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Decoying Wood Pigeon With The Fwb Sport& Hw 100 Kt

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No field craft required at all Jimmy,( just pulling a leg earlier), the concealment was easily good enough but the pattern I use is the killer.

 

I`m surprised no one has picked up on this ?

 

atb Mark

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I did look at the pattern Mark and although I can't see too much of it, I am assuming you are keeping a nice hole in the middle directly in front of you. I am always interested in successful decoy patterns for shotgun or rifle as we never stop learning.

 

I do tend to use either a horse shoe pattern or a steady curve to the left of right depending on wind direction which to be honest I have found works quite well so the birds always drop in against wind in front of me.

 

If that is not how you are doing the pattern Mark, please do tell.

 

Phil

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Bit late to this. Sorry man. Epic as per mate. Looks like that fields runs through a council estate :)

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PM inbound shortly mate. :good:

 

PM..?! Tell us all you slag :D

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PM inbound shortly mate. :good:

 

PM..?! Tell us all you slag :D

Yeah ....... you slag :laugh:

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Okay, I will.

 

Phil cancel that inbound pm mate I`ll have to make a Lemon of myself publicly :icon_redface: .

 

I`ll put it under a new thread in Air Gun Hunting.

 

atb Mark.

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WITH diagrams :)

 

In biro. Obviously.

 

Nice one Mark. Which ever way your doing it... its clearly f'kin working mate.

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