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Roxtons Field Sports,  Hungerford,  United Kingdom, Partridge, Grouse, Pheasant, Sea trout

Roxtons Field Sports

Hungerford, United Kingdom
Partridge, Grouse, Pheasant, Sea trout

We pride ourselves on always offering a knowledgeable and professional service and being able to take away the hassle of organising shooting and fishing trips in the UK and worldwide.
Our history starts in the mid 1970s when a Canadian entrepreneur recruited Chris Orssich to set up a sporting agency. Based in the town of Hungerford in Berkshire, above the shop of the same name, which was also part of the business at the time, the company grew rapidly.
In 1991, we became the first company to offer Atlantic salmon fishing on the celebrated Varzuga River in Russia's Kola Peninsula. We also offered exclusive access to several of the world's premier shoots, at estates such as Drynachan, Drumlanrig and Daslwinton in Scotland, Stanage on the Welsh border, Miltons, and Prescombe in England, as well as La Cuesta and La Nava in Spain. We have also been a key player in the development of some of the most exciting salt water, blue water and fresh water fisheries for decades.
Aside from our amazing portfolio of worldwide fishing and shooting destinations, our knowledge and personal service, our unique selling point has always been our ability to stay at the forefront of sporting innovation which has changed enormously over the last forty years.
We run one of the world's largest and longest running "roving syndicate", an informal shooting club that gives customers access to more than 40 partridge or pheasant shooting days per season in locations around the world.


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$355.99

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Review icon Reviews (3)

  • C. 21 Nov 2017

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    We went There in June 2017. incredible stay! Fishing was just amazing, lot of fish. Sometimes you could catch a grayling or a trout, but during the good period, your've got a lot of salmon going up the stream... Nice to catch! As said in another comment, the guides are not amazing, don't expect to learn something from them, but they are really kind and willing to help. We stayed for a week and food was really good, the cook did her best to please us. Getting to the camp with those huge helicopter is a special experience... Before getting there, be sure you practiced enough fishing with two handed rod... River is quite large but beautiful...

  • Anon 24 Aug 2015

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    The fishing is simply amazing, large numbers of fish to catch just like Scotland was 100 years ago. You still need to be able to cast and a certain amount of fitness is required but it is truly amazing. The guides are terrible, they are really just boat drivers who on the whole speak no English. Don't expect any help from them, even netting fish! The food is ok, the cooks do their best and the camp managers are generally friendly but young. Travel to and from the camps is horrible. However it is all worth if for the fishing which is what it is all about

  • dooren 20 Jun 2015

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    Wellshead had nice scenery, well presented birds and our host, James Dent from Roxtons was charming and attentive. The shoot lunch and location could be improved on. All in all a good experience.



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