Welcome to the world of FIELDSPORT!
Dear Friends & Loyal Customers,
…bird season is here! From doves to ducks, grouse to geese and woodcock to pheasants, the few precious months we look forward to all year, are here. Friends of FIELDSPORT, enjoy and savor every breath of autumn air…bird seasons are finally upon us.
I’m pleased to announce, the FIELDSPORT Wingshooting Schools
were once again a great success. Thank you
, one and all, who attended our 2017 School programs. Special thanks also to Messrs. Dale Tate
, Andrew Harvison
& Tim Stein
. Without the help and sacrifices of these fine gentlemen, our Wingshooting Schools
would not be possible.
We are also considering a slightly different School
program next year. We are considering conducting three
Schools in May
. Since the Spring offerings will be new, please contact Holly here at FIELDSPORT if you are interested in attending one of our May 2018 Schools. The actual School
dates will be announced soon.
FIELDSPORT is pleased to also announce we are again returning to the fabulous WILD WING Lodge
in Kentucky to conduct a least two, 2 ½ day FIELDSPORT Wingshooting School
programs that will include personal shooting instruction on clays one full day and then an additional 1 ½ days of guided quail hunting on the expansive WILD WING Lodge shooting preserve property. If this School
is of interest, please call Holly and ask to be placed on the student list. These schools will be limited to only four guns
per program, so they promise to sell out quickly. Please, do not delay your call. March is right around the corner.
Lastly, special accolades to one of our 2017 Wingshooting School
students, Ms. Dian J.
of Montana. Dian just informed us that she just shot her first ever double
, on wild ringneck pheasants. We are very proud of Dian. She has worked hard to learn and implement the FIELDSPORT Wingshooting Method
…and it is obvious she has succeeded admirably. Congratulations and well done Dian!
Thank You, Best Wishes & Good Shooting
Bryan Bilinski / President / FIELDSPORT Ltd.
(P.S. You’ll be able to see Dian’s bird hunting photo on our web site scroll, above.)