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on any of my estates i shoot on we have to pay alot to shoot there/ shooting rights. the deer stalking alone is alot so think its a nice dream to get given the rights for free but????? theres all ways teaching i supose lol

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I hope his business wasnt as an english teacher or we are F***ked,

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: your right there mate :whistling:

You're almost right too :laugh:

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I hope his business wasnt as an english teacher or we are F***ked,

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: your right there mate :whistling:

You're almost right too :laugh:

 

haha nearly p1sssed myself!

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I know of land owners that pay for deer management and pest control of rabbits and other vermin as they are feed up of people saying they will do the rabbits and deer and they either turn up once a month and shoot a few rabbits or go around shooting the trophy head deer leaving the younger deer to thrash the plant life which do more damage then the larger deer and in turn weaken the gene pool too. Sorry if that sounding like how to suck eggs to the people in the know but I think you can have to much land.

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I showed my Mrs this thread cos I thought it was a giggle...she says you're all just men being little bitches...and I got in trouble for finding it funny. Cheers for that Terrie :hmm:

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I have plenty of land for shooting on if u interested in it deer rabbit anything u like it's up in the highlands Ddddderrrrr I mean heaven as u must be on a cloud ha ha I've have controled vermin for over 30 year and land is like rocking horse shit to get hold of il let u no when a space comes up in cuckoo land

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I showed my Mrs this thread cos I thought it was a giggle...she says you're all just men being little bitches...and I got in trouble for finding it funny. Cheers for that Terrie :hmm:

and the moral of that story is 'always think carefully before you show the wife anything'

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I know of land owners that pay for deer management and pest control of rabbits and other vermin as they are feed up of people saying they will do the rabbits and deer and they either turn up once a month and shoot a few rabbits or go around shooting the trophy head deer leaving the younger deer to thrash the plant life which do more damage then the larger deer and in turn weaken the gene pool too. Sorry if that sounding like how to suck eggs to the people in the know but I think you can have to much land.

 

Aswell as being a keeper, i have a pest control business and have clients that PAY me to cull their deer(fallow,roe and muntjack). Head or no head it gets killed at the request of the paying client although i must say i have alot of golds, silvers and bronzes in the shed including 2 in bleach as i type, a gold muntjack and a roe which should make a bronze/silver.

not only do i receive payment for culling, i also have to take the carcass :toast:

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I know of land owners that pay for deer management and pest control of rabbits and other vermin as they are feed up of people saying they will do the rabbits and deer and they either turn up once a month and shoot a few rabbits or go around shooting the trophy head deer leaving the younger deer to thrash the plant life which do more damage then the larger deer and in turn weaken the gene pool too. Sorry if that sounding like how to suck eggs to the people in the know but I think you can have to much land.

 

Aswell as being a keeper, i have a pest control business and have clients that PAY me to cull their deer(fallow,roe and muntjack). Head or no head it gets killed at the request of the paying client although i must say i have alot of golds, silvers and bronzes in the shed including 2 in bleach as i type, a gold muntjack and a roe which should make a bronze/silver.

not only do i receive payment for culling, i also have to take the carcass :toast:

The term 'jammy git' springs to mind

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I know of land owners that pay for deer management and pest control of rabbits and other vermin as they are feed up of people saying they will do the rabbits and deer and they either turn up once a month and shoot a few rabbits or go around shooting the trophy head deer leaving the younger deer to thrash the plant life which do more damage then the larger deer and in turn weaken the gene pool too. Sorry if that sounding like how to suck eggs to the people in the know but I think you can have to much land.

 

Aswell as being a keeper, i have a pest control business and have clients that PAY me to cull their deer(fallow,roe and muntjack). Head or no head it gets killed at the request of the paying client although i must say i have alot of golds, silvers and bronzes in the shed including 2 in bleach as i type, a gold muntjack and a roe which should make a bronze/silver.

not only do i receive payment for culling, i also have to take the carcass :toast:

The term 'jammy git' springs to mind

 

and very happy to springs to mind :D

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