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  1. Iv got a Gwp x here , she’s exactly what moorman has said she’s big powerful , run all day , hunt and kill well she’s good at that too and very quick ! She retrieves Iv never taught it I was standing on a track on a bushing day caught her game and straight back as I was saying to the boys she won’t retrieve lol she took a long time to mature still a puppy takes abit to settle in to a hunting day , she’s good on the lamp aswell never hunted up or opened up I like her
    21 points
  2. Spotted these in the advert on FB for our local charity shop. Got there about 20 minutes after they opened and was just in time. Somebody was hanging over my shoulder while I was examining them. So I took the reels away to a different section to have a proper look. After all, they were €8 each and I'm not made of money. The Mitchell 300 is the same model as Dick Walker used to catch his record carp and the Mordex Merlin dates from the same sort of 1950's / 60's era.The Mitchells never ra smooth even from new so I wasn't too bothered at the rough running. The centrepin w
    7 points
  3. The best way is that decent lads get a mating and you take pick of the litter, and messers or idiots get no mating. Simple really. I mean, if you thought so litttle of someone or the way they were with terriers, then why would you help them in any way?
    6 points
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  5. Ive just had a look at the article phil and its very clear that this battle is going to be very hard to win because the people behind all these opposals are clearly as thick as shit and have absolutely no idea whatsoever what it is they are talking about. They are just jumping on the eco bandwagon without considering all of the consequences to their stupid, unqualified actions. They simply cant have spent more than 5 minutes out in the woods or down a hedgerow with their eyes open to have noticed crows and maggies scanning the hedge for the nests of the very birds that ARE protected with no li
    5 points
  6. I should of invited him to have ago of the side by side O sorry officer i should of told you DONT PULL THE FRONT TRIGGER FIRST ATVBJIMMY
    3 points
  7. Cracking shooting jimmy. Like si said, i shoot better when im on my jack jones. I think its just coz we're paying more attention to the quarry and no pressure etc but its nice to share a good long shot or a good stalk when your out with a mate. I was out for a couple of hours on Sunday night with the 99 and bagged 7. 2 of em were bloody cracking shots, even if i do have to blow me own trumpet but no bugger else saw em to appreciate
    3 points
  8. 500 a mating, bloody hell what sort of terrierman charges another fellow terrierman 500 for a mating.
    3 points
  9. Never too old ,I'm 63 and I would knock fk out of all of them ,and then batter dogfox for a laugh .
    3 points
  10. now have to pay there tv licences say the bbc what a heartless bunch of c,,ts they are
    3 points
  11. All 11 babies are growing fast. I’m feeding them continuously. MEAT, minced rabbit, pigeon, rats etc. Meat will always be best for mustilids of any kind. BUT, I will offer kibble too, some of the homes I have lined up for my babies are going to have them as pets and not workers and they won’t all have access to meat and that is up to them, as long as they are being looked after and loved, it’s the owners choice what they feed them. By offering variety, it will be an easier transition for the new owners. But mine primarily eat meat, even in the summer. I just remove leftovers when they sp
    3 points
  12. I just canceled my direct debit and went to let them know on their online form that I don't watch BBC but looks like I'll have to do that bit tomorrow as it says I still have a direct debit set up. Shame on the BBC. I only paid my licence to keep them off my back but this was the last straw.
    3 points
  13. Good times Kev. If I was living up there permanently then I would give a GWP cross a go. Would also get a beagle x type busher. Couldn’t let them range like that down here mate.....we would get into trouble!
    3 points
  14. Hi Strongbow You're quite correct about that larger print, it does have an accompanying index print which names every single person, hound and terrier. It's a "proper job" as they say. However, it's the Eastern Counties Otter Hounds, rather than the Border Counties and no I'm not on there I'm afraid. Around that time, a number of the packs had prints produced as a way of raising funds and they were quickly snatched up. Below is the Border Counties version, I was lucky enough to be there that day (although not in the picture) and just out of interest it relates to the same day the pho
    3 points
  15. I spent a couple of hours Sunday evening with the hw100 at one of my permissions this is a recovering shoot as the farmer had some ferrets down just after Christmas but it seems to be recovering quite well. Here’s the proof.
    2 points
  16. Do you really need fac when your this good with a sub 12 lol and off the lamp most of them . Iv not been out to any of my perms for a while i did ask vis if he was coming but he say,d he was staying in and having a chill night so off i went on my own . Talked to the owner and got the thumbs up on the land for fac just need to talk to a few more then thats that sorted so im a happy chappy i was only there 10 mins when the first jumped out in front of me at 40yrds (paced) so a standing shot i let the jsb go and it was in the bag next was a kneeling shot round a
    2 points
  17. And don't get me started on the people that demand a pair of pups I f***ing hate hearing about that.
    2 points
  18. I have had this on my shelves for many years and enjoy re-reading it from time to time. Published in 1971 and has some nice historical photographs in it as well as accounts of big fights.
    2 points
  19. good first lurcher choice
    2 points
  20. Hoping so fella. My first proper running dog so learning curve for me aswell. Tried to give myself best chance with breed selection for what I'm guna be doing I.e. mainly ferreting and mooching rabbits in small/med fields. So bull strength and Sal stamina not needed for me. Hopefully she comes good .
