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  1. Tor Tigger x Kim father daughter double bred back to Tigger a decent animal that I didn’t really give as much as I do normally in his first season but what he done he handled it well ...looking forward to this season he has matured into a nice hound
    10 points
  2. I would say it's very strange for somebody to just take that off and walk away and leave it ... I would think some poor f****r is lying with a broken leg or head injury not that far from where you found the bag ... I would be tempted to tell the police so they can organise a search .....
    8 points
  3. 7 points
  4. Go back and find the body. Might be a decent pair of boots and coat!
    7 points
  5. I wasn't expecting that! Only went for a stroll with the dog and twang bang and smoke but I dropped two crows! TB&S likes the eley wasps I bought at weekend. Just goes to show lol. U.
    6 points
  6. Poor old cushty jumps in a hedge for a dump and someone nicks his rucksack.
    6 points
  7. Far too young pal let him grow up many dogs been spoiled by entered too early .ya wouldn't put a child to work let him play a while ,atb
    6 points
  8. 6 points
  9. Had a wonder around a farm today, didnt see mutch at all bar 2 ferrals and a squirrel that i shot, plenty of bunny tracks but havent seen any for months on here, will have to give it a go one night.
    5 points
  10. Not under my mattress they aint
    5 points
  11. Very strange..., not the sort of thing that would just get dumped. My money is on the owner hanging from a tree. In this case I might be tempted to tell the police. Might bring someone a bit of peace sooner rather than later.
    5 points
  12. Just stay away from the slaughtered lamb pub
    5 points
  13. Wee storm,first lurcher I’ve had in years hopefully he turns out a good wee rabbit dog
    5 points
  14. I’d wreck a Range Rover. Something like this for me and not give much of a toss for owt else.
    5 points
  15. First tench! Only a baby though!
    5 points
  16. Up for sale takes Fox's for fun
    4 points
  17. Dig number 2, he found his voice for a while.
    4 points
  18. Times sure change ,in my day all we ever found down the woods were old w*nk mags....
    4 points
  19. Stock breaking and work on its retrieving, get a couple of ferrets let them become buddies
    4 points
  20. 4 months there still finding their legs and exploring the world,some don't have any prey drive yet,its all a game.Let him be a pup.You could start with a rabbit skin on a rope and pole,always make it fun and praise him.Dogs from hunting lines may start earlier but once he gets the idea he wont look back.Not many whippets won't chase when older.
    4 points
  21. Small dogs struggle to see what you can with the hieght advntage. But acword of warning theres not much worse than a young dog seeing too many of them impossible rabbits sat a foot of a hedge in daytime. Sure way to get a dog pulling up at cover that is.
    4 points
  22. Prebaiting is paying off! No tench yet.
    4 points
  23. What a load of shite!! You sound like an anti who’s been reading to much false news articles. I run dogs I don’t go out armed. In fact I’ve got all my permission from been caught poaching so definitely can’t be dangerous either. You get the odd bad apple in all walks of life don’t tar us all with the same brush.
    4 points
  24. That's straight out a book and bullshit
    4 points
  25. Nearly done work started on Wednesday night
    3 points
  26. One thing I'd like to do is help out the town football team. Its all rugby in my town and nobody apart from the boys that play / run the club really care about the club. Lucky to get 2/3 people not affiliated with the team watching home games . Its run solely by the players and I'd like to buy them a mini bus to travel to away games . Saves them all on petrol and would be ideal all travelling together. Every away game is 45 mins+ away from here . Few more little things like buy a new kit and bits and bobs for the boys . Also paying the tab on end of season piss up would go down well
    3 points
  27. Id stop buying part worns!
    3 points
  28. daystate now own the mtc range of scopes not hawk and the old mtc scopes are the best the new ones are sh*t atvbmac
