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Apr 26 2011 02:02 pm | IanB in News
Any members wishing to try there hand at writing some hunting articles are more than welcome, we have the facility to add articles and images which may be of interest to the forum members, they can then interact with positive feedback and questions rel...
Nov 05 2013 09:52 pm | Mr Muddy in Trapping & Snaring
If you’ve been drawn to this site through a love of guns or dogs you might find a passion for trapping a bit eccentric, or even a bit bizarre. So please allow me, if you will, a couple of hundred words to try and explain just how important traps are in the greater scheme of things. I hope I’ll convince you, and maybe even convert you.
Mar 27 2013 03:45 pm | hyperion in Shooting
First off I would like to say a massive thank you to my good friend Mr M for giving me the chance to shoot my first ever deer (and for the ham sandwhich) and also to Ben who was my guide for the day for his patience and utter determination through out the day (We ain't going back with out a deer mush).
Jun 07 2012 10:40 pm | Yokel Matt in Shooting
Popped out the other day before the silage had been cut to assess the deer movement at a small patch near me which can hold some surprisingly good bucks when you strike it lucky. I've found the window of opportunity is quite narrow here as you'...
May 18 2012 01:45 pm | milegajo in Hunting & Country Life
The ego, with it's insatiable appetite for more, compelled Man to vanquish all those who would dare threaten him. Their predatory prowess, perceived as a challenge and an affront to his own. The conquering of them, to this day, held as a symbol of...
Apr 22 2012 09:03 pm | Yokel Matt in Shooting
I was in the highseat for 5am on Saturday at my small patch of ground down in Dorset. The priority of the weekend was rabbit netting & snaring but having said that it would be a shame not to get in the woods for a little of stalking and a dose the good stuff - crisp morning air, dawn woodland bird song and the sweet aroma of douglas fir. The gloom of dawn gradually gave way to daylight and as usual with any highseat shooting whilst scanning vigilantly stopped me getting board I got restless to get up and move about.