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karl p

10ft dig

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Good Dig.

 

God Bless and save us 10' if you boys ever find yourselves out of work im sure you will find plenty of oppertunitys in the heritage old battlefield site digs. All the best.

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WELL DONE YOU'S AND THE TERRIER, LOOKS ALOT HARDER THEN WHAT WE HAD OTHER WK, WE DUG 9FT AFTER A FOX WAS RUN TO GROUND, WELL I SAY GROUND, IT WAS A BIG MOUND OF TOP SOIL THAT HAD BEEN DUMPED THAT OLD CHARLIE HAD MADE HIS HOME IN, IT WAS A PEACE OF PISS TO DIG, ONCE AGAIN WELL DONE, ATB

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it was a big set we was getting reading at 170 foot from we was stood a big embankment at the side on the mersey! the dog bottled it up under the tree so we had to go in from the side :thumbs:

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well done mate great stuff. most people wouldent dig that far lol. all i can say is your keen. :thumbs: :thumbs:

really? if my dogs down 200ft i am sure as dam it gonna try and reach him!

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well done mate great stuff. most people wouldent dig that far lol. all i can say is your keen. :thumbs: :thumbs:

Foxing machine thats a sort of silly statement,what would people do,leave the dog down there,put the dog in its up to you to dig it back out,good dig by the way,well done.

he's just like you then! sat at a computer chatting shite about digging are you going get some pics up this season!!! I only read this forum and never post but i just cant help myself.

Bushtucker,i dig my dogs no matter what dept they go,after all its up to you to get them back out safely after they have done a job for you,as for pics i have said before i dont do em,never have.

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