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lifelong cumbrian

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lifelong cumbrian last won the day on November 2 2018

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About lifelong cumbrian

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    Extreme Hunter
  • Birthday 20/03/1963

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    Cumbria
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    Ferreting, fishing, lamping, air rifle hunting, making things. I also have a keen interest in photography.

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  1. i do great with the pipe traps, make them in aluminium and plastic pipe.
  2. rabbit numbers been poor local to me for years, im out trapping moles and never hardly see a rabbit, bits we ferreted as kids in the 70's are barren and have been so for a few years.
  3. i knew a fella in the 80's put his border dog on a whippet, fella rated the pups highly. They got plenty of work. I never saw them myself.
  4. got some doing £5 a mole round my way. Be doing it on the fly though.
  5. did a few more flatpack trigger loops, this time i made some stainless rings and soldered them on, stops them going through the loops
  6. My flatpacks are about 4 yrs old, still like new being stainless, I have other cheaper duffus that are rusted to hell after the same time. Flatpack are well worth the extra money to me. Had a few going through the triggers, closed them up a bit and pushed them forward but not 100% successful, I then put the stainless washers on one to try, I thought the weight might spook the mole, but it works brilliantly, I believe the weight actually helps, you can get them set very kittle, and something important to me the moles are caught around the ribs so as humane as possible. I have about 150 flatpack
  7. I like flatpack, I tried a tweak on a one a few months ago, tacking a stainless steel washer on, what a difference to catch rate, I am doing all my flatpacks now, can’t fail with them. Since I can’t use a welder no more I silver solder them on now.
  8. All you need do is pick up a mesh when putting first clove hitch on then cut back surplus running line and melt end with a lighter
  9. Just tried that with a wide grommet, put on one clove hitch then other on top. I always secure my end pole running lines with a nail knot to lock it in, just do same with this, will go nowhere, wide grommet and 3mm running line. Excellent idea that tomo, everyday is a school day
  10. Yes thinking about that Tomo you could easily change one section of running line by just putting 2 grommets on each pole (top or bottom line). If you used a wide grommet you could probable get 2 glove hitch knots in the same grommet.
  11. thanks mate, decided to look for a 4wd 300 big red or a trx350
  12. I’m nothing but positive Jimmy, it’s my third go but it won’t be stopping me mate, that is certainty
  13. thank you jimmy, yes i need to look into it. you are right being here is the main thing, looks like me mate is going to be the shooter now and im relegated to carrier lol. Hope you are feeling better mate.
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