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DALES TRIP , last night

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That's a top class hall buy any standerds buy a 20 amp lithium Andy way the rabbit money light as a feather and stick it in a small rucksack you won't go wrong the blue halfxgrey of jack is really outstanding I won't be breading now don't need another il hopefully get another 6 or 7 years out these two and goodman tomo and co to was is 500 Pnd to the 1st 90 lol atb

 

after me and andy have put £40 fuel in the motor,, we aint got 500 pence left,, :cray: had to get a loaf of bread on the way back,, went in coop,, 87p,,, i had 86,,, had to get me debit card out :icon_redface: good job its got an overdrought, feck im skint :laugh:

 

Another good night lads sounds like you had a good craic ......

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Good night fellas and well done the dogs ye must have some dedication i would of jacked after the first hour :laugh:

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good night ,but lets be fair the rabbits cant be hard to catch where your running ,and how many did you run. nice bag all the same

 

When your running that amount mate it's not rocket science that you'll get some easy ones BUT also some hard ones too...some of the terrain is harsh infact very harsh and running on this imo at the least equals out the easy catches you may endure because it can and will take it's toll on a dog running up and down dale for 6 or 7 hours no matter what cross you have? JMO though. ATB Andy.

 

i know some rabbits are harder than others but ,they still cant be that hard ,not on a level with running on big wheat feilds where they hit the hedges full pace..i know you have seen alot of dogs run and ran loads yourself,what would an average run of the mill dogs catch on a decent night just a guess?

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do you mean what would an avrage lurcher catch up the dales??? or somewhere else sufolk poacher

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do you mean what would an avrage lurcher catch up the dales??? or somewhere else sufolk poacher

just mean an average lurcher nothing to special.cheers

no argument as agree you get out what you put in and you lads do put the time,effot,and miles

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all i can say is that there is a few folk on here who could vouch on how harsh the terrain is.. if your dog could hack a full night shift running rabbits up & down steep slopes, then you would have a decent night :thumbs:

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well i belive any lurcher thats FIT should be able to put 20 rabbits in the bag on a good windy night with plenty of rabbits to go at... :thumbs:

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Tomo , to stop at 90 i wouldnt of belived that of you mate.

Only 10 more for that magic Ton.

Welldone anyways.

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well i belive any lurcher thats FIT should be able to put 20 rabbits in the bag on a good windy night with plenty of rabbits to go at... :thumbs:

being fit is key for them hills then,20 still ant a bad score at all ,

just out of interest do you see many foxes where you go,cheers

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part of me didnt want to max,,, the dogs were fine, but it was 6 am and we had to hang them on the gate yet,,, we left there at 6.40 am,,,,,,, i was asleep in a car park at 7am :laugh:

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