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#46 bell

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 01:56 pm

You'd be surised what ive seen Judgie, once got pinnned to a picnic bench by an Elk :icon_eek:

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 02:02 pm

take an elkhound. i would come hunting if i was down devon. i got a crackin elkhound, no elk here, but she can hold a bull in one spot and never use her teeth.

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 02:27 pm

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Thanks for putting that to bed for us Ned. There are some real, know it all twats on this site that know f**k all. I have been hunting with pigdogs and spoke to him at length and he really knows his stuff. I may give you a shout next time i'm in Brisbane. How long would it take to get to you from Surfers? Please keep up the good work and keep posting interesting, great quality stuff. Kylehttp://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

well said mate, I find it hard to belive some folk can argue blindly about something the know jack shit about, this sites full of em.

keep up the good work lads. All The Best DnN :thumbs:

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:12 pm


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Thanks for putting that to bed for us Ned. There are some real, know it all twats on this site that know f**k all. I have been hunting with pigdogs and spoke to him at length and he really knows his stuff. I may give you a shout next time i'm in Brisbane. How long would it take to get to you from Surfers? Please keep up the good work and keep posting interesting, great quality stuff. Kylehttp://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

well said mate, I find it hard to belive some folk can argue blindly about something the know jack shit about, this sites full of em.

keep up the good work lads. All The Best DnN http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thank you DnN. It's such a shame how the Idiot minority on this site ruin it for all the good people. Perhaps if we all stand together against these Retards, they may go away. KylePosted Image

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:34 pm



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Thanks for putting that to bed for us Ned. There are some real, know it all twats on this site that know f**k all. I have been hunting with pigdogs and spoke to him at length and he really knows his stuff. I may give you a shout next time i'm in Brisbane. How long would it take to get to you from Surfers? Please keep up the good work and keep posting interesting, great quality stuff. Kylehttp://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

well said mate, I find it hard to belive some folk can argue blindly about something the know jack shit about, this sites full of em.

keep up the good work lads. All The Best DnN http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thank you DnN. It's such a shame how the Idiot minority on this site ruin it for all the good people. Perhaps if we all stand together against these Retards, they may go away. Kylehttp://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
look at you two hard b*****ds behind computor screen. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Posted 23 July 2010 - 09:52 am

:no: nothing hard about it, you havent a clue what your talking about, yet you come on the thread telling experienced people what they can and cant do... maybe you can learn something from this? Maybe not :doh:

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Posted 27 July 2010 - 02:29 pm

http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub... nothing hard about it, you havent a clue what your talking about, yet you come on the thread telling experienced people what they can and cant do... maybe you can learn something from this? Maybe not http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

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Posted 28 July 2010 - 10:12 am

I'm not really interested in all the bullshit here I think maybe some people may need to pull there heads in.


I don't hunt dogs like this its not my style but shows it can be done

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Posted 28 July 2010 - 10:45 am

My good mate was out walking his terriers when they took off after a group of wild boar, when he eventually found them they had a big male pinned in the corner of a deer fence, it was held at bay grunting and charging and he said it flicked a couple into the air spinning for about 8 yards! he couldnt do nothing, apart from run back to his jeep, drive home, get his gun, drive back, run back through the woods! He was very supprised to find them in the same spot, though he was only 20 mins or something, he shot the boar, and the dogs were ok, a few small tears to stitch up, but not as bad as he thought it was going to be. Ive seen pics of the boar, and it was a good'un just shy of 200KG, held at bay by 4 yapping terriers :gunsmilie:

Since then, he has had many of these encounters, but he uses spaniel/beagle/terrier crosses that wil flush them or hold at bay.

@ JUDGE : Of course a collie type can be used to bay up a wild boar, they will bark and harass the boar, and keep it pinned, they are not the sort of dog to take a hold and get smashed, if the boar charges, they would get out the way, but be straight back to nip its ankles if it tries to do one!

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Posted 28 July 2010 - 11:54 pm

My good mate was out walking his terriers when they took off after a group of wild boar, when he eventually found them they had a big male pinned in the corner of a deer fence, it was held at bay grunting and charging and he said it flicked a couple into the air spinning for about 8 yards! he couldnt do nothing, apart from run back to his jeep, drive home, get his gun, drive back, run back through the woods! He was very supprised to find them in the same spot, though he was only 20 mins or something, he shot the boar, and the dogs were ok, a few small tears to stitch up, but not as bad as he thought it was going to be. Ive seen pics of the boar, and it was a good'un just shy of 200KG, held at bay by 4 yapping terriers http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Since then, he has had many of these encounters, but he uses spaniel/beagle/terrier crosses that wil flush them or hold at bay.

