Over the last seven years Drumlanrig has become renowned as one of the premier partridge shoots in the world. The partridges are released on the edge of the moorland and are then driven over the guns below, providing challenging shooting amidst stunning landscape. You can benefit from 20 drives, ranging from high to exceptionally high birds, meaning it is possible to do three consecutive days without doing the same drive twice.
Pheasant shooting at Drumlanrig continues to be a very traditional experience, providing you with sport of the highest quality set among high hills, mixed woodlands and some fantastic gullies, offering some truly memorable shooting.
The 25 varied and diverse pheasant drives have recently been added to, with the creation of five more drives that show some testing sport. There are a fantastic variety of opportunities, ranging from full double gun driven days with loaders to smaller single gun days. With such a variety of drives on offer, up to a week’s sport can be arranged without covering the same ground.
Drumlanrig offers you 25,000 acres of heather moorland with four main beats: Durisdeer, Wanlockhead, Daerhead and Locherben.
Conservation and responsible land management are of utmost importance on the Estate. All the moors are well-maintained by burning resulting in a mosaic of colour on the hills ensuring a variety of different ages of heather for the grouse to live on. The moors also provide an excellent example of habitat for wader birds, for example Golden Plover, Curlews and Lapwings. Smaller birds such as Skylarks, Ring Ousels and Meadow Pipits are also abundant with all of these species doing very well in the area. This is a direct result of stringent vermin control measures.
Find Out More
For further information on game shooting at Drumlanrig please contact our managing partners Roxtons Field Sports.
Contact can be made direct to:
John Duncan (Director)
Roxtons Field Sports
25 High Street
Tel 01488 683222