Take note, remarks Will Pocklington, the age-old sporting holiday sticking point has been resolved. Grab your trunks and book your flights to the Caribbean.
If you love woodies, then you will love the picazuro and spot-winged pigeons of Argentina, says Tarquin Millington-Drake.
Mike Barnes extends his shooting season with a trip to Mallorca where it all ends on April 16.
Just as the February blues were taking a hold, Will Pocklington received a last-minute invitation that held a cure. The sporting island of Illaunmore beckoned.
Nicholas Watts enjoys a day of fine cuisine, cosmopolitan company and Reeves pheasant shooting at Château de Montchevreuil in northern France.
Simon Barr’s belief that Spanish partridge shooting is prohibitively expensive and inaccessible was pleasantly dispelled by his first dose of Mediterranean sport.
Could anything be finer than to be in Carolina? Mike Barnes goes in pursuit of quail at Brays Island.
If you really want to be tested by pigeons, says Rupert Godfrey, you need to head to South Africa.
Argentina has a lot more to offer the globetrotting game Shot than just great dove shooting. Chris Batha looks at the options.
It’s not just the world-class trout fishing and deer stalking that makes New Zealand a sporting paradise, says Peter Ryan, the driven pheasant shooting is just as spectacular.
Tony Ball argues that it’s the great variety of sport on offer in South Africa that makes it an attractive destination for the game Shot.
With world-class sea trout fishing, and dove shooting on an epic scale, Argentina will overwhelm the versatile sportsman’s senses, as Bob Sherwood discovered.
Nicholas Watts travelled to a shoot near Dieppe where birds are presented in the English style but with French flair.
Teal and quail in Mexico... there’s nothing finer, says Jon Wongrey. The night sky was lucid, lit with moonlight, dazzling stars. Tepid.
Shooting in the UK is seldom described as adventurous. However, after visiting Sweden in order to shoot ptarmigan and red fox, Nicholas Watts discovered that not only was it great sport, but it ticked all the adventure boxes too.
Outstanding shooting, gorgeous weather and a fabulous backdrop of the Atlas Mountains - what’s not to like as Mike Barnes forgets the fog back home to go in pursuit of barbary partridge.
Upon his return from Spain, Adrian Blundell struggled to find sufficient superlatives to describe the partridge shooting he had just experienced.