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Hi,

 

I am a Design student at Loughborough University and I am designing a product that will be used to give landowners and Gamekeepers in the UK more security against poachers. I just have a couple of questions that I would like to ask that will help me significantly with the research. It would be great to get some feedback from you! Thanks

 

-How does poaching occur on your land?

-What do you find to be the best defense against Poachers?

 

 

 

let the lads hunt, give them permo and you wont get poached and probably will stop other poachers for ya

 

its that old thing isnt it...if your botherd with poaching let the biggest baddest b*****d have permission and tell him to keep the rest away

 

exactly

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You just need someone on your shoot that doesn't mind giving the poacher a slap

you slap a poacher it would be returned ten fold many a keeper spent many a day in hospital for slapping the wrong poacher and many a keeper has lost a shoot for slapping a poacher my mate got beat up by a keeper took what he got the next time he got of his quad and eight of us stood in front of him,like i said before you wont get poachers you let a sensible hunter hunt your land and let him sort and trouble out

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How could you explain (in laymans terms) a shotgun, tied to a tree with a trip wire to make sure the bast---d coulnd't walk away with your birds?

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Sorry. by the way. If it misses the fcker he or she sure does one hell of a runner :thumbs:

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You just need someone on your shoot that doesn't mind giving the poacher a slap

you slap a poacher it would be returned ten fold many a keeper spent many a day in hospital for slapping the wrong poacher and many a keeper has lost a shoot for slapping a poacher my mate got beat up by a keeper took what he got the next time he got of his quad and eight of us stood in front of him,like i said before you wont get poachers you let a sensible hunter hunt your land and let him sort and trouble out

That's what I was referring to someone on your land who will sort it out

 

Most wise keepers will have someone like that

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I'm sure gamekeepers know what that are doing and what they are paid for. I doubt the "worry" of coming face to face with 8 louts comes into the equation.

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We caught a car full few months ago just locked the gate and phoned the police

 

3 cars arrived within 10 mins

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We caught a car full few months ago just locked the gate and phoned the police

3 cars arrived within 10 mins

3 cars within 10 minutes, to protect a few scabby myxies looks like the geordie coppers have got their priorities in order

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We caught a car full few months ago just locked the gate and phoned the police

3 cars arrived within 10 mins

3 cars within 10 minutes, to protect a few scabby myxies looks like the geordie coppers have got their priorities in order
Its not just scabby rabbits its Hares its Deer its trespass possibly armed

 

Its Rural crime not saying the lads in the car were also thieves but in an area where there has been plenty of Farm thefts the police have a duty to respond

 

Plus they were beside our pens

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We caught a car full few months ago just locked the gate and phoned the police

3 cars arrived within 10 mins

3 cars within 10 minutes, to protect a few scabby myxies looks like the geordie coppers have got their priorities in order
Its not just scabby rabbits its Hares its Deer its trespass possibly armed

Its Rural crime not saying the lads in the car were also thieves but in an area where there has been plenty of Farm thefts the police have a duty to respond

Plus they were beside our pens

 

 

We caught a car full few months ago just locked the gate and phoned the police

3 cars arrived within 10 mins

3 cars within 10 minutes, to protect a few scabby myxies looks like the geordie coppers have got their priorities in order
Its not just scabby rabbits its Hares its Deer its trespass possibly armed

Its Rural crime not saying the lads in the car were also thieves but in an area where there has been plenty of Farm thefts the police have a duty to respond

Plus they were beside our pens

Nothing wrong with looking after your own interests mate, and when it comes down to farm thefts well that's a different matter altogether
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Jiggy.Can you imagine the person taking out your birds, in the dark, and then exposing them pearly whites :hmm: Blick or white :angel:

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Look to African safari parks for advice some are doing well with keeping tabs on far more valuable game not many would be so brave for a brace of pheasants if there was a local armed ranger brigade with orders to shoot on sight there would still be a few animals lost but not many.

Big difference between a bird bred to be shot than a endangered species tho isn't there what a stupid post

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Look to African safari parks for advice some are doing well with keeping tabs on far more valuable game not many would be so brave for a brace of pheasant if there was a local armed ranger brigade with orders to shoot on sight there would still be a few animals lost but not many.

Big difference between a bird bred to be shot than a endangered species tho isn't there what a stupid post
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Every body knows poaching don't happen anymore ffs, died out with Danny champion of the world's ole man

I thought it stopped when king of the tumbler lurchers retired ? Lol

Oh and just to edit the post ,what happened to the young Bristol lad that was going to be a austringer, he don't come on anymore,and now we have this?

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