@ JUDGE : Of course a collie type can be used to bay up a wild boar, they will bark and harass the boar, and keep it pinned, they are not the sort of dog to take a hold and get smashed, if the boar charges, they would get out the way, but be straight back to nip its ankles if it tries to do one!

Nice post Halty Lad. Hey Judge; You have put up over 800 posts in four months. What sort of know it all c**t are you? Perhaps you should stop posting and do some reading. I am bored of seeing your name. Try going to the pub and boring them instead. Silly boy. Kyle
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Posted 29 July 2010 - 10:52 am

GUYS ALL THIS HATING IS IT REALLY WHAT THIS SITE IS FOR????
IV NOT BEEN ON HERE LONG N AM NOT OF A HIGH STATUS ON HERE BUT I DO HUNT WHEN AND WHERE EVER I GET A LEGAL CHANCE TO. I CAME ON HERE TO MAKE FRIENDS DO NEW THINGS AND HUNT NEW PLACES. IV MADE ONE GOOD FRIEND, BUT IV SEEN LOTS OF HATING, BEEN ACCUSED OF WANTING TO HUNT WITH MY DOGS!

WE HAVE OUR OWN WAY OF HUNTING, AND JUST BECAUSE ONE OF US DON'T OR CAN'T IS TO SAY THAT ITS THE SAME FOR ALL???

LETS ALL REMEMBER WE ARE ON HERE COZ WE LIKE TO HUNT NOT TO ARGUE , SO LETS TALK ABOUT HUNTING AND GOOD THINGS WE DO NOT THE SLAGGING MATCH I KNOW WHAT IV SEEN N WHAT I CAN DO BUT I DONT WISH TO TAKE SIDES.

#57 Lab

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 12:27 pm

I'm not really interested in all the bullshit here I think maybe some people may need to pull there heads in.


I don't hunt dogs like this its not my style but shows it can be done

Takes a chance with some of they shots dont they, very close to the dogs when the trigger is pulled.

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 06:52 pm

If you move the dogs away the pig will run. most pigs get bailed in very tight scrub, people wont shoot if they dont know where their dogs are and most guys wont let someone else shoot a pig bailed by their dogs, it takes a lot of time and money to get a dog going well.
Generally guys who run bailers use a rifle with a big slow bullet so it wont exit, the .357 and .44 mag are popular so is the .30-30.
A lot of guys including me run holders which hold the pigs ears or head until you tip it over and stick it, its good fun and way easyer than carrying a rifle around the place

#59 Lab

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Posted 29 July 2010 - 08:09 pm

If you move the dogs away the pig will run. most pigs get bailed in very tight scrub, people wont shoot if they dont know where their dogs are and most guys wont let someone else shoot a pig bailed by their dogs, it takes a lot of time and money to get a dog going well.
Generally guys who run bailers use a rifle with a big slow bullet so it wont exit, the .357 and .44 mag are popular so is the .30-30.
A lot of guys including me run holders which hold the pigs ears or head until you tip it over and stick it, its good fun and way easyer than carrying a rifle around the place

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Posted 31 July 2010 - 08:05 pm


My good mate was out walking his terriers when they took off after a group of wild boar, when he eventually found them they had a big male pinned in the corner of a deer fence, it was held at bay grunting and charging and he said it flicked a couple into the air spinning for about 8 yards! he couldnt do nothing, apart from run back to his jeep, drive home, get his gun, drive back, run back through the woods! He was very supprised to find them in the same spot, though he was only 20 mins or something, he shot the boar, and the dogs were ok, a few small tears to stitch up, but not as bad as he thought it was going to be. Ive seen pics of the boar, and it was a good'un just shy of 200KG, held at bay by 4 yapping terriers http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Since then, he has had many of these encounters, but he uses spaniel/beagle/terrier crosses that wil flush them or hold at bay.

@ JUDGE : Of course a collie type can be used to bay up a wild boar, they will bark and harass the boar, and keep it pinned, they are not the sort of dog to take a hold and get smashed, if the boar charges, they would get out the way, but be straight back to nip its ankles if it tries to do one!

Nice post Halty Lad. Hey Judge; You have put up over 800 posts in four months. What sort of know it all c**t are you? Perhaps you should stop posting and do some reading. I am bored of seeing your name. Try going to the pub and boring them instead. Silly boy. Kyle

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sad c**t arguing on internet. bet your wifes happy. :thumbs:




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