    3 points
  29. I would love to have a massive fish tank, either as the floor or as a wall.
    3 points
  30. Another little owl, this time in flight
    3 points
  31. What`s six inches long,pink,and makes my wife moan all day...…. Her f***ing toungue.
    3 points
  32. Pick it up Greyman and put it back in your cupboard where it came from.
    3 points
  33. 3 points
  34. I,m suspecting someone watched bear gryls thought I could do that, then thought f**k that I,m off home when it started raining, the woods are private and not somewhere I ever see anyone else, but I,d hate to think I,ve left someone in there that may have been in a bad place and needed help, I may pop back later with the thermal and have a quick scan around just to put my mind at rest
    3 points
  35. There's places here like that staffs and with it being local stuff that's all that my mates interested in, if it's Victorian go and have scratch about see can ye find anything , you would be surprised what you could earn it even better ye might get yourself a nice local collection, my advice to anyone who knows where there might be some is go check,if there's screw tops leave it, if it's cork tops then it's worth a mooch atb At
    3 points
  36. Meet the great outdoors
    3 points
  37. I,m as dry as toast, if I had a million I could last without working for two or three lifetimes, but if I wanted to build an empire, that would be 4 average homes in Bristol outright purchase, roughly 15 percent in equity per year and around 5 grand a month in rent, that would do me nicely, what a mad world we live in when people are saying a million quid ain't enough,
    3 points
  38. Is there a possibility of the mods having a word with IANB about having subtitles?
    3 points
  39. It’s funny how people see things differently , I’ve never thought of carp as wary or elusive , Ive always thought of them as predictable and one of the easier fish to catch . I spend a lot of time in my mates tackle shop and when you talk to the customers you see how people see things differently on local waters . Some of them massively overthink things , usually after watching the latest Korda dvd through to people who think a kg of boilies should last them for life . I do go on commercials occasionally but it’s the noddies who can’t seem to cast in their own swim especially when they see y
    3 points
  40. What's that supposed to mean .I've dug my fair share without collars mate but I know my limitations and would never knowingly put a dog to ground without a collar unless I knew the place and yes I still do it .Just stating fact that you can't disagree with ,no need for smart remarks .You've stated you couldn't hear a thing at 6m which could of very easily turned nasty .Egos can and do kill dogs something I've never done .
    3 points
  41. I'd send my family on a round the world trip. Looking for me.
    3 points
  42. That my good man is the most perfect of days and like i said before i sure haven't ment them any dissrespect if Blasie has taken it that way,i just thought with the locator it would be better all round.Still do as it goes as like FD says they won't drop into some places due to it and those times when they do dig to a dead dog it maybe could have been saved with a locator??,i ask my dogs to do more than i ever would myself and they do so happily so it's the least i can do it do my very best to protect them when they do go under ground and without a locator you cannot say no matter how many fol
    3 points
  43. Bird gone back to lad that owns him now so happy days he was chuffed he'd bin gone three weeks .ill remember that for life . I was leaving my housing estate last night and noticed the owl on wall so took few pics quality was shite so turned lights towards him he was just calling not budging I got out slowly walking towards him taken pictures then I twigged the Jessie's on him and knew he was a pet .i climbed the wall about six feet away beside him slowly arsing myself side ways towards him I made an attempt and he tried bite but not fly away so slipped of my jumper wrapped it around my arm and
    3 points
  44. As I interprate the rules in France, collars can be used, but not in the pursuit of hunting, only in the job of finding a lost terrier. ie: you cant search for a dog to be able to dig it for hunting. But when you have lost your dog, you can switch on the finder to retrieve your dog. IMO this keeps the fieldcraft alive of listening.finding a dog at work without being lazy and switching on an electronic device. Apparently it was the french who voted against the use of electronic collars for HUNTING. But ok for RESCUING. Also the country has a strong sense of solidarity. Just look at wha
    3 points
  45. I know what you mean tc a lot of the commercial s are about catching not fishing and they get rammed i hate them i joined a small syndicate it's low stocked and the fishing is hard but the fish are in immaculate condition and fight hard and as two crows said would love to fish waters like that you have over there
    3 points
  46. Went out again tonight with Kaiser and the HW 77. We got settled,i had a full leaf suit on and watched and listened to the wildlife. Have you ever heard one of those bird song dvd`s ? It was just lovely to sit there totally unnoticed. Anyways, the 77 has it`s final zero in place and is now "blisteringly accurate". One presentation in a 2 hour wait but boy did this 77 take it`s chance well. Lovely evening in the nursery woods lads, with a bonus, - loved it. atb Mark.
    2 points
  47. Looking to get my fac too, Been out with a pal with his hmr on a couple of occasions and enjoyed it but love going out with the sub 12 with the n/v
    2 points
  48. Agreed - the older MTC scopes are much better than the new ones - you could do a lot worse than pick up an original Viper or Mamba. ......... They seem to be more solidly built and, the older SCB reticle is a lot less cluttered, and easier to use. Depending what you go for, you should be able to get one for £100 - £150. I'll also chuck a vote in for Hawke and Falcon scopes - both well made and good value.
    2 points
  49. I have gundogs and hens, handy for steadying pups which can only be a good thing. I'm guessing you're worried your dog doesn't have the desired interest in wild game if constantly being told to leave birds alone. Won't be a problem, you'll be surprised how quickly and readily the differentiate between the two.
    2 points
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