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AndrewEdwardDennis

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About AndrewEdwardDennis

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  • Birthday 10/11/1986

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    Swadlincote, Derbyshire
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    I like a variety of field sports, my main passions being Ferreting - working them on rabbit,shooting- rough and lamping, working terriers on rat and other quarry and also there training and entering, lamping, shooting, trapping and TRYING my hand at snaring..I am in no way a "professional" in all the sports I have listed, but I have a bloody good time doing what I do. in my eyes, you Can't beat a nice cold sunday morning shooting or ferreting a heavy set watching your ferrets work and in the afternoon unleashing