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  1. ,I have 100s of photos but time on this must be called so lads hope you enjoyed my little tour.No matter where in the world we are to be found ,we all share the love of our dogs & sport what ever that maybe .I'm proud to call myself a hunter ,good or bad
    17 points
  2. This is what it actually is, it’s called a Leeds and Liverpool short boat originally used to transport goods, but instead of a cargo hold its got accommodation, this one was made for somebody in 1995 and is one of only one in existence, which is why I didn’t want to shout to much about it, as it is probably worth quite a bit more than I paid for it, unlike a normal narrow boat it’s also capable of coastal travel and would get across the channel to France without to much difficulty, it has an enormous engine and tanks for fuel and water, will get it kitted out with solar panels over the next co
    16 points
  3. What's the common denominator? Cheers, D.
    9 points
  4. Me too , I was read the riot act on Sunday by the wife , my youngest daughter who is 25 brought her boyfriend home for Sunday dinner . It’s only the second boyfriend she had brought home and she seems keen , and I’m keen for her to move out , so I behaved myself, made a bit of small talk , tried to sound interested in his job , good grief. Nobody told me parenting was this hard .
    7 points
  5. You should throw your hat in the ring mate, I,m sure we’d all be a lot safer with someone with your level of hind site in charge, I can just see you and the trump putting the world to rights double quick time
    7 points
  6. It don’t have to be a half x to half cross it can be tweaked to the cross % you think might suit your needs I’ve bred collie beddy Lurcher hybrids that’s what I keep use now they tick boxes for me an our little click that use the type they can just be used for a bit of everything no matter what the job is there not specialists dogs for one job
    6 points
  7. 6 points
  8. Back out again today trying earths round pheasant penned areas .another fox bolted and shot .
    6 points
  9. 5 points
  10. Really looking forward to this one ,think Dobson is his best option ,but should be an exciting game ,just hope the player s don't let the occasion get to them .
    5 points
  11. Not long after my daughter started school I was picking her up when two other dads came over & asked if I'd like to join their "dads rules" WhatsApp group....I'd rather boil my own head in a bucket of piss! "No thanks"
    5 points
  12. Has the grey fella got himself in the munch bunch max ?
    5 points
  13. The upside of permission, is being able to rock up, crack on, no looking over your shoulder, do what you like with little stress etc. Maybe not as fun sometimes but if you have the right ground it’s handy as for the dogs!
    5 points
  14. Puts me on 126 this year
    4 points
  15. So, I picked the .223 up and a bit of ammo to see me through the lockdown
    4 points
  16. Socks why don’t you use your gift in a good way and kill cwis packham and king.
    4 points
  17. Well when I say cloth it was a piece of old sack that was covering our septic tank but it was old cloth to us
    4 points
  18. The Independant.........that’s anything but Independant ! Lol
    4 points
  19. Greyman ...We’ve done all the insults and I hope there’s no hard feelings .This enforced period off has made me realise life is too short for shit like that . From now on its pure discussion which I hope you’ll reciprocate . The scrapes you have photographed are roe scrapes used by bucks in spring and the rut and again by does in the autumn and winter .The claw marks you refer to are front hoof scrapes ,nothing more ,seen them many ,many times .Muntjac do same only on a smaller scale .Hope this helps .There is a roe slot centre frame ,middle pic .They are used to scent mark ,territo
    4 points
  20. Best place to be mate. My missus moans at me for being grumpy & never talking to other people etc but i told her, if everyone was as antisocial as me then we wouldn't be in this mess!!
    4 points
  21. Mine 8 months old brother and sister
    4 points
  22. Any pics kiwi bird or office skirt im not fussy
    3 points
  23. Looks like I will still be rough shooting, stalking and foxing
    3 points
  24. Champion stav what’s the mod.? And you didn’t listen you tart , where is the 55g ppu soft point you’ll need more kitchen roll than that mate to dry your eyes when you keep missing you made the best choice pal , enjoy atb
    3 points
  25. They say if you love your job you will never work a day in your life again ...never a truer word
    3 points
  26. It’s 3-1 down with 20 minutes left to play...... ”I’m not having this !!.......Pass me my jeans Ping Pong, I have work to do !!”
