Olivia loves spending time with her dad. They regularly go deer stalking together. Olivia recently shot her first-ever squirrel too.
Young Shot Sophie and her dog Millie enjoyed a successful trip to the Somercotes marsh. Sophie shot a few mallard and Millie was on hand to retrieve them.
Emily is a regular member of the picking-up team on three shoots. This year, she finally got a chance to shoot game - and she got her first ever pheasant.
Myia's first game shooting experience was a huge success. She shot her first pheasant on Beater's Day.
Young Jack prepared a delicious field to fork game dinner for the whole family.
All game shooting enthusiasts can recall their first shooting season. For most, the proud memory of shooting your first bird – be it a pheasant, partridge or duck – is one that stays with you forever.
With the pheasant, partridge and wildfowl (above the high water mark) seasons finishing this weekend, BASC’s regional teams provide their highlights.
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Earlier this month, nine Young Shots enjoyed their first driven game day in Hampshire. The shoot was hosted by Greenwood Shoot near Bishops Waltham and keeper Andy Cheeseman.