Game & fish record book

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This beautifully produced large format journal is ideal for both game shooting and fishing records and has ample space for date, location, guns/rods, bag and comments . . .

. Illustrated with Rodger McPhail’s colour paintings of game and fish species, with full colour endpapers and a ribbon marker, this all-new design is an alternative to the more luxuriously bound Shooting Game Book.

"Memories of the field and riverbank are precious, and like all gems they deserve a rich setting. There could be a few better than this book, a perfect repository for those wonderful - and occasionally not so wonderful - days that enrich the sportsman's life. Rodger McPhail's illustrations are, as you would expect, superbly evocative and each page has ample space for the place, the people and the details of the day."
BASC Shooting and Conservation
"There can be no excuse for failing to keep all your sporting outings meticulously recorded with this beautiful new gamebook from Quiller Press. Intended for the all-round sportsman, the book is dotted about with illustrations of various types of quarry species by the well-known sporting artist Rodger McPhail and has ample space for date, location guns/rods, bag and comments. The book runs to 240 pages, so should have plenty of space for at least a couple of seasons' worth of excursions with rod and gun - unless, of course, you're John Humphreys."
Shooting Times

"Every page is illustrated with wildlife and sporting scenes by Rodger McPhail. With 240 pages this should last a season or two. Looking back over old fishing records and diaries brings forgotten days alive, and I'm not forced to record my blank days. A lovely gift!"
Fly-Fishing and Fly-Tying

"Many anglers like to shoot as well, so this record book would make an ideal Christmas present. Beautifully illustrated by renowned wildlife artist Rodger McPhail, the book has been specifically designed for both game shooting and fishing records, with plenty of space for details and comments. Those who keep detailed diaries attest to how valuable they can be when you look back to find what worked or didn't work in particular conditions or times."
Irish Angler