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#46 luckyplum

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Posted 18 March 2016 - 02:21 pm

great write up and pics but what I was most jealous of was the fact you had such a good days sport and then a pint , a pie in front of a roaring fire watching the rugby !!, cheers plum !


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Posted 18 March 2016 - 05:28 pm

Yeh the only way of topping that end of day ,,would have been getting layed,,,I did suggest it to lloydy,,but he wasn't keen......
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Posted 18 March 2016 - 06:50 pm

That's a top day well done men and them dogs :thumbs: .



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Posted 18 March 2016 - 07:11 pm

Yeh the only way of topping that end of day ,,would have been getting layed,,,I did suggest it to lloydy,,but he wasn't keen......

 

 

:hmm: C'mon now,...all I said was, "I don't fancy men in Flecktarn"..... :laugh: 


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Posted 18 March 2016 - 07:32 pm

Yeh the only way of topping that end of day ,,would have been getting layed,,,I did suggest it to lloydy,,but he wasn't keen......

 
 
:hmm: C'mon now,...all I said was, "I don't fancy men in Flecktarn"..... :laugh: 
 
 
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Posted 18 March 2016 - 07:32 pm

Bigger tits than my Mrs..shouldof stuck to day walking ..only messin tomo lol

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Posted 18 March 2016 - 08:56 pm

Excellent read,ive some happy memories of hunting around Hawes,bunny,s and trout.



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Posted 19 March 2016 - 02:26 pm

Sounds a great "do" lads...
Must be nice to be on some open warrens Phil, beats battling through hawthorn, blackthorn and bramble I'm sure!!

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 03:22 pm

Sounds a great "do" lads...
Must be nice to be on some open warrens Phil, beats battling through hawthorn, blackthorn and bramble I'm sure!!

 

:hmm: Hmm,..you would think that was the case....and as much as I respect my dear friend Vin and his rabbiting partner Tomo,....and the beauty and splendour of the Dales, never fails to move me,...but,....I always long for the ancient woodlands,ferreting under the mighty Oak's mysterious roar,...and standing behind those deep chalk warrens, high on the South Downs ,..a hundred burrows dug by generations of long dead rabbits,...and the miles of hedgerow, riddled with holes, that are part and parcel, of the Hampshire commercial Partridge shoots..... :yes: 

 

Yes, I know its illogical,...and most keen ferreting lads would love to give those open warrens a try, but, truth is...I really enjoy my hunting, amidst the bracken and bramble ...I love to set my 'stop nets',...and wait quietly, watching my wee cur,...lying in ambush,...for that sudden bolt.....

 

Facts are, its great to go on a wee holiday, but its always nice to be back home... :thumbs: 


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Posted 19 March 2016 - 04:08 pm

Brilliant write up Phil,cracking day out too..been well worth the drive North 👍
..well done all

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 07:13 pm

Sounds a great "do" lads...
Must be nice to be on some open warrens Phil, beats battling through hawthorn, blackthorn and bramble I'm sure!!

 
:hmm: Hmm,..you would think that was the case....and as much as I respect my dear friend Vin and his rabbiting partner Tomo,....and the beauty and splendour of the Dales, never fails to move me,...but,....I always long for the ancient woodlands, with the Oak's dark mysterious roar,...and those deep chalk warrens, high on the South Downs ,..dug by generations of long dead rabbits,...and the miles of hedgerows, that are part and parcel of the Hampshire commercial Partridge shoots..... :yes: 
 
I know its illogical,...and most keen ferreting lads would love to walk out and give those open warrens a try, but, truth is...I really do enjoy my hunting, amidst the bracken and bramble ...I miss setting my 'stop nets',...and quietly watching my wee cur,...lying in wait,...for that sudden bolt.....Facts are, its great to go on holiday, but so nice to be back home... :thumbs: 

Haha... I know exactly what you mean, they can be very hard won down this neck of the woods!! Lol
We have the odd open warren, almost feel spoilt taking a rabbit out of em lol...

But.... It looks a cracking place for a days holiday, nice one to Tomo and Vin for putting on such a good days sport !!
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