    2 points
  21. Few treasures found this morning, must add I didn't disturb some site of historical value, these were actually all on the surface!! I love the signs of ageing on the the redstripe drinking vessel, clearly been out in the elements for months! Not opened the light green money pouches yet, can't wait to see what treasure they contain, not sure if flys are attracted to gold, because if so that's what they hold, they were covered in flies!
    2 points
  22. I just copied it from the Pigeonwatch forum. Worth taking a look at their discussions on everything to do with the GLs at present as some good points raised. Also Verminbashers on FB do have some good input (and unfortunately not so good ones i.e. 'those who well I'm going to carry on regardless and post everything' brigrade. The shooter's 3 S's : Shoot, Shovel and Shut-up
    2 points
  23. Put a photo like this up before, but that was a stock photo. Seen this one yesterday emptying a septic tank at a garden centre. Sum's it up don't it. Cheers Arry
    2 points
  24. Those gas bangers are useless. When I tip the shot in it pours out the other end! And the gas is expensive.
    2 points
  25. About 9 months, around 24" plus. Still very immature but a nice pup to have around. Likes a little sun on her back.
    2 points
  26. Brexit has become about so, so, so much more than leaving the EU
    2 points
  27. You will detect them ..... but it is illegal to shoot winged vermin at night. Just saying.
    2 points
  28. .177 less carcass damage
    2 points
  29. Thats my favorite...the adverts that have a black a white and a half chat .........its so f****n infantile i dont know whether to laugh or spew my guts up.
    2 points
  30. 8 months old bitch out for a walk
    2 points
  31. It's a bloody shame the TV is all some old folk have. The old girl across the road who I keep an eye out for is 93 and watches TV all day. She has a carer come in every day but has got to pay for that and if her money runs out has to sell her house, the b*****ds. She tells me how she struggled to save and pay for her house makes me sick how people that worked hard and bought their house get penalised in old age. Cheers Arry
    2 points
  32. Pup out of Brian and the Russell bitch .
    2 points
  33. Cracks me up how blinkered some can be. We all hunt in different ways on different terrains in different parts of the country, how can a man at one end the country comment on whether or not a particular cross is any good elsewhere? A dog thats suits me here would be no good for someone who's hunting an open moor and nor would I want a dog that excels at hunting a long distance out. Doesn't mean either is no good just not necessarily suited to the local terrain. A lurcher is alot of things to alot of people, they aren't one tricks ponies and different tasks suit different crosses. How
    2 points
  34. i have met simon many times...I cant say as I thought he was up himself....always came across a good chap....even had him at my house picking up some kits years ago...as well as putting me in touch with a guy from English herratige for some paid rabbit control work..... now I know simon has worked as a paid rabbit catcher for many years......so I dowt hes paying for permission....and I think has diversified a bit with youtube channel..book writing and cookery I think..or that might be his mrs... in the summer he does the gamfairs with his demo....so I suppose he has to come across as an e
    2 points
  35. to tell you the truth Phil... I've got to keep every thing above board as you've met one of the Avery fan club last time you were up here!! all ive got to do is film where im applying for and there's no way that they can come back from it... all I think is fcukit, ill play the game if that's what they want!
    1 point
  36. Done some tope fishing with my mate mile of mappleton of the east coast not far of Hornsea had them up 2 42 pound brilliant like shark fishing but in miniature haha atb longers01
    1 point
  37. The Charley burley book is a very good read and an eye opener,how corrupt the game was back then and how the blacks struggled to get fights unless with each other,especially if they where good. Probs the best book ive read about boxing tbh.Its called Charley Burley and the Black Murderers Row. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murderers'_Row_(boxing)
    1 point
  38. But the pipit in this nest has been sitting on her clutch for at least six days before the cuckoo layed, so I’d say the cuckoo chick won’t hatch, it’ll be too far behind the others incubation wise. But you never know. I’m watching another nest on the same moor hoping the cuckoo will visit. If you fancy a trip to photograph any young ones let me know.
    1 point
  39. They are reportedly the most versatile HPR breed out there. At the end of the day any working breed crossed with a sight hound will make a useable animal that will catch game. If you want something with nose, drive and a very robust animal then you wouldn't be disappointed with a GWP cross. The way some people are talking about them ranging off into the sunset shows that they haven't seen a GWP work. They naturally keep in touch with the handler, also they naturally widen their beat when working larger more open ground and naturally reign it in when on tighter in country. They are a very versa
    1 point
  40. Lots a lads were more than happy with them mate, I saw a few of them an like Iv said they were just lurchers but better at some things an not as good at others when compared to type we had, I will say tho with all honesty if a few of them never opened up they would prob have left a better impression on me, jist to me at that time an still now, that’s a big no no an always will make me shy away from anything that does it
    1 point
  41. I'd be surprised if such a breeding didn't attract a lot of interest. Especially from shooting men wanting a lurcher in the kennel that stood a strong chance of being useful in the shooting field.
    1 point
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