Jump to content

albert64

Members
  • Content Count

    2,802
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

albert64 last won the day on March 16 2012

albert64 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1,679 Excellent

About albert64

  • Rank
    Extreme Hunter

Recent Profile Visitors

4,089 profile views
  1. Yes, but he's fine with me and mine yeh i had a kelpie x collie x grey bitch, was fine with me , but would bite anybody else , in fact she went for my wife and son one day, and she wouldn't have any other dog by her, she was very dangerous animal, she was 23 in and strong with it . i had to get rid of her could never trust her shame really was good in the day/night , but she was just a nutter . Mines fine with the family, but he's latched on a few times to the unsuspecting
  2. I've got a £5 coin some silly b*****d offered me £20 for it
  3. f**k that I cry like a girl if the ferret latches on
  4. I wouldn't put a warning sign up about a dog, if they can't see or hear the f***ing thing there's something wrong
  5. albert64

    Celtic

    I thought they were shite
  6. If I leave my nets in the back of the van until I go out next time they will be tangled sliding around. They also tangle around the rabbit...I know you only use trad nets. If a net is hanked up please tell me how it can tangle? Each loop on the pin is set in sequence then they are tied in place. True it is possible for the loops to pass through each other but because the loop is anchored in place at the root of the loop they will just pull out. Unless of course it is hanked wrongly. To be pedantic they do not tangle a rabbit they enmesh it TC Rabbits are only enmeshed if you have that
×
×
  • Create New...