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#61 lightning123

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 10:08 am

not the way to work dogs and definatly not good for the site.
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 10:32 am

Moll you have a good eye for a nice photograph :yes:

That dog does look a handfull :laugh:
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 10:53 am

What happened to live and let live? Moll has gone to the trouble of posting a good write up and some really nice pictures of legal rabbiting. Whether its your cup of tea or not shes gone to the effort and its 100% better than the usual old dross posted here. This site used to be full of decent write ups by people like Moll but fewer and fewer bother as no sooner is it posted then all the hangers on who never post anything of interest are waiting to shoot them down.

If anyone feels they can put up a write up as good showing the way they do it different then crack on, surely that would bebetter than anonymously sniping without ever bothering to put anything up yourselves?

Well done Moll! Looks a bit chaotic I'll grant you but sometimes its good to have a day like that. Keep the write ups coming and dont get put off by the naysayers.
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 10:57 am

Great set of pic's Moll . . . Don't bother keep explaining what , why and where to some of the Cock's on here it's just a waste of your time ! !
Just carry on taking the time to put up great post's :yes:

Love the few shot's of Boo and the brindle bitch on a rabbit, where it turn's and Boo carry's on . . . "See Ya" :D
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:00 am

could [BANNED TEXT] a [BANNED TEXT] few tyla an dfrom here and over by in usa all truth blood anfd guts mate ,had the odd day like that with freinds but does my head in if i have pups 2 , you need dogs all that no the score and do there own thing ,my idea offerreting one dog on one side of hedgw other dog on other side me working the warrens good crack, last time i had a few dogs me chipper nell , tyne my dog , a pal of his with a big furry lurcher wasnt bad they liked the dtyle of my dog and i enjoyed little nell as she was only apup maybe nine months that was on high ground on chips mountain ,

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:05 am

looks like a good day out ;) is the blue and white dog a whippet ??

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:09 am

I dont like to put negative posts up so sorry in advance n moll n millit seem like decent folk but i agree these kind of photo's will not do us any favours, dont think id have my permission to much longer if farmers saw that carry on, i never run more than 1 dog on a rabbit let alone 4 :icon_eek:, this does look bad and amateurish, 4 dogs on 1 rabbit lol im proper surprised n cant get my head round it n all them dogs just balloonin about would drive me nuts..nice dogs tho ;)
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:18 am

the thought of running lots of dogs together would worry me but they your dogs so its your call , great pics glad you had fun :thumbs:

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:21 am

could [BANNED TEXT] a [BANNED TEXT] few tyla an dfrom here and over by in usa all truth blood anfd guts mate ,had the odd day like that with freinds but does my head in if i have pups 2 , you need dogs all that no the score and do there own thing ,my idea offerreting one dog on one side of hedgw other dog on other side me working the warrens good crack, last time i had a few dogs me chipper nell , tyne my dog , a pal of his with a big furry lurcher wasnt bad they liked the dtyle of my dog and i enjoyed little nell as she was only apup maybe nine months that was on high ground on chips mountain ,


I think i agree with you whin. Im assuming your saying you've had a few days out like that which are fun, unless you have pups with you, but you usually prefer a couple of dogs at a time?

It would be nice to see a few of your tales from overseas and here, I can see why you dont post though. Loose lips etc etc
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:24 am

It is not as chaotic as it seems to portray to folks by the photos. I dont see it like that, probably because i am there and know the before/afters etc.
People seem to think (those that have never done this style of mooching) that it is a pack out hysterical out of control dogs running everywhere. Far from it.
A rabbit gets up, some of the dogs take chase, it gets caught or gets away....as quick and simple as that.

As for posts like these making the forum/sport look bad....i really dont get it, it is only a few dogs chasing a rabbit, it is not as if it is being torn limb from limb. Should nature documentaries with packs of wolves, lions etc hunting not be shown on tv next! where the beagle packs after hares any different?

All i can add is, if you have never done this style of hunting with these types of dogs then you will never get what it was actually like, trained, well behaved dogs all focused on the job. :thumbs:

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:25 am

Moll, forget trying to explain he isn't getting it. It was a great day out (yeah i'm the dick folowing the little staffy/whippet into walls), fantastic in fact. For all the negitive ones who decided to cooment, yeah i agree there were far, far too many dogs if i was on for a serious day going for numbers. It wasn't a day to be all quiet, focused and honing the dogs ferreting skills. We had a walk around some fields with some mates and their dogs. Some got up and caught, most were found by the staffy cross and then taken from the walls. So some of you need stop moaning away and get out with your dogs and show some posts of your own.

And as for none of the dogs not retrieving.....shut the f~ck up. 99% of the time i take my hunting seriously, so mine have to do it.


She is quiet today....i think she might be pining for you :wub:

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:27 am

It was a great day out from the great scenery to the good company to the great craic,
You cant beat a mooch with the dogs!
Thank to Russ for the invite, was great to meet you Moll and Millet its (Jimmy by the way Milliet) seen as your name skills on not very good http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
Thanks Moll for the great Pics and the tuna suprise!
And not to leave you out Derbylad1 thanks for letting me walk back up the hillside to look for your watch you meathead http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

And brilliant to meet you and your lovely little pack Jimmy. You are going to have years of fun with that little terrier :thumbs:

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:28 am

Moll you have a good eye for a nice photograph http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

That dog does look a handfull http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...


Thank you Josy. She is a driven little dog, no pain threshold, and no off button :laugh:

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:28 am

cracking photos moll :thumbs:
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Posted 15 January 2012 - 11:29 am

What happened to live and let live? Moll has gone to the trouble of posting a good write up and some really nice pictures of legal rabbiting. Whether its your cup of tea or not shes gone to the effort and its 100% better than the usual old dross posted here. This site used to be full of decent write ups by people like Moll but fewer and fewer bother as no sooner is it posted then all the hangers on who never post anything of interest are waiting to shoot them down.

If anyone feels they can put up a write up as good showing the way they do it different then crack on, surely that would bebetter than anonymously sniping without ever bothering to put anything up yourselves?

Well done Moll! Looks a bit chaotic I'll grant you but sometimes its good to have a day like that. Keep the write ups coming and dont get put off by the naysayers.


It took over 3hrs to do that post Tyla...i must be worse than mad :D
Thank you very much ;)


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