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#16 just jack

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 10:46 pm

A big Larsen trap.....with a cat in one side....

and dumped and let loose in  bradford  :whistling:


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Posted 01 November 2013 - 10:49 pm

Yeah its all legel its got a ring on its been an escapee for about 2 n half yr now just stays in this area mostly been sighted in the nature reserve 5 min from my house but this is the forst time iv seen it since its bin here. Yeah its attacked lots of locals in the area. Mainly joggers at night. But keeps poppin up in gardens looking for cats. If you stand up to it it charges you lol mean fuka.

a plastic dustbin will soon solve that, thats how i used to catch mine lol when there all fluffed up and hissing they're vulnerable to a dustbin attack  :laugh:  :laugh:
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I must be dumb as fick i didn quite get that lol explain ?? :s

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 05:49 am

 

 

 

Yeah its all legel its got a ring on its been an escapee for about 2 n half yr now just stays in this area mostly been sighted in the nature reserve 5 min from my house but this is the forst time iv seen it since its bin here. Yeah its attacked lots of locals in the area. Mainly joggers at night. But keeps poppin up in gardens looking for cats. If you stand up to it it charges you lol mean fuka.

a plastic dustbin will soon solve that, thats how i used to catch mine lol when there all fluffed up and hissing they're vulnerable to a dustbin attack  :laugh:  :laugh:
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

I must be dumb as fick i didn quite get that lol explain ?? :s

 

simple. stand your ground and just drop and empty plastic dustbin over it when its close enough :yes:  



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 06:45 am

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Yeah its all legel its got a ring on its been an escapee for about 2 n half yr now just stays in this area mostly been sighted in the nature reserve 5 min from my house but this is the forst time iv seen it since its bin here. Yeah its attacked lots of locals in the area. Mainly joggers at night. But keeps poppin up in gardens looking for cats. If you stand up to it it charges you lol mean fuka.

a plastic dustbin will soon solve that, thats how i used to catch mine lol when there all fluffed up and hissing they're vulnerable to a dustbin attack  :laugh:  :laugh:
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I must be dumb as fick i didn quite get that lol explain ?? :s
simple. stand your ground and just drop and empty plastic dustbin over it when its close enough :yes:
Haha

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 08:25 am

Stupid uneducated people are ruining the falconry name nowadays by using them as status pets. Yeh the guy was prob that dumb he thought raptors are like homing pigeons lol il just keep it in for a few weeks then let is out see if it cones back lol. Retards.. Anyhow back to the post, hass [NO TEXT TALK] got any ideas of how i could try capture this owl????

when you spot it,it hangs around cleadon hills,take a rabbit carcase wrapped with fishing line snares ,plenty of.... chuck it out in sight of owl,peg it down,firm !!! back off hide observe, might come down and get tangled,chuck a blanket over,grab feet,job done,in theorie.lol strong b*****ds ,be carefull atb mc


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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:24 am

Yeah it was just outside cleadon last night. Great tactic though i shall giv it a try. Im gonna go down just as the sun starts to set see if i can get glimpse of her. Cheers :)
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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:51 am

Yeah it was just outside cleadon last night. Great tactic though i shall giv it a try. Im gonna go down just as the sun starts to set see if i can get glimpse of her. Cheers :)

if you want a hand, drop me pm mate atb mc


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Posted 02 November 2013 - 10:19 am

last one I caught up I put a rabbit down and sat and waited until it landed on it staked out string and walked around it tangling its legs and wings up,fought like f**k when I picked it up though lol



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 10:31 am

at fat weight you have not a chance the bird is self hunting now and has no need for a human person in its life,and if theres plenty of rabbits cats rats in the area it isnt going to go hungry is it ,in low condition would be your only chance its not doing any seriose harm to any one so just leave it alone at least it will keep the moggies in doors stop them crapping on every ones lawn



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 10:42 am

at fat weight you have not a chance the bird is self hunting now and has no need for a human person in its life,and if theres plenty of rabbits cats rats in the area it isnt going to go hungry is it ,in low condition would be your only chance its not doing any seriose harm to any one so just leave it alone at least it will keep the moggies in doors stop them crapping on every ones lawn

everything can be caught ,even fat weight redtails in the states with bal chatris,



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 10:44 am

Cheers nomoon il keep u in mind mate thanks pal.. JJM u sure u have read this thread correctly lol it is harrassing people by attacking them..?? :s

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 11:08 am

What a stunning bird! Good luck trying to catch it! Looks like the meanest Eagle Owl I've ever seen, I' be calling it Lucifer!



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Posted 02 November 2013 - 11:18 am

at fat weight you have not a chance the bird is self hunting now and has no need for a human person in its life,and if theres plenty of rabbits cats rats in the area it isnt going to go hungry is it ,in low condition would be your only chance its not doing any seriose harm to any one so just leave it alone at least it will keep the moggies in doors stop them crapping on every ones lawn

and all wild birds are at or near top weight and dont hunt on hunger but instinct and not many will for go an easy meal, only trained birds dont respond at top weight or the yanks arabs etc would catch nothing would they ??/


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Posted 02 November 2013 - 11:29 am


at fat weight you have not a chance the bird is self hunting now and has no need for a human person in its life,and if theres plenty of rabbits cats rats in the area it isnt going to go hungry is it ,in low condition would be your only chance its not doing any seriose harm to any one so just leave it alone at least it will keep the moggies in doors stop them crapping on every ones lawn

and all wild birds are at or near top weight and dont hunt on hunger but instinct and not many will for go an easy meal, only trained birds dont respond at top weight or the yanks arabs etc would catch nothing would they ??/

Nail hit bang on the head

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 11:55 am

every an+imal f+ish bord +is catchable just depends what lengths you w+ill go too most b+irds cannot res+ist a free lunch






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