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  1. The bill to ban hunting mammals with dogs in the North of ireland has been voted down today at stormont
    27 points
  2. Been out for an hour tonight, after 2 blanks I’ve waited for the right conditions and I chose tonight, slight drizzle and wind blowing and now we’re up and running, 3rd time lucky. I know any Lurcher should catch a rabbit but I’m proud of my dog he bought them back alive, near enough straight back to me (little bit of showing off from him) Praised him to high heaven, I must admit after I took them he wanted to get at them again before they went in me ruck sack I told him a stern leave it but he tried it, I suppose to be expected at first? The dogs 11 months old next week so very early days
    23 points
  3. Out this morning with the pup and the ferrets, got one out a single holer and another out a 6 holer, pup done well marked the single holer where we got one, showed no interest in another 2 holer where I run a ferret through anyway and got nothing and then marked the 6 holer and held in the net too.. Baby steps…
    20 points
  4. If he decides not to continue with the dogs will you tell him I've got a racing pigeon for sale PM if interested
    19 points
  5. We escorted father Christmas to our towns light switch on had a good laff n made kids and adults laff and smile , all of us on under 125cc bikes me on my 1972 pc50
    19 points
  6. Wee wander up the hill at first light to stretch the legs, pup got one run but it was a massive ask. Ferreting tomorrow though
    15 points
  7. nobody mentioned old phils books yet, in my opinion some of the best writtenand photographed by a man that has truly been there and done it for years,long before a lot of the lads on here were even born, an execellent writer.
    15 points
  8. My teckel pups hunting a flooded river
    13 points
  9. Found this of one of mine from a good few years back. Good, honest, game little dog.... Yokel
    13 points
  10. Or there abouts. 6:30 to 3pm. My body hurts! Took my 10g out for a good ole' walk starting with fox calling at first light. Nothing showed. I know one is about but I just can't seem to find the little rascal! Anyway settled into some bird hunting. There are way more woodcock this year and I got one. Seen seven today. Next up was a hen bird. Then on the way home I got two more cock birds. Absolutely jiggered. Game bag had three pheasants in it and a woodcock. Jess worked hard. She had a rince and food. The gun can wait, I'm getting a bath. Zzzzzz
    13 points
  11. I don't do "pretty" food I do tasty, wholesome food. I knocked up a lamb mince shepherd's pie mix last night that we had with rice, tonight when it had time to mature it went under a mixed veg mash topping and served with one of our savoy cabbage. It was indeed ansome. Pictures do it no justice whatsoever as usual.
    13 points
  12. A young man goes into the Job Centre in Sydney, and sees an ad for a Gynecologists Assistant. Interested, he goes to learn more. “Can you give me some more details on this job?” he asks the clerk. The clerk pulls up the file and says, “The job entails getting the women ready for the gynecological consult. You have to help them out of their underwear, lay them down, and carefully wash their private regions, then apply shaving foam and gently shave off the hair, then rub in soothing oils so that they’re ready for the examination. There’s an annual salary of $75,
    12 points
  13. Lewis Hamilton was interviewed on tv today ahead of the Saudi Gran Prix. He slagged the Saudi regime for their treatment of homosexual's, but he's still taking part. He will wear a rainbow coloured helmet to show his support of gays ! That'll teach the Saudis , eh ? Now it's being reported that his team are being sponsored by Kingspan, the company responsible for the flammable cladding on Grenfell Tower. He will wear coveralls and race in a car emblazoned with their name......... Hipocritical little shitweasle. Cheers.
    12 points
  14. its the chosen vehicle of lads breeding and testing proper dogs . if you turn up on the yards and theres half a dozen xsara`s parked on the drive you know the lads are bang at it ,
    12 points
  15. Hi guys, these are my mooching dogs. A 3/4 border collie x 1/4 kelpie and a 3/4 kelpie x 1/4 border collie. What are you guys mooching with? Thanks
    11 points
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  18. I’m enjoying having this half x kelpie around
    11 points
  19. Honest looking brace there Butty I've used all sorts for a bit of mouching over the years, and enjoyed the sport immensely. All I have today is a small Whippet /Collie hybrid which I bred for hedgerow rabbiting.. Obviously, she ain't up to much, compared with dogs who are more physically gifted, but we do have some grand old sport..
