Shooting clays We highly recommend clay shooting in the offseason to keep your skills and shooting technique in place, but shooting clays is also a great hobby to start up. Join your local shooting club and practice every week, and you will soon find it almost as enjoyable as shooting and also guaranteed to hit your target every time! If you want to try some different target practice, you could also try out archery, which is something for adults and kids alike.
A great way to explore the British countryside is to visit the many country houses dotted around. They are a part of the history of the British countryside, and it is interesting to discover how they have added to and shaped the British countryside. Some of these houses will also host shoots later in the year, so it might be good to inquire about returning for a shoot. The houses are also either owned or run by English Heritage or the National Trust and if you want to visit a lot, become a member of either or both to save money on each trip.
You have probably heard the saying about teaching a man to fish, and it is inherently true. Fly fishing is a hobby everyone can enjoy, and one which requires no experience to start; you just need the equipment and patience to keep practising. A leisurely hobby, you can learn life-long skills and anyone can do it. One of the best ways to start is from a course, rather than trying to teach yourself with various online guides and videos.
One of the most popular country pursuits and one of the best way to explore the great British outdoors is walking. No matter what area of the country you live in, there will be several walking routes and public footpaths for you to wander along, through a variety of landscapes and scenery. Bring along binoculars, so you spot wildlife, or even download the Geocaching app to add another purpose to your country walk. Not only is it a wonderful leisurely activity, but it is also good for your health too! Click Here…