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  1. I sometimes bait a tidal brook near my house for foxes. As the crow flies it is about three hundred yards from my front door. The place i choose to shoot from is with my back against a thorn hedge and behind that is a six foot high chain link fence which surrounds a treatment plant. Where i sit is looking straight at the brook which runs left to right and is one hundred yards away. Beyond the brook the field rises gently for another one hundred yards till it meets a wire fence and a line of trees along the fence. It is possible to see into the field behind the trees as the ground continues to
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  2. Anti blackterial....
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  3. My lovely granddaughter survived her heart operation last year and made a full recovery .that alone was magical .but since then I have gave my daughter and her family there first pet .this was given to me on fathers day .best pic ever
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  4. No, but I have enjoyed both their company separately... And can confirm they are not the same person... There's at least a 4 foot difference in height
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  5. If you got land and a dog i'll come show you some time,but this time of year your'll be lucky to find a fox to ground to be honest.PM me and we'll sort something as i'm in south Norfolk and work in Suffolk so none it is far from me..
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  6. Chicago today is like NY 30 years ago. In the early nineties the NY homicide rate was about 2500 a year. NYPD stop and frisk brought the homicide rate down to below 600 a year. These cops were accused of racial profiling . Reality is the saved thousand of lives.
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  7. He would need matching /colour co-ordinated P/j.s for it to work
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  8. Vehicles are ok on some ground but not all , they cant get to places you can on foot sometimes. I do all my lamping on foot plus it keeps you fit and the weight off.
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  9. Ken never mentioned it .
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  10. Two year old, see what wind she's got this season.
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  11. I used to teach my daughter to shoot with subs up the skeet club and they are easy on the shoulder, but not much quieter and you have to increase your lead by a good margin too . My advice, don’t bother with the subs unless noise disturbance is a real factor.
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  12. I asked that question the other week and it descended into a farce. Cheers, D.
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  13. A great read Ian . You come across foxes like that now and then . Some people like football or fishing or drinking. But for me there is no greater pass time than the pursuit of a truly worthy opponent . I am about to enter my busy foxing time when my birds go to wood . I could honestly do without a clever one now .
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  14. I preferred blackmouth above the others.None of the type we had were registered. Most growl alot and walk around bristled up.They have just enough bulldog in them to get them in trouble.I have seen a few that were catchdogs they never bayed a day in their life. Catahoulas can be just as good but are more eccentric.Some are gun shy man shy or man eaters. Most blackmouth or catahoula curs do not have as good of a nose as hound but tons of grit. They will run a hog by sight or nose whichever they need.The last BMC I had would listen for hogs standing on his hind legs,running through briars
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  15. Tell us a bit more about the catahoulas mate
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  16. Sure a man of your talent could bodge something from this mate!!
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  17. 3/4 lakie 1/4 boarder
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  18. Ventilation is also vital. I work on a lot of bizarre building projects, everything from shepherds huts to timber frame barns to Nissen huts to silo conversions. Steel buildings aren't bad to do but you want high and low level ventilation and at least a 100mm air gap between that and the framing. Use breather membrane on the outside of the frame and insulate inside it. We are doing the lower half of a grain silo at the moment, converting it into a toilet block for a conference room, it can be 35 degrees in the loft where there's no insulation but lovely and cool inside the conversion
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  19. I do like a man who has principles
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  20. What I want to know is does anyone sell electric walking sticks? I understand you can get electric scooters but I have never seen an electric zimmer frame or walking stick! Got to be electric, I think a diesel would be to noisy.
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  21. I know a fella who makes a very very good living clocking peoples motors so I'd say there's plenty getting done.
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  22. Sums up the liberal apologists in a comical way lol
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  23. I think they’re f***ing awesome, I really do. Especially the raised ones.
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  24. Keith Floyd was the daddy of TV chefs I reckon he had the best job in the world- travelling to all them places, visiting them markets, chatting to the locals, cooking nice grub and getting pissed - and he got paid to do it
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  25. Same size as her 2 sisters then, mine is the opposite mine just lies down beside me, carnt go anywhere without her following me about. Tbh sometimes you forget that she's is there she is just no bother at all but she was a lunatic before her last season mind, but she has settled down loads. Pleasure to own tbh
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  27. On checking the forecast I was relieved to see that there was a window between the thunderstorms of a few hours so decided to go and have a look for some rabbits. I had to dodge the showers a bit but not too bad. I initially headed to a bit of ground I haven't shot for over a year , got chased off 1 field by some frisky cows ( bovine variety ). Quite a few rabbits about so looking good but did get a couple with signs of myxy so hope it doesnt take hold. View from top of the hill....
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  28. My bitch on first one border x Lakeland and my dog. Norfolk x border let’s see your crosses
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  29. Another four young hatched yesterday all doing well hens feeding them
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  30. One of my satenets sat tight
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  31. No. Seriously, seem to be unlike anything We have here at all , proper interested In dogs Like those American cur types , edited to add that I’ve just seen why the laughs , totally unintentional , just interested
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  33. There's no two ways about it, a hilux is the way to go. Been there done it ect ect. You cover more ground, up there looking around, move position quickly. When Charlie disappears you can zoom Orf down the rod and come in and head the blighter from a different angle. You can go of to another bit of ground have a set there, come back and see if Charlie has come back out. Yep Hilux is King. And you can even leave KWIS a present for his blow flies by high speed airmail as you pass by.
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  34. Hondas one of the few Japanese firms not fitting Peugeot engines and European car parts, so they are still pretty good, only downside is the japs don’t salt there roads so don’t go overboard on underselling, check it underneath for rust and if it’s clean get it waxoiled should last you many years
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  35. Always take a mechanic mate when buying a 2nd hand car. Haven't owned a car for about 9 years now (don't need one here but if I do, I just borrow my mate's car) In Blighty, I used to just buy a 50 note runaround for me and a decent one for the family. Had a Nissan micra, I paid 50 quid for and it ran for 3 years.... right up until it got crushed for no insurance (ex cancelled the policy when we broke up and didn't tell me). @W. Katchum I'd just left your G's so when I got pulled... the car was full of ferreting gear, ferrets and a bloody great big machete, should've seen the coppe
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  36. Prone .? You guys have some very patient Charlies. They must be curious as to what you are doing setting all that stuff up. Nahh. Prone = Too low, can't see through the grass or any distance and laying in a load of sloppy sheep shit or soaking wet ground. I know a bloke who fixed a couple of hooks on the back of his jacket and hangs a rubber car floor mat . He sits on this and used a long Harris. it's quite effective but The downside is that somtimes the sheep shit slides off the rubber mat into his wellies when he stands up. He now unhooks the mat when he gets up and wipes it off befor
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  37. Keith Floyd definitely the best followed by Marco Pierre White a bit of stranglers whilst eating and drinking what’s not to like and as for Jamie Oliver and his soppy mate Jimmy and his farm that’s what the off button was invented for....
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  38. all these "celebrity" chefs owe him big time ,definitely paved the way for their careers!
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  39. I'm just waiting for captain obvious of the fun police to come along telling you its not practical/safe/feasible because....yadda yadda
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  40. This is one we made for my sons guinea pigs but should work for ferrets its a old T.V. stand
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  41. Sure what else would you be doing during lockdown. 
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  42. Picked her up last night
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  43. I'm on my way there right now to join the "Jock Lives Matter" protests and riots ! Oh ! Wait ! It's only black lives that matter, isn't it ? Cheers.
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