Your day will start with tea or coffee and a bacon roll and a safety briefing. We will head out onto the land which may include a variety of steep valleys, country house lakes, and open moorland. We set up the shoot to give everyone the best-driven pheasant and partridge drives possible. There will be a minimum of 4 drives but often more than this, broken up with elevenses out in the field then back for a great lunch. You will easily use up to 500 fibre wad cartridges depending on how keen you get, and there will be 4000-5000 clays thrown by our promatic and Bowman automatic traps and the wonderful Flurry launchers.
9.30am – Meet for breakfast followed by a safety brief and the drawing of pegs
10.30am Set out for the first of 2 drives
11.30/Noon Field elevenses
12.30pm 3 more drives will follow elevenses
3.30pm Late Lunch in the Barn
No plastic wad on any of our CGUK shoots please.
If you do not have access to cartridges that isn’t a problem at all. Cartridges can be provided for you by our team, please make sure you let us know beforehand as this will be an additional cost.
Is available but please let us know on booking if this is required as it may be an additional charge.
4x4s are required however, this can be organised within the group chat before the event.
This day includes full hospitality
Smart/ casual depending on the weather this can be decided in the group chat before the event.