    3 points
  27. Well she still does but I’m not worried about her leg being as much as a concern anymore. She’s just turned 7 months and is a baw hair off 24tts. Sure on her feet and lightening quick with it. Perhaps ready to try a few low jumps
    3 points
  28. I was speaking to a keeper on a commercial shoot a minute ago about the lockdown and one of the problems he mentioned he could be facing is disease. Normally the birds are being moved around and their numbers thinned out. November can be a wet and mild month . There could be a real problem with micro plasma and respiratory diseases. I was also talking to a fairly high ranking police officer who shoots with us and he knew this lockdown was coming days before we did , he was telling me that as far as he knows the lockdown “will” end on December 2nd and thereafter a tier system . Loo
    3 points
  29. Had a trip up to the RFD and purchased the Hawke 4x16x50 ir fast mount scope. Came in at £97 which is ideal for the air rifle. But in true form I didn't stop there, ended up also purchasing the Hawke Endurance 600m range finder My Mrs hates me when I go to the RDF, I always come out spending more than I say
    3 points
  30. Aye mate hopefully, she’s been hanging around with the auld terrier too much and not enough big dogs.
    3 points
  31. Keep an eye out GM for these two in that sort of area. The Winter Chanterelle that the browns one with the yellow stem which is hollow, it has what looks like a cabbage leaf affect on the under side of the cap. If you find one you will probably find hundreds. Nice taste and dry really well. The Hedge Mushroom that is a robust irregular white mushroom with spikes instead of gills. Keeps for ages just scrape the spikes off. Both should be around now in the woods. Cheers Arry
    3 points
  32. Sire - working whippet Dam- collie/lab pictured at 5 months old. As expected she turned out quite heavy ,but I really only bred her as a later brood bitch to have dogs by some of my faster running dogs .She is a keen worker always out there hunting in cover .Due the dry areas rabbits favour in nz .these usually incudes huge wind brown trees. I like to have my running dogs with a thicker leg ,fine legs hitting a hard baked branch or root at speed can only out have the one outcome,given that my dogs are broken in hunting these areas,accidents can & do happened ,Id rather
    3 points
  33. There’s one species that’s non native in this country that needs a proper cull ...., and it’s arriving in dinghies down in Kent
    3 points
  34. Oh well that's it then shoot the lot, we cant be having that now can we. Hold on. Have these scientists ruled out modern farming practices! Are these scientists the same type of scientists that developed pesticides associated with the decline of wild bees? That brought about mad cow disease? Hold the phone....
    3 points
  35. my old beddy bull grey bitch 23tts...loved teeth and could fill a freezer, could turn her hand to anything you showed her... had some serious stamina for a small bitch
    3 points
  36. 2 points
  37. No panick buying here, Ive got 400 rolls of bog roll and half a ton of pasta left over from last time..
    2 points
  38. I was a keen pig hunter but these days my legs have worn out & I now require a couple of new knees .Doc said its either pig hunting then a wheelchair or rabbiting & alot more time before the damn wheelchair lol so simply put pighunting don't pay the bills & with more time I may not make the chair lol . At times we carried huge boars for miles up and down steep ruff hills ,this fella weighted in at about 160 lbs .pictured at the end of a 3 hour carry of about a mile ,not far but in tight think country it was further than it damn sounds .....far further
    2 points
  39. Nobby was a freak of nature, 5 ft 6 inches, very poor eyesight but a ferocious ball winner who often stretched the rules a little. I remember he had Eusabio in his pocket in the world Cup semi final. He was an animal on the pitch but an approachable bloke off it. He would always give us kids his autograph and have a joke with us. Yet another with dementia. Rotten way to go.
    2 points
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