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  1. Here we go. If this works there'll be two of her marking rabbits and one side view for a better idea of her build. She's difficult to photograph as she's one of those dogs which comes straight over as soon as I kneel down to take a photo at her level.
    19 points
  2. that’s my half bred pup just under 12 months old
    12 points
  3. Taking the lad away.... Packed air rifle, air pistol, fishing rod, bow and arrow, catapult, crayfish trap..... And beer
    9 points
  4. Got my first kid due this September, im looking forward to ticking stuff off that list with him
    8 points
  5. All my kids have a pocket knife/catapult that I allow them to carry and use if they are out with me...I've got allsorts laying about and they would never touch anything without asking me first,they can all make/start a fire,skin a rabbit...I let them do just about anything within reason...I'm happy to show or explain anything I did hunting/bushcraft wise that I got up too as a kid myself,den building,nesting..they are well switched on and I'm glad that they ain't no soapy cnuts like most of their mates....I genuinely feel sorry for their friends and the upbringings they will have...mam and d
    8 points
  6. Lancashire boys have landed in Dorsetshire.....ready to do all sorts of stuff that would give the woke brigade nightmares
    7 points
  7. I posted these pictures before on another thread, just checked and it was Sept' 2017. Seems like yesterday. I like them though. 1 of those times when you come across something at work that is far more interesting than the thing that you meant to be doing.
    6 points
  8. Probably going to get slated for saying this, but I think it's far too much and should be split up into multiple winners. You could still retire and have a nice life on less. Edited to add, I have never bought a lotto ticket or gambled, just never been my thing. Suppose u got to be in it to win it lol.
    6 points
  9. I was out early morning in the meadow at back of me house and see two adders basking ,they large population of them in this area along with sloe worms and green lizards
    5 points
  10. Honing her skills in prep for running out for SAFCwomen in future
    5 points
  11. Maxie and the grebster back ,Friday night ,decent book to dip into ,nice bottle of mead ...does life get any better
    5 points
  12. she she has been an absolute dream to train and get started hunting, she picks things up very quickly, iv put a lot of time into her to be honest, the lads I hunt with have pups out of the litter they are making cracking animals, this is her litter brother, the dogs seem to have thrown racier than the bitches, like I said they are only just 12 months old, this season will be their first full season
    5 points
  13. 51 tip over a drink shelf in Tesco as you search for the paw patrol power ball you have thrown in it 52 when out in public refer to people who approach you as “ b*****ds “ at every opportunity 53 when anyone you don’t know stops to chide you , ask them with all the sincerity you can muster if they “ want a fight like ?” 54 automatically assume that your scooter is capable of anything you decide it to be . Other people , road users , cats , trees and salt bins will automatically move if you shout “ I’m not going back to adventure city “ at full volume . 55. be asked
    5 points
  14. There won't be a fountain without a shit in it in all of London
    5 points
  15. Longer... Is that the missus in the pics mate ? If so don't let her read that post.... Love these "2" and you only name the dogs
    5 points
  16. I cannot understand how people pay these mad prices a mate whose involved in a shoot offered me a day for £600 a few years back and I thought he was on drugs, If I want a pheasant or two I go and shoot them simple as that, I suppose it’s the social side of things that appeals to some I’m glad I’m unsociable.
    5 points
  17. Eeling today; few hours netting and a few hours packing and freezing
    5 points
  18. Money doesn't buy happiness, but it sure takes the sting out of poverty It opens doors and creates experiences which make people very happy.
    5 points
  19. Considering it’s 185 you could use the last 50 mill to get maths lessons
    4 points
  20. Thought I’d give it an hour laid in the field with the sheeps, hopefully something shows, if not it’s a nice evening listening to the birds
    4 points
  21. They saw how easily everyone fell for covid mate what do we expect I tell you what though I won’t be getting any jab. mad ain’t it how covid isn’t even spoke about now cant believe so many people got jabbed
    4 points
  22. I am in a little syndicate and most of the lads in it including me do a lot more shooting than just the pheasants and partridges. I also shoot fox, pigeon, crows etc on the same ground as the pheasants. I am in two wildfowling clubs plus I have a pile of other ground to shoot over.
