With access to premier shooting, some of the finest fly fishing, and thousands of acres of prime stalking across the home counties, the Glorious Game Sporting Co. can meet all your sporting needs from one season to the next. 

From April to October, Glorious Game provide exceptional fishing on the Test, Itchen, Anton & Kennet. From August through to February we organise pegs on outstanding shoots. We can also arrange exciting stalking for you all year round. We work on our client's behalf to ensure that all that the day works like clockwork while our clients are able to relax and enjoy their day. (Having a full-time member of our staff accompany the team on the day is one of the things that our clients pay for.)

But here is a four point primer to explain why our clients choose us to be their countryside concierge: 

1. We only work with estates we know are first class and those we would (and do) take our own guests to.

Over 70 years of collective experience organising days on the riverbank & in the field means that we can tailor a day to suit your needs and meet your budget. Many of our locations aren't available on the open market.  And while all our locations are special, you will never be sent on a day that is not right for you just because it is on our books.

2. You will always receive a warm, unstuffy welcome, from a team who will do everything possible to ensure you have a day to lead the field.

No request is too big or too small; our polite, trustworthy, friendly team can arrange accommodation, long lunches in front of log fires, pre-shoot dinners and decadent picnics. We'll deliver guns, meet private jets, organise loaders, tie fishing flies, and find lost belongings. 

3. We are known for working to exceed expectations - one reason why our days have featured in national press.

We care a great deal about our clients, and have built the firm in a way that ensures that you are put first - for example - we employ our own full-time guides and shoot agents.

4. We invest at least 5% of our profits supporting rural communities in need or helping disadvantaged groups get into the countryside. 

We are all evangelical about introducing new people to country sports, and conserving the habitats that we rely upon.  Our love of wild places demands participation in the fight to save them. In fact, that's just one of the reasons we support the Country Food Trust, and our own social enterprise, Fishing for Health.