    11 points
  20. stew n dumplings
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  21. And yet, Europeans have advanced society way beyond these people despite them having such a head start in so many areas. The African invented the bow & arrow and decided to take the rest of history off. The Egyptians May have invented boats and built pyramids (all be it 2000 years after we were building places like New Grange) but the European took the boat and conquered the world with it. The Chinese invented gun powder and had art and culture, but vast swathes of that land are still in abject poverty living much as they have for thousands of years and boiling dogs alive fo
    10 points
  22. In reality white Europeans are punishing ourselves for our own success instead of thriving and prospering from a job well done.......this " white guilt " is forcing white nations to live totally backwards from nature and evolution because we think we " owe " something to weak,less successful groups.......as the old saying says " we have become the prey when we used to be the lions ".....does there never come a time when weaker groups have to fend for themselves ?
    10 points
  23. Had a lovely stroll down the Wirral way. Got off the train at hooton and walked to west Kirby. Roughly about 14 miles don’t quote me on this, and takes about 4 hours average . now for a well deserved cider or 2. Cheers atb Herron
    10 points
  24. Picture of the old boy now retired due to age and now only having one eye which leaves me looking for a pup or a ready worker. If anyone has any pups or a worker out there that are from genuine good working stock please private message me a genuine honest working home here. I totally understand trust is a issue and if I’m honest I can’t blame people but I’m 100% genuine and honest. Would ideally like a patterdale thanks in advance Jake
    10 points
  25. Simple burritos last night
    10 points
  26. I worked for the samaritans..tried phoning in sick 1 Day and they talked me out of it
    9 points
  27. A bit of joint effort on the squirrels thanks to a few fenny’s and the cee....zed. Plus another bonus one on the way back. All hail the .22
    9 points
  28. 16 finalists. Would be nice if the rough coated did well, they are rarely seen in competitive coursing these days. A broken coated as well.
    9 points
  29. Shows how cold it is, the wild turkeys came out as soon as I started feeding, normally they wait till I am walking away, they must be hungry.
    9 points
  30. The hunting ban was voted down today in stormont yeeeeehooooo
    9 points
  31. Yeah, I used to enjoy hosting dinner parties for my local brain surgeon, aristocrats, entrepreneurs, politicians......discussing the topics of the day and putting the world to rights. But with this damn Covid, it's now just me and the missus with our Friday night fish and chips ! ! Cheers.
    9 points
  32. This just the moose I shot this year which filled my freezer and freed me to go exploring during hunting season. Thanks for looking.
    9 points
  33. I'd be carefull what I label "child abuse". Wearing a paper mask, ostensibly to protect them, pales into insignificance compared to what I've been reading about those two aminals that tortured that poor little kid to death. I almost found it unbearable to read. The stepmother has got 29 years and the father 21 years. I hope they suffer every day of those years. Cheers.
    9 points
  34. Here's a few pics from out west.
    8 points
  35. Day 3 over and done with, it was one of the best days we’ve had ( so all the messages are saying), drive number one was the usual tip drive, from the off the birds were getting up over the guns at a good height and continued to get up right til the very end of the drive, drive two, Gordon’s pen, now although this drive is next to the tip drive and we knew some birds would of moved out from it, there was still a good show and the guns that were down on the forestry track had some very high fast birds over them. Now time for elevenses, soup, sausages with red onions, chocolate cakes and sloe gin
    8 points
  36. Saturday morning ritual...
    8 points
  37. Mini chicken dinner for one last night ( missus working late ) still made the gravy from scratch, none of that bisto bolloc*s, chicken and leak pie for tonight if she can drag herself away from the office
    8 points
  38. Noggin, Ned and Maud...
    8 points
  39. As Mr Green says it could as easily have been lost on a deer or something as it could have been dumped. Might be it jacked, or might be it’s nicked and wouldn’t get back in the motor or whatever. I try and get to them before they get shot or taken to the rspca. Generally scan them for a chip, see if they are stolen, and either way get them back to their owner if they’ve been looked after. If we can’t find an owner usually try to get them right and then find a home for them, either working or pets. I just had a dog KIA so if this one ends up without a home and is half decent it m
    8 points
  40. Chicken marinated in lemon, facetiming my kid and getting recipes from 8000 miles away, the marvels of the modern world.
    8 points
  41. Plenty of bad ones too trust me the old dog is fast closing in on retirement & I've decided we'll call it a day together it's been a great journey but both his & my body are as good as f###ed matey unfortunately.
    8 points
  42. I don't really get very worked up about this sort of stuff, but from a purely rational view of the facts, if this same stuff was common place in an indigenous population of a former European colony then it'd likely be considered insidious and potentially a watered down tactic of genocide. I mean, I don't for one minute believe the marketing teams of Matalan etc have genocidal or even political intentions they are purely reacting to the current socio-political landscape and this sort of stuff is what is deemed the most effective from a cost/benefit point of view. This PC ideology is mains
    8 points
  43. If you genuinely like a dog, you are half way there...
    8 points
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