Boxair won’t roast your nuts this Christmas!

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Guys, and girls if you are buying for your man, have you considered the health benefits when choosing underwear? The right sort of underwear could act as a natural male fertility aid and promote sperm health.

A 2012/2013 study of 2,500 men, the biggest of its kind in the UK, revealed the single biggest risk to men’s fertility was the tightness of their pants. Tight fitting underwear increases heat around the testicles, and heat impacts on the body’s ability to make sperm.

 “The theory is that with a cooler environment, the testicles can work effectively to produce sperm.” said Professor Allan Pacey, MBE, a male fertility expert at Sheffield University.

Hillman have launched a hunting underwear range Boxair® developed by professional athletes and designed for hunters. Made from pioneering materials, they cool and distance the testicles from the body, providing ideal conditions to protect men’s fertility.

If you are stalking and shooting during the colder autumn and winter months, you’ll need layers of warm clothing and waterproofs to stay warm and dry. Professor Pacey said, “The sperm quality of active men is generally better than that of sedentary men, however, tight layers clothing could impact on testicle health by increasing their temperature and risk damaging the production of sperm.”

Hillman’s Boxair® underwear will keep your crown jewels in a protective environment while you are out hunting, and help look after your fertility.

Hillman Boxair® underwear for men, are available in medium to XXL, and black, white and brown. You can order online from www.venatorpro.com website.

Hillman Boxair® range available in the UK, from Venatorpro.

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No more sexist dinosaurs in country-sports

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It’s great to see women of all ages shooting, fishing, deerstalking, working their gundogs or bringing deer down from the hill with their highland ponies. Of course, the female of the species is no stranger to fieldsports; in Roman Mythology Diana is the Goddess of the hunt and wild animals, Anne Boleyn was a skilled Archer and Queen Victoria, though not a stalker, accompanied Albert on umpteen stalks. Victoria’s passionate writing about stalking in Scotland helped change the stuffy Victorian attitudes to something much more positive so that Londoners came in droves to enjoy Scottish fieldsports.

Other ladies earned their place in the history books like Angler, Georgina Ballantyne, with her record breaking salmon, the legendary Sharpshooter, Annie Oakley, who was trapping, shooting and hunting game before she was ten years old and went on to become an international shooting star.

When I was growing up, and going to shoots and gundog tests with my daddawn_roe_doe_stalk_linda_mellor, there would be very few women involved. Nowadays, as many women as men work their dogs on shoots, they beat and pick-up, you’ll see them in the shooting line, or enjoying blasting the targets at the clay grounds or fishing the rivers and lochs. Other ladies prefer deer stalking, and some of us, love all country sports. Earlier this year, I stalked and shot my first Roe Buck with Stalker Kenneth Larsen from Venator Pro; it was a great experience, and I went into the stalk, well-prepared and confident in my rifle shooting thanks to Kenneth’s professionalism. He treated me as an equal, I felt good about the entire process, it gave me a sense of achievement, and a new skill to improve upon. Continue reading →

Kick-off the wildfowling season with this Hillman Holster Pack!

murray_glass_hillman_gun_slip_edited-1Venator Pro customer Murray from Dunbar was out wildfowling this morning and using his Hillman Holster Pack in camo. The Wildfowling season in Scotland opened today, 1st September, and Murray had a very successful start.

Buy the Hillman Holster Pack online from Venator Pro.

From BASC website: Wildfowling seasons (All dates are inclusive) England, Wales and Scotland 1 September – 31 January – Above the mean high water mark. England, Wales and Scotland 1 September – 20 February – Below the Mean High Water mark. Note that duck and goose species can only be shot, below Mean High Water, after 31 January.

Great deals on t-shirts!

Grab a bargain while you can! The fantastic quality Gamewear shirts are on sale at reduced prices.

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Visit Venator Pro website to order.

Want to find out more about Roe Deer Stalking in Scotland?

An introduction to Roe deer stalking

Deer stalking is a popular country sport, especially here in Scotland as we have a large and thriving deer population.

If you are curious about deer stalking and would like to give it a go, you should make contact with a qualified, professional deer stalker who provide a beginners course in deer stalking. Venator offers a comprehensive introduction to deer stalking lead by MD, Kenneth Larson, a qualified and experienced stalker.

Deer stalking is done on the open hill or lowland/woodland. One of the most exciting species to stalk is the Roe deer, and as a stalk takes around three hours, it is an ideal introduction for the novice. Stalking takes place in the morning or evening, and typically on foot over the land managed by the stalker or sometimes from a high seat; a strategically positioned elevated seat located in an area known for deer activity. Stalking into deer will be one of the most thrilling outdoor experiences you are likely to have as opens up a previously dormant awareness of your surroundings. Your senses are heightened as you read the landscape for signs of deer. The stalk progresses, you move quietly, listening out for sounds and using binoculars to scan the area for movement. Talking in whispers, so you remain undetected as you stalk your quarry.

Professional stalkers like Kenneth have an enviable fieldcraft earned through years of stalking and understanding their quarry’s habits and habitat. He will share his knowledge and create opportunities for you to broaden yours.

Before you commence the stalk, you will first have to demonstrate your ability to shoot accurately with a rifle. Hunting large animals comes with a high degree of responsibility, so it is imperative you understand the importance of safety and animal welfare. A rifle will be provided, and you will be taught how to shoot at a deer-sized target.

The stalk starts right from the moment you leave your vehicle, so close your cavenator-_pro_images_smaller.jpgr door quietly, and be on the lookout for deer. Kenneth will lead the stalk. You may walk for a number of miles searching for deer, or find a small group less than a field away, as with all nature, there are no guarantees of seeing anything. Once a deer has been spotted, Kenneth will make sure you are in a position from where a safe shot can be taken and support you through the process. The beast will be gralloched (removing the innards) then taken to the larder where it will be butchered.

Information

The Professional Deer Stalker: http://www.venatorpro.com/teammember/kenneth-larsen/

How to book:

To find out more and to book deer stalking with Venator visit www.venatorpro.com

What to wear:

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Hillman novel trousers

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Roe deer stalking season, Scotland

Buck Apr 1 – Oct 20

Doe 21 – Mar 31