Foxing Equipment

There will be some pages here about the equipment I use (when I’ve written them). In the meantime, here’s a short clip of what a pony looks like through a thermal imager:

6 thoughts on “Foxing Equipment”

  1. I recently purchased your book “Foxer’s Year”…I wanted to say I found it a very impressive read. I am a varmint hunter, in Texas, and not only enjoyed the read…Learned some tactics I will try here for our coyotes.

    In conclusion I would like to add that I (for one) would like to see more technical content to your work. I am trying to learn and become educated on NV gear, equipment, what to use and what not to use, and a brilliant writer with your experience would be a wealth of knowledge to use beginners. So, please consider the hardware side of the equation, and share your knowledge of gear with all of us! ~ Thank you so much ~ Good luck!

    1. Thank you for your kind words! With regard to writing about the technical side of the equipment – I’ve tried many times to interest the publishers in my producing just such a book, but sadly there is no interest from them.

  2. Hello,
    Would you be able to recommend night vision monocular for spotting foxes? Price range up to £600.

    Thank you


    1. Hi David,
      Thanks for your interest – sorry for the late reply – my hosting package wouldn’t accept my usual password, so I had to wait for a replacement!

      Anyway – I’m afraid that I know next to nothing about equipment in the £600 range. There is a lot of budget kit on the market these days, so I’d advise that you try to find someone doing NV demonstrations in your area and have a look through some devices until you find something that you can live with. Good luck!

  3. When you’ve written these pages – I very much look forward to reading them. In the meantime – I credit you with your attention to detail which I’d not appreciated was anything like so important!

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