The Field Magazine Subscription

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The Field Magazine Subscription
6 months
6 issues
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This magazine is full of brilliant features on hunting, shooting and fishing, covering practicalities and advice as well as unusual and eccentric developments.

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RRP £33.00
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With an impressive publishing track record dating back to 1853, The Field is the ideal magazine for anyone who loves shooting, hunting and fishing. Written by active experts from all three disciplines, a subscription to this magazine lets you read Olympians' shooting tips as well as advice from professional anglers on how to land sizeable catches every time.

You'll hear about the best locations around the country to enjoy your hobbies year round, learn how to train the perfect gun dog, and benefit from reviews of guns made by a huge range of suppliers.

Every feature is beautifully illustrated with stunning photography, making this magazine a great monthly update on everything from the world of field sports.


The Field is the world’s oldest field sports and country magazine. Founded in 1853, it’s for everyone who loves shooting, fishing, gundogs and the best of British rural life. It’s delivered with style, wit and a reckless disregard for modern thinking on claret consumption.

If you love everything from gameshooting, flyfishing, hunting, dogs and the land, to the unusual such as salmon-skin bikinis, then a subscription to The Field magazine is just the thing for you.

Founded back in 1853 for those who loved shooting, fishing and hunting, the first editor of The Field magazine, Mark Lemon, was a friend of Dickens. The Field magazine was pioneered by sportsman Robert Smith Surtees and was an instant success.

Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 10-12 weeks.

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