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Lloyd90

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About Lloyd90

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  • Birthday 14/02/1990

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    South Wales, Kenfig
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    Rough Shooting, Wildfowling, Boxing, Working out! Keeping fit, Gundogs, Working dogs. The odd drink :)

    Just trying to find land to hopefully set up some shooting for me n my dogs to enjoy :)

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  1. Dave Lissett ones are probably the best ones I've ever seen. There's a cocker one called working cocker wildside, biggest load of shite I ever seen. Bloke has about 10 what look like show bred cockers, "hunting" about at a slow plod, about 5-6 feet in front of him. If the bird I was hunting was ever that close I would go over and kick it up myself. Nice type of dogif I suppose your on an estate with 10,000 birds in a woodland and you just want to bumble along bumping them up with your dog ignoring everyone of them. Not really hunting IMO but there we go.
  2. I would teach a really solid recall, teach the dog you are great fun to be with and do little play games of hunting and obedience for the first 6 months. Get the dog out and about but coming back on recall in lots of different places. I wouldn't do loads and loads of retrieving, especially if you want the dog to go beating. A beating dog flushes game but hardly ever gets sent for a retrieve. I trained my springer like the books etc say, then after a flush he was always looking to go and retrieve that bird. Easier to train a dog to flush and ignore the bird and carry o
  3. That is one real handsome dog!
  4. How big are your block kennels mate?? Run size and sleeping box size?
  5. If you had a block built kennel block (so indoors) would you want the dog in a small enclosed sleeping box or just in the open on a raised bench? I have seen lads do both just wonder wondered which people use and why? Both need to be up off the floor obviously.
  6. I have lots of mates over in the UK that are from Ireland as well. Dogs are not seen the same over there as they are in the UK from my experience. They are not seen as babies and kept in houses spoilt and all that crap. I think a lot of those dogs in Ireland are in the kennel, come out to hunt, and then back in the kennel. I know a LOT of people in the UK and more and more of them keeping their "working" dogs inside the house. I am not saying it means they're not workers, but a dog that's in the house has to be trained, have manners etc, otherwise it would do your hea
  7. Ai, if they were so much better then why develop the "new lines"... I know trial lad who had straws off one of the old top sires from the "old stuff" that was massive and apparently hunted like hell. He also had a modern bred dog at same time running alongside it. He sold off the old style bred pup, he said the modern pup not only hunted faster and had more style, it hunted just as hard, hit cover just as well and was easier to train to handle and retrieve. I think people can look back at the "old type" and romanticise about them, without having to run them side by sid
  8. I've got a trial bred springer, he will smash the hardest cover in the world if he thinks there's game inside, but he won't go in for nothing. I reckon he missed game on days with poor scenting conditions when he can't smell if there's a bird inside cover or if the area of cover is massive.
  9. They must be some dogs over in Ireland, just from what I seen hunting thick punishing cover with not a lot of reward. I do have to ask, what they do to train dogs to get inside and hunt that sort of cover, considering they are going in for hours on end with hardly any flush ...
  10. Lloyd90

    Mincer

    I used a manual one recently to mine a Roe deer with some belly fat and it was a tight bother. The meat came out more like mush than mince. Id never get one. Maybe an electronic one be better.
  11. Youd have more luck / better chance buying a Euromillions ticket... at least then if you win you can buy the land. They don’t want to do any actual work, and looking into the insurance details etc etc of letting someone run about their land with a firearm will be the last thing they want to do.
  12. I’d stick an auto feeder, or even two on it considering it looks a decent size. Get the feeder to spray food out about an hour before dark, as duck (I believe) will flight in as it gets dark and feed overnight. If you can push them off in the morning. I’d leave it until October to establish, if you can get there regular to push them off in morning you should see how many are about. Come October shoot it once a fortnight, don’t over shoot it as they’ll just leave. Stick some wooden pallets up if you can to make a nice hide .
  13. He’s not overweight or really unfit but I don’t walk or run him on ground with nothing for hours on end, as I want him to run in trials ideally and he has to come out running. If you run them too long or on ground with no game they can start to pace themselves and just plod about. My mates done it with his two cockers, he takes them on big walks and walking holidays they might be out for 3-4 hours at times, when he brings his dog out to hunt now it just walks from cover to cover don’t run at all, so I am trying to avoid that. In the season I imagine hunting on gam
  14. It’s finding the spot with plenty of rabbits that’s the hard part.
  15. They need to be running alongside a bike or similar then really?
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