Driven pigeon shooting in South Africa 2023
If you want your Shooting ability’s to be tested, the Grey Grouse of Africa offers the ultimate audition.
The most challenging wild pigeon shooting in the world is unequivocally “The Grey Grouse of Africa.” Imagine grouse on steroids and you have the South African rock pigeon. Four Season’s Pigeon Shooting in South Africa has arranged a fantastic Wing-shooter’s opportunity! Offering sporting Pigeon shooting in South Africa, with the seventh client in each group going for free: packages for March & April 2023 – with Four Season’s in South Africa guided Pigeon Shooting. With twenty-three seasons of South African pigeon shooting experience, working around Bloemfontein and the Free State.
The Free State of South Africa has become famous for its challenging driven Pigeon shooting, known as “The African Grey Grouse”
Driven pigeon shooting in South Africa, has long been known as the world’s hardest driven pigeon shooting!!!
Driven pigeons along with collared doves fly into these sunflower, Sorghum, and maize fields, with well over one hundred thousand Rock pigeons and doves using these arable areas twice daily: Morning flights start just after first light, lasting ninety minutes: Afternoon driven pigeon shooting in South Africa starts around midday, lasting four hours, with enthusiastic younger clients firing over one thousand cartridges throughout the morning & afternoon daily driven pigeon flights.
“The Grey Grouse of Africa” as it is now being referred to in Europe; because of their speed & flying agility, testing any sportsman’s shooting skill set: The Grey Grouse of Africa (Rock pigeons) fly in packs very similar to its English and Scottish counterpart, “The Red Grouse.” Whereas large flocks of rock pigeon fly in a wing-like formation, up to 150 birds strong! smaller packs of rock pigeons fly in a more raft-like style pack.
“The Grey Grouse of Africa,” AKA, (The rock pigeon), whilst feeding will avoid trees! Finding comfort with open areas devoid of landmarks. Rock pigeons will pillage sunflower fields nearest to their roosts first, decimating each field before moving to the next ripening sunflower block.