Driven Game Shooting

Whether you shoot on our own ground or on one of our hand-picked estates, our gorse and bracken clad slopes, traditional parkland and mature woods, the birds presented will challenge the skill of the most accomplished shots.  

Driven Shooting

Driven Pheasant

Our experienced keeper, John and his beating team will deliver high quality pheasants from traditional parkland drives.  Teams of 8 guns desirable. 

Driven Duck

We can offer a full day of driven duck on varying topography,  guaranteeing ducks are presented only as driven birds over challenging drives.  These days have proved hugely popular in recent years. 

Driven Mixed Days

Can't quite decide? 

Get the best of both of worlds and enjoy a mix of duck and pheasant drives.

Image by David Wirzba

After the pandemic we appreciate how much everyone has missed the  camaraderie, the laughs and the 'banter' over a sit down meal.  We are hopeful things will be a little more 'normal' in the coming season. 


Your driven day will begin with a welcoming cup of tea or coffee whilst pegs are drawn and John delivers the safety briefing.  If desired, a full Scottish breakfast or breakfast rolls can be arranged.  

The day includes elevenses with refreshments and a two-course lunch later in the day.

Table Setting
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At JCG Fieldsports we will work with you to create a hassle-free and enjoyable trip, leaving you free to simply enjoy the shooting. 

Accommodation, transfers and transport can all be arranged. 


If you are visiting us from abroad we can arrange travel permits for your guns and ammunition and ensure you have a valid licence to shoot whilst in Scotland.


“What a great trip we had.  We are a bunch of Icelandic Hunters and visited for a week of stalking.  John arranged everything for us, licences, coach transfers and accommodation.  Perfect setup and a great bunch of guides.  Very professional and passionate about their work.  We had a great hunt and great time, we will definitely book again and again.  Price is very good and highly recommended."

Hjorleifur Steinarsson