raw emotions of the kill and what it means to him, and tackle the issue of 1080 poison in NZ. Visit his facebook...

Duration: 01:35:51

#44 Ivory Trade, Planet Earth II ,Upset Vegans, Tree Planting, Salmon Farming, RSPB Conflict, Sterilising Deer, Eating Plastic

We are catching up with the last few months news today, covering topics from vegan-upsetting nursery rhymes to the serious topics of the Ivory trade and policy changes within the UK and South Africa. We also cover the Scottish governments wish to cover Scotland in trees as well as the conflict between the GWCT and the RSPB. Plastics in the ocean see discussion, and how much we digest in our own diet. Enjoy eating salmon? Well we talk about the previously secret plans to open the largest...

Duration: 01:04:57

#43 Scott Rea, The Scott Rea Project, Butchering, Game Food, Knives, Building a Youtube Channel, Lettuce Shortage

On this weeks podcast we have Scott Rea, many of you may already know him from his Youtube Channel – The Scott Rea Project. Scott is a fully qualified butcher with a clear passion for cooking in particular game meat. We go through everything from how his growing Youtube channel of over 140 000 subscribers and over 30 million views started to preparing game food, best knives to use, favourite dishes and of course we discuss the lettuce shortage in the UK. This show will leave your mouth...

Duration: 01:24:16

#42 David Wright, Roy Lupton, Birds of Prey, Fieldsports channel, First Time Hunting, Filming The Hunt, Land Management & Ethics, Anti Hunters

Joining us from the hills, recorded in an estate cottage with the fire burning and the dogs talking, we meet up with David Wright, the man behind the camera on Fieldsports Channel, as well as one of the stars of the show, Roy Lupton. We find out what the two of them did before Fieldsports Channel, and discuss a wondering array of topics form hunting and keeping birds of prey with Roy, to the challenges of filming while hunting. We tackle the negative attitudes towards hunters, and hear...

Duration: 01:36:16

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