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The Country Sportsman’s Record Book & Journal
Each page offers space for date and place, your companions, the bag and daily remarks. Each page is illustrated with gamebirds and fish as well as offering a shooting quote on every other page. The fist page offers a space for the name of who the register belongs to as well as the date the register was opened. A great gift idea for any sporting man or lady, especially perfect for youngsters to keep an accurate record of all their sporting adventures on the bank, up the hill or in the hidden valleys of the UK countryside. This beautiful record book is also a favorite amoung many UK sporting estates, allowing plenty of room to keep accurate records, subsequent record books can be purchased to continue the same theme and style for years to come. Due to our building works we are having a massive online clothing stock clearance sale!
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The answer if not to a maiden's prayer then at least to those of a whole generation of country sporting men and women. This flexible sporting diary takes account of hunting, fishing, falconry and coursing as well as shooting, but most of all recognises the fact that the peripheral events of any day in the field are always of more lasting interest than the size of the bag. Game books of previous eras were no more than desiccated e state records, things of no flesh and bone, for pheasants here read much the same as pheasants two months later. We needed to remember who shot well, how was the dog work, what about the amazing sunset and that old cock bird you downed with the last shot of the day as it topped the tallest tree and headed for safety down the valley? Who needs a shooting diary with wasted columns for ptarmigan and capercaillie when so few are shot in the whole country in a year?