Jump to content

Longshanx

Members
  • Content count

    118
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

76 Excellent

About Longshanx

  • Rank
    Born Hunter
  • Birthday 26/09/1975

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Teesside
  • Interests
    Being out with my rifle. Oh and beer i like beer, not at the same time though!

Recent Profile Visitors

533 profile views
  1. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    Thanks Ian
  2. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    What trail cam do you use? Been looking on eBay, do they all record video or just take a snap shot when the IR is triggered. 12mp or 16mp? Been bitten a few times buying off eBay so any recommendations would be great
  3. Longshanx

    The usual suspects

    Yeah yeah rub it in why don’t you Its that wonky sight you sold me Managed to get it zeroed at 75 yards now so I can’t use that excuse anymore Chuck one of those near the trees at the stables chucked one in yesterday I’ll see if it’s been taken on my way home tonight.
  4. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    , I suppose I might be overplaying the mate card a bit to much there
  5. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    I know what, you get yourself lathered up in fox lure and I’ll send you over to hide in the trees to see if it turns up. Bearing in mind if I don’t see it walk into the trees your getting bummed by a fox due to the fact I’ll have no clear shot
  6. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    There is definitely a chance he’s been shot or ran over M, we were discussing that last night. Ive dropped a hare in the trees near where it was seen so I’ll be check to see if the baits been taken. I have considered the idea of distance marking too, as I do struggle sometimes with night distance.
  7. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    It was hardly Broke Back Mountain And it was Orlando with poultry Thats probably why he never turned up, doesn’t like cheap dog food
  8. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    Thanks for the input Ian. Certainly something to think about purchasing Dont get the time to go every night and look round, so it’s definitely a good idea
  9. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    Let’s hope. One good thing is we didn’t have to wait in the open as we’ve got an open shed as a hide. Nice and dry and out the wind
  10. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    I’m the same, work dictates when can go shooting unfortunately. I’ll keep baiting up around where we seen it. luckily I can just pull up on the road and jump the fence so don’t have to walk ages to bait up
  11. Longshanx

    Bloody Typical

    Well been out tonight with Stavross to see if Charlie would turn back up. Spotted him last Wednesday night about 20:30, so got there tonight about 19:30 and chucked a bit of dog food about to keep it on the spot to take a shot. So we waited, waited and waited a bit more, roughly about 2hrs. Bait down, then the rabbit distress call on Stavs fox caller and the dirty little blighter hasn’t got the courtesy to turn up Not having a good week this week. Nothing at the other stables and zilch tonight. Thought I would have got something from the smaller stables to keep baiting the permission we were at tonight but nope, not to be. Its a good job I enjoy the walk out. You can’t have it all, all the time.
  12. Longshanx

    Drone Strike!

    Anywhere Whisky is thrown into the deal is always good Bet you wish you still helped that keeper? Sounds like the perfect partnership.
  13. Longshanx

    Drone Strike!

    In your case U I can understand your frustration.The keeper sounds like a right lazy git and you are doing his job for him. A keeper that doesn’t carry a gun?? Has he got a catapult in his back pocket just incase Sounds like the land owner needs a new keeper.
  14. Longshanx

    Drone Strike!

    If a keeper asked me to go and clear foxes from his land I’d be more than happy to oblige. Wouldn’t care if it was his job or not. All permission is good to have in my eyes!!
  15. Longshanx

    Just back from the new bit

    Nice one thanks Stav will do
×