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    terriers ,lurchers ,shooting,gamekeeping in fact all of it .

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  1. foxdropper

    Changes to the general license

    Maybe add Wee Willy Winky impersonators to it .
  2. foxdropper

    Changes to the general license

    I think there is a certain amount of scare mongering on this thread and others .Just Cary on carrying on .
  3. Talking to a few lads today ,it’s only a technicality and will be reinstated very soon ,hopefully .Be open season on Packham then ,see how he likes it .
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    Jibb or more time

    First class post Corkman . Cubs can and do make a terrier look well below it’s worth and in company you are onto a loser before you even collar up the dog .Only had one decent bitch on cubs and she was tiny ,my Tilly bitch . The only way to persevere with a larger dog is basically to destroy the earth they are in by trenching on and following tubes ,a practice I hate but have done when trapping the unfortunate cubs has come a blank .You wouldn’t believe how tight cubs can get in ,smaller than your fist . Like others have said ,this isn’t the time of year for starting a dog ,neither is hole ending in any shape or form . Let the youngster teach you ,if it’s bred right , it will know more about the game than you do . Let the dog find it’s own hole to enter ,just you and the dog in an easy place ,no fuss ,no pushing ,no bollocking . Forget any other entering practice mate ,you are just geeing the dog up needlessly .
  5. Will be the start of something bigger if not nipped right now .
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    10 Churches attacked in a week

    Thou shalt visit vengeance ten fold .
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    Big Cat Sighting

    First came running in to a fox call miles away from any houses and paid the price .The second is the biggest cat I’ve ever seen .Pic dosnt do it justice ,hence the girlie gauntlets lol .Was released unharmed apart from a sore neck .
  8. foxdropper

    Big Cat Sighting

    Plenty of wild polecats in Wilts and Hampshire and like you greyman ,I’ve seen 5 wild otters ,4 in Wilts and one in Scotland . Ive also seen the large feral cats which I personally think are responsible for the big cat theory .Snared one and released and mate shot one .Got the pics too if no ones offended .
  9. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    Do you guide them on the zig or the zag Stopend .Can remember the thread but not the shot size .
  10. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    Now I see where the childish posts come from ,thought you were older be honest
  11. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    Brought up digging sand so know how to deal with it ,no pissy little holes ,no jumping in and no tunnelling on .A deep dig is daunting though
  12. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    Few ash tip round us too ,usually bits of iron work to contend with .
  13. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    The beauty of chalk is ,you are fairly certain quarry ain’t going nowhere given a steady mark .
  14. foxdropper

    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    All the upper ground round me is chalk with sand on the lower .Nice pics S .
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    SHOW US YOUR PATTERDALES

    Long handled chibbler .Perfect for every occasion .Like to see that dog shake itself clean though
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