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We at PigeonAllDayLong pride ourselves in providing our clients with the best service and equipment on the market. You will be using the most modern and effective equipment available, all provided in the cost of your day.
Our Pigeon & Goose shooting is fully guided with guides who have many years experience with shooting and are the best in the business at calling Geese.
Your stay will be in one of several high quality local Hotels and B+B’s that we use on a regular basis for our clients.
We are located approximate 1 mile west of Leslie in Fife Scotland and 5 miles East of Loch Leven which is one of Scotland’s prime Goose Roosts for Pinkfoot & Greylag Geese.
Fife is a Farming county with a large acreage of cereal, arable and vegetables which attracts a very large Pigeon population.
Our Shooting Season
To ensure top quality shooting we will only take bookings for shooting during the times of the year that produce the best numbers of birds. This will often be a shorter period than the existing seasons. We do not do any type of bird shooting on a Sunday but Roe stalking is available.
Pigeons Are shot from 1st February to the 20th April on winter rape and spring drills. Then from the 15th July to the 15th September over harvested crops. We also have a limited number of dates between October and the end of January each year.
Geese We shoot decoyed geese from the 1st of October to the 31st of January each year. We also have many wild duck flight ponds that we start shooting in September through to the 31st January
Pheasant From the 1st October to the 31st of January. Both Driven & Rough Walked Up days.
Roe Stalking Buck 20th April to 10th June & Does 21st October to 31st March
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( Please consult the Calendar’s before calling )
Well today brings this years pigeon bookings to an end, and what a way to finish!
Regular client Paul had a personal best over wheat stubble.
That brings the annual tally to just over 14,500 birds. It's been hard work doing it all single handed.
Now for a week off before we start back at the geese!!
Fog held the birds back a while this morning but when they got going we had some great shooting. Two of my guests shot their first ever geese, and to top it all we took Pinkfeet, Greylags and Canada's. We packed up with lots of pinks still pouring off the roost. 11 of the 13 pinks we had were this years birds, hopefully a good sign of things to come.
I had Stuart and his dad out to try for a buck for Stuart's 30 birthday. We'd been out on Monday and were unlucky not to get one so this was our second go. The wind was quite gusty but mild with a bit of drizzle in the air. We stalked into a sheltered spot behind a wood and came across 2 bucks having a right good scrap, knocking hell out of each other!! After watching them for a while the opportunity for a shot came and Stuart dropped this huge beast with a perfect heart shot at 70m off sticks.
Well done Stuart
We had a fantastic days walked up Grouse at Glen Lethnot today. Beautiful scenery and weather, with an abundance of Grouse.
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