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Back to the original poster, I sincerely hope your not the little twat who designed the poacher app that is downloadable and is a direct line to the coppers

 

If you are I hope you get bullied at uni you little dweeby schnecker

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Another holier than thou prat lands in our

Midst !

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It's not through lack of trying

Whereas Wilf......a natural at it..😂

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Good on the 15 year old - anything that catches thieving poachers has to be a 'good thing'. Time everyone saw poaching as theft and it lost the 'romantic' tag.

Give them all a criminal record - no more shooting.

I have no time for theft and thieves of any sort.

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Good on the 15 year old - anything that catches thieving poachers has to be a 'good thing'. Time everyone saw poaching as theft and it lost the 'romantic' tag.

Give them all a criminal record - no more shooting.

I have no time for theft and thieves of any sort.

get a grip ffs.........no more shooting lol...........half the lads on here don't shoot........and the ones that do won't poach..........rabbits and hares are made for chasing.........and the dogs on here are bred to just that.........live with it........coz nothing is gonna change ;)

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how do they own the land,because they bought it from someone who bought it from someone etc,etc,etc who originally either drove off any inhabitants who hunted it and worked it or claimed it as theirs and all the creatures there in.Basically it was stolen away from the common man who then stopped being self sufficient and became a serf at the owners bidding.often not being allowed to hunt.Any thoughts anyone

Aye....that's bollocks
why?
why

 

 

 

how do they own the land,because they bought it from someone who bought it from someone etc,etc,etc who originally either drove off any inhabitants who hunted it and worked it or claimed it as theirs and all the creatures there in.Basically it was stolen away from the common man who then stopped being self sufficient and became a serf at the owners bidding.often not being allowed to hunt.Any thoughts anyone

Aye....that's bollocks

Why?
Because they do own it....whether you like it or not. I've no problem with poaching wild game.....different story when it comes to pheasants though that someone has worked hard to rear and some c**t comes along and thinks there easy pickings.

exsactly...a keeper is worth one thing....his birds.... the second he falls below standard with his birds he WILL be in the firing line..what if he has wife and bairns? what happens if your curs running thru a wood causes the birds to desert it? causing a drive to fail? causing percentages to fall? their a big number of estate owners out their who know their s a big number of keepers willing to jump into boots.but then thier any ones birds eh? game owned by no one? yeh surethe keeper hasn't spent all summer killing himself rearing tens of thousands of birds.. pheasnts are NOT wild game reared game birds are NOT their for the taking they represent property and the skill of the man who has reared them and is holding themfeddal17.jpg feddal16.jpg feddal14.jpgfeddal3.jpg wild game their for the taking eh?feddal2.jpg feddal6.jpg feddal12.jpg and a keepers value?? forget the image of the old keepers serving generation on the same place....let me tell you what his value is...and how easy it can be f****d up by some scrote with "the right" game%20book%205.jpg numbers....thats what its aboutgame%20book.jpg game%20book%204.jpg game%20book%202.jpg game%20book%203.jpg
you talk about numbers , and understandably the mans doing his job , with possibly a wife and kids to feed , but ..... What happens when a keeper moves onto an estate with plenty to go at his last estate was a bit baron , or he's a bit trigger happy , or got new species of deer to go at , has his fill bleeds the place dry kills the lot then decides he wants to play game keeper somewhere else , how long will it take numbers to recover ??? And let's be honest , ALL keepers bend the rules every one of them don't they !!

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Good on the 15 year old - anything that catches thieving poachers has to be a 'good thing'. Time everyone saw poaching as theft and it lost the 'romantic' tag.

Give them all a criminal record - no more shooting.

I have no time for theft and thieves of any sort.

Any wild or released animal or bird belongs to no man,no matter how much land they own and the amount of folk they pay to cater for their needs.The facts are that 5% of the population own over 90% of our Isles because of the side they took around 1066.Its land that was earnt through theft and is brushed aside as history now and certain folk are still hell bent on regulating ancient statutes that were put in place to protect the b*****d landowner and punish the serf.The serf deserves the same access to our Land and the fauna it holds more than the b*****d landowner that hides behind ancient statutes that were less than democratic.Ive more than enough time for an honest keeper that needs to protect his job,salary and family,ive no time for a keeper that takes that task on with relish.

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