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#1 The Seeker

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 10:12 pm

Can't wait for the 1st Sept

We'll make our annual pilgrimage down to the wash on the 31st have a couple of tins near the bank side and wait for dawn to get out into the creeks.

This year is especially good a I will be taking my 13 month springer with me for the 1st time. He's come on great over the last few months so can't wait for him to experience it just hope I get a mallard for him to retrieve! :laugh:

Warm barrels to all for this coming season. :yes:

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 11:09 pm

Can't wait for the 1st Sept

We'll make our annual pilgrimage down to the wash on the 31st have a couple of tins near the bank side and wait for dawn to get out into the creeks.

This year is especially good a I will be taking my 13 month springer with me for the 1st time. He's come on great over the last few months so can't wait for him to experience it just hope I get a mallard for him to retrieve! http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

Warm barrels to all for this coming season. http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 12:12 am

i'm thinking of getting to the foreshore with my lad [he's 7] early in the season before proper fowling weather comes in to keep him keen. so looking forward to getting out on either 1st or maybe 2nd. altho later in the season and the cries of wink wink is when i really get fowling fever.
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#4 jimfooter

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 03:46 am

barraboy you are taking your seven year old son to go and watch you and other people kill poor defenceless ducks who have done you no harm at all, is that really a good thing for a small boy to see. Most parents would be taken their children to the park to feed the ducks and teach them to love wildlife not destoy it, you are a evil human being who should be ashamed of himself but you have no feelings so will not care. I hope your son grows up into an animal lover which you clearly are not.

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 04:37 am

Oh dear, welcome to the forum jim (?). A classic first and only post I am guessing before your next name change

Get the feeling you have just dropped into a subject you know nothing about at 5.00am after a couple of shandies. I guess there will be plenty of replies to your comments so before the barrage can I recommend you look at a couple of videos on youtube from BASC and Gloucestershire Wildfowlers. These show the conservation and land management that is used (and required) to ensure the return and survival of many species (not just wildfowl).
Can i also recommend that you at least have an understanding of a subject or are willing to understand it before posting in a public forum. You comments have achieved nothing apart from revealing from the start what an ignorant cock you are.
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#6 leslie harold gedge

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 08:02 am

i think your comments will not be mead welcome on our shooting site.i personaly cant wait for my granson to start comming with me like his dad and uncle les did no room for poaple like you on here.move on

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 08:43 am

Beware of the antis Lads ;) he probably eats meat like the rest of us :laugh: the worlds full of hypocrites my next door neighbours one she said i was sick what i do but she eats meat :laugh:

#8 The Seeker

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 08:43 am

barraboy you are taking your seven year old son to go and watch you and other people kill poor defenceless ducks who have done you no harm at all, is that really a good thing for a small boy to see. Most parents would be taken their children to the park to feed the ducks and teach them to love wildlife not destoy it, you are a evil human being who should be ashamed of himself but you have no feelings so will not care. I hope your son grows up into an animal lover which you clearly are not.


I know what your saying about them poor defenceless ducks but boy do they taste good with orange sauce :laugh: :laugh:

Now run along school starts soon :yes:

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 10:15 am

Seeker, you are a disgrace and a heathen, a blight on the landscape!!

Orange sauce????

Marmalade and chilli, thats what you want with your duck.....mmmmmmm
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#10 barraboy

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 11:24 am

ah well cant please everyone, no doubt while jim was sat typing away at his computer this summer. me an the boy have spent out time helping the club construct and site nest boxes on the marsh reserve, clear out flashes to improve habitat on the reserves, and if its a really harsh winter will also participate in the clubs reserve feeding programme. ah well i forget all wildfowling clubs are interested in is killing stuff. and i hope he grows up to be an animal lover too like most shooters i know. banned i know but still felt a need to reply :bye:

oh one last thing:

barraboy you are taking your seven year old son to go and watch you and other people kill poor defenceless ducks who have done you no harm at all,


i think there's a degree of confusion here...other people? err no the likely scenario is me the boy and the dog on our own, sat in a gutter, watching the sunrise, having a wee chat, watching waders, and maybe the odd duck at a distance, not lifting the gun, not firing a shot, fingers crossed it'll be different but..... ;)

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Posted 21 August 2012 - 10:54 pm

ya must be on the wrong site lad bye bye. my wee lad is 6 he comes and feeds the ducks at the parks and also comes and feeds the ducks at my ponds , and he helps me pluck and eat them. he knows were eggs come from and thinks KFC take his granda,s chickens lol
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Posted 22 August 2012 - 03:42 am

I agree with what jimfooter has said and think it is shocking to take a young boy out to watch killing of poor defenceless ducks, jim is a good man and loves animals and birds.

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 05:51 am

I agree with what jimfooter has said and think it is shocking to take a young boy out to watch killing of poor defenceless ducks, jim is a good man and loves animals and birds.


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Posted 22 August 2012 - 06:07 am

:laugh: :laugh: why the fcuk sign up to a hunting site and moan you fcukin idiot kill everything thats moves within reason :boogy: :boogy: happy hunting lads :thumbs:

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 06:36 am

I agree with what jimfooter has said and think it is shocking to take a young boy out to watch killing of poor defenceless ducks, jim is a good man and loves animals and birds.

we love animals too but if you knew what you were talking about you would realise they need controlling hope you think of that next time a deer runs in the road and sticks its head through your windscreen :boogy: .maybe we shouldnt live in houses and build on there land :icon_eek:




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