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First Lamping Film By Me, Great Runs Throughout

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IMO too young and not mentally or physically mature enough, heard a few yips in what I saw, and her running style, reaction when she did catch was very puppyish,

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I thought ur skills with camera was good .. Very clear from what I saw ...

 

But have to agree with rest a tad young and some very hard bunnys that an adult dog may struggle to catch

 

.. Look forward to seeing the Dog a year down the line hopefully fully grown and catching well

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Im going to pass these comments on to nottzhunter but he knows the score with entering early. I wont encourage anyone to rush their dog either . He is eager I know that but he brought on his retired dog the same around the same age on the same fields. These rabbits in the film are the easiest you will find around here.

 

I hope he hasn't created a problem for the future and it will be interesting to see how she progresses , im not sure it his fault but as a viewer you can only put the two together.

 

btw if you haven't already saw my new ferreting video then check it out aswell.

 

http://youtu.be/74c_jKdkpMc

 

good hunting

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I know all them little spots you were lamping,,,lol

 

I would leave that dog a while mate,,,

 

because I told you about them lol what about the warren in the new ferreting video I posted. Not far from you either .

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Not the first place you were lamping,,, near the roundabout,,,I was walking that land,, when you was a glint in ya dad's eye ,,lol

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Im going to pass these comments on to nottzhunter but he knows the score with entering early. I wont encourage anyone to rush their dog either . He is eager I know that but he brought on his retired dog the same around the same age on the same fields. These rabbits in the film are the easiest you will find around here.

 

I hope he hasn't created a problem for the future and it will be interesting to see how she progresses , im not sure it his fault but as a viewer you can only put the two together.

 

btw if you haven't already saw my new ferreting video then check it out aswell.

 

http://youtu.be/74c_jKdkpMc

 

good hunting

i start my dogs off young also got a photo in my album of the dog i am running at the moement with rabbits he had caught on the lamp at 5 months and one week old. hes doing o.k and is just under 3 years old.

 

the whippering i personally dont consider being a problem as long as the dog is catching plenty of game then it aint effecting anything. some dogs that are started later on in life yap or whimper also.

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what is that lil lamp your using what'swith all the lights bit much in a lit up field iI seen the dig clip the fence bit dangerous with a young dog bid was well put to get her but let her b a pup nice dog mate atb

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what is that lil lamp your using what'swith all the lights bit much in a lit up field iI seen the dig clip the fence bit dangerous with a young dog bid was well put to get her but let her b a pup nice dog mate atb

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The lamp you see in the video is a lightforce lancer and the one im using for the camera is a lightforce striker. You need the light to get the footage we achieved.

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cheers guys I really enjoy it, probably need to spend more time on the editing process. will keep you posted with lass's progress and future films.

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I couldn't watch all that to be honest, it was a bit painful. Your obviously well keen, but just chill out on the lamping till the bitch is ready.

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This film follows the progress of lass the lurcher who starts lamping at 7month old. It will be the first part of many more I hope.

 

http://youtu.be/F4jvA_7rx9M

 

take a look and leave a comment plus subscribe

 

Andy

 

 

 

 

Short grassed fields are never the best to start a youngster ,the bunnies go like shit of a shovel.Pup did well under the circumstances. I wouldnt push a 7 months old pup too hard.

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