    4 points
  23. I remember years ago the Kukri was an household ornament lol . South Yorkshire Police are having a gun amnesty they put a pic up of one of the guns handed in and every fecker was praising them the gun was a Webley junior air pistol. lol
    4 points
  24. It sure is matey, as daft as it may sound, I never thowt day would come, when I took pleasure in having a Jimmy, ive just gotten in from feeding my foxy friends, I'm. Out with em for about an hour, I love it, four of em waiting for me, I'm sure the buggers would follow me inside if I let em. I enjoy my time with em, I really unwind, anyway lads Im going to get my head down now, I have an appointment with the practice nurse at noon, for a wound check, thank you
    4 points
  25. wind chimes
    3 points
  26. Deer are nothing but a pain in the arse. Shooting them is the easy part, then the ball ache starts. Gralloching, carting them, then doing something with them. You can’t just lob them under a hedge . Even the “deer stalking terminology “ gets on my tits. “ Glassing “ round here that gets done in a pub and generally means a trip to A and E . “Grassing a deer” wtf has it been dealing drugs, what are you going to grass it for.
    3 points
  27. An it's only transmissible through touch of skin,but all of a sudden it can transmit through respiratory droplets,an the w.h.o has called an emergency meeting. Don't worry folks we're in good hands,nothing to see here
    3 points
  28. Had a few days on the River Lot. First session resulted in no bites until after dark then the bream moved into the swim. No carp or barbel seen. Same the next day and a friend who lives locally picked me up and took me to one of his barbel spots. He got a bream and I blanked. On the last day I moved about 20km down river and set up in another place I found but didn't fish last year. Got two barbel, best just under 7lb. Back home today to make sure the sinisters in law get on the feckin plane.
    3 points
  29. Good luck to them ,and good luck to maxie .
    3 points
  30. By the time I had went back with camera was up and away
    3 points
  31. It’s what it’s all about, I’ve met a lot of good people through been able to take them shooting ( and some knobheads )and some of them have become good mates, if you come as my guest it won’t cost you anything because I’m in a position to let people shoot in my place, I’ve been to cracking places shooting with people returning the favour, I would of thought the fees will have to go up next season but at the minute it looks like there’s enough money in the kitty to cover this year, even if it went to 80/90 a day you still can’t buy shooting where we are for that money
    3 points
  32. Kids keep them busy haha that’s half the work done they all tire each other out
    3 points
  33. take em round the cobs be scoop from underneath with the front leg soon gets em educated
    3 points
  34. It’s not about the money for me, it’s about all the other shooting opportunities I get from keepering this one, I get to invite people that otherwise wouldn’t get to shoot somewhere like this, I wouldn’t thank you for a day shooting pigeons it just doesn’t interest me, each to their own, at least these that only go out shooting pheasants are not trying to get the shooting I like, we are lucky with our syndicate in that there’s only one knobhead the rest are a really good bunch of lads and lasses
    3 points
  35. Agree 10 mill split between 18,19 families would be better. Far too much money to get threw.
    3 points
  36. katchum already give him a warning you don’t turn up
    3 points
  37. She’s a belter.so easy to train too.
    3 points
  38. Mine identifies as straight!
    3 points
  39. 3 points
  40. In the wrong hands a spoon can be deadly
    3 points
  41. The Arabs have working dogs that are far from pure, lots of crossing in the past and present. Lot of galgos are taken over as they seem to improve their lines without giving many of the drawbacks of greyhounds re stamina and have a similar look. these recently to Morocco which begs the question why they need to import if pures are that great. So if people want a dog to run rather than show perhaps import working rather than pedigree animals would be better. these are Arab working dogs, certainly not pure lol.
    3 points
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