GROUSE SHOOTING IN SCOTLAND
Scotland holds a very special place in every sportsman’s heart, and the romance and history embodied in the Highlands make them a truly unique sporting location. Shooting in Scotland is always something very special and coupled with what many consider to be the ultimate in driven game shooting – the native red grouse – you have simply found the perfect combination.
Shooting grouse in Scotland is more accessible than many people imagine. The country boasts a range of leading moorlands, all with good transport links from Edinburgh and Aberdeen, alongside stunning hospitality that is unrivalled elsewhere. Booking a grouse shooting trip can also allow time for pheasant and partridge shooting, fishing and stalking, and again we are happy to arrange these for you.
Scotland is unique in its variety of grouse shooting opportunities from the grandest double gun driven days to pleasurable walked up days over pointers.
GROUSE SHOOTING IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND
Nothing compares to the thrill of shooting grouse, whose sheer speed and magical flight provides so many sportsmen with the ultimate sporting challenge year after year – hence why the grouse is one of the most revered of all sporting quarry and considered to be the pinnacle of driven shooting.
Whether you are drawn to the beauty of the North of England Moors or to the pure romance of Scotland, grouse simply are king. You are also content in the fact that you are one of the lucky few who each year comes upon a chance to harvest this truly wild and wonderful bird.
There are a huge selection of grouse shooting opportunities to be had throughout the North of England, where so many moorlands of late, are seeing a resurgence in grouse numbers. Thanks to the success of medicated grit which added to the huge investment by owners and by better applied moorland management, has improved the reliability of stocks in many areas.
We have long standing relationships with a number of England’s best grouse moorlands so we are pleased to be able to offer driven days on an array of prestigious moorlands.