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  1. What more could a lamping/ferreting man want! Christmas Eve I went to drop a couple of bottles of plonk off to the the farmer of the little sheep farm I do the farmer said lovely cheers for all your help I’ve got you a gift but your have to come back the day before new yrs day Eve I was like ok mate so arrived at the little farm he handed me a piece of paper with a name an phone number on it he said merry Christmas mate he said tell him I told you to ring any way I gets home rung the number a very well to do chap answered an said hi d I’ve heard your a pretty decent rabbit catcher (I don’t lik
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  2. Me and Ella decided to have a 3 night hunting trip up north. It worked out we would come back on my birthday, ideal for me to go and see my kids. We took three lurchers (Bud, Pip and Trudy) and my two young ferrets (Big rich and Titch). We started by lamping saturday night, conditions were decent but we struggled getting close enough for slips. We struggled on and caught 7. It was getting on for 4am when we had finished lamping and we had a late start the following day. Anyway we pitched up the van on the first day and then headed off out ferreting for a few hours. We caught anoth
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  3. Well everyone it’s subs time again for the fell and moorland just thought I’d post a few pics of a couple of rescues Iv been on since joining the club. The best tenner these lads have ever spent.anyone wanting to make a member go to the clubs website and find the rep nearest to them
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  5. I,m still here when I can borrow my daughters internet, but my life worry’s have somewhat changed, it’s all about having enough water, wood and gas to keep us warm and fed, woke up to this today ( the roof is red ) which was even more beautiful as I got the central heating on the boat working yesterday after 8/9 years since it last worked, was quoted 2k to fix it, so done it myself for £10 of parts and a couple of days of my time, also taking the dogs out for 2/3 good walks a day as I don’t have a garden now, so life is full and busy but still loving it
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  6. Don’t know about other areas , but round here there are dog walkers everywhere. went out first light with two cockers , two terriers and a Bullx , so looked like Colne Valley beagles walking up the street. all was well all dogs milling about , lurcher set off and marked a pile . old Charlie away , nice to see I thought. while I was doing the nature watch thing my little bitch had dropped in. I’d only taken her to try and get some condition back on her , she’s got four week old pups at home. she bolted a small one , presume vixen , didn’t slip because of snow on the roc
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  7. another handy one for the young dog
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  8. "Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty we're free at last " ! Bye Bye EU Cheers.
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  9. A few out of a little wood today
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  10. My old mate yesterday with his 3/4 whippet 1/4 saluki been a good little dog for him daytime and lamping man 76 still out running his dog
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  11. Got invited to a chicken farm today, they'd lamped 50 last night with terriers. I took the busher, didn't manage any kip last night so was a bit hanging but met up with some decent lads, they had a mini digger and away we went little dog did okay, ate first couple of juvenile, killed a few and retrieved them live and dead. Great fun, I left early afternoon, they had a total of 150. So all in all a good day an some cracking little dogs....
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  12. Can’t beat a good walk with fresh snow fall few things tracked and caught Plenty miles covered Quick snap ov them posing
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  13. Back to School, boy can draw a nice picture to explain what he did Sunday.
    23 points
  14. Another one for the young bitch today. Got it Handy at 1.0m
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  15. Many years ago i would go to a place called Gilmerton Edinburgh to spend the New year with my Uncle Pat and his Family and while i was there i would often go shooting or out with the Ferrets once we went on a large estate owed his old Commanding officer to bolt Rabbits for the Gaffer and his two Sons. The day was cold and bright and the Rabbits were flying out from all the smaller Sandy sets which were chosen to ferret and after every time a Rabbit was shot they all seemed to have a swig of Whiskey , there were plenty of digs but they were shallow and easy for the Liner to find ,
    22 points
  16. We had 2 litters last year, one went great and a few lads off here had kits out of it, the later litter was an accident, but didn't go so well...the mother had a funny one and killed a few kits, we ended up taking the 3 live kits out and 1 died leaving the last 2 being hand reared by my daughter..they stayed in her bedroom and it was a fight to get them back in the court!! Lol Fast forward 6 months and today was the first outing for this pair, I took my old Jill as well and planned on doing a few ground buries in the hill side...just me my daughter ferts and dogs... It turned into a
    22 points
  17. Took the girls up the moor for an afternoon in the snow.
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  18. Sneak peak at the new video. Thanks for looking
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  19. Since one of my very good dogs is getting on and near to retirement I decided to mate him to a good bitch .Now he is the bitches grandfather ,him and his sister are hard hunters who never give up and the dams family has produced some very good dogs over the last 25 odd years .Now a week old.So the dog I used is the puppies Great Grand father .
    21 points
  20. Well my lots have gone to bed, been and got some logs gonna see in brexit and new years sat by the fire pit in -3 , while dogs enjoy a warm one in the house. Happy new year's all.....
    21 points
  21. Oul boy got out today....
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  22. couple of handy digs to the young dog yesterday
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  23. Came across this whilst salvaging pics off photobucket .Few years ago now but one of my favourites .
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  25. This is an old photo of my mum with her uncles trial dog, English bull terrier photo was taken around 1963 look at the difference in them now
    19 points
  26. Hope everyone is keeping well both physically & mentally too during these uncertain times..just wondering how you all have done regarding working your dogs this past season what with all the restrictions & lockdowns we've endured, obviously some places of the country more so than others..have you been lucky enough to carry on pretty much just like always or have you just had to write this season off & look forward to what will hopefully be a better one later in this year? On a personal level I've been very quiet this past season really as I've not travelled across the country as I
    19 points
  27. Young hopeful 15 1/2 months now
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  28. Another one under the young dogs belt.
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  30. I was up and out this morning having a bit rake about in some local spots with the old dog and the youngster. The old lakey let's you know if anything is home, dropped him in a 2 holer and sat back. After a bit baying and bumping and banging out came charlie. Off she went for another day, back in the house for 08:45.
    19 points
  31. Collie bull greyhound, very honest dog. Knows he's job very well, knows the sweet spot every time. Lamping him 3 night a week when the moon is right. If I had the time he would lamped 5 nights.
    19 points
  32. I kill the greys, to support the reds and they are coming back nicely where I am
    19 points
  33. came across this little chap today while mooching with little dog. he looked a bit weather beaten from last nights storm but a rest I think he will be OK.
    19 points
  34. Had some news half hour ago whilst out walking the dogs to the passing this morn of a lad from our village . A local hero although he would never want to be known as that or for one moment see himself as that . A Royal Marine who seen man on man action down the Falklands as a 18-19 year old . Never spoke about it and a all round decent nice bloke from a decent nice family . I remember the day like yesterday as 11 year old school kids we were all allowed out of school and up to his parents house to welcome him home . a well deserved RIP RiP and God Bless GS
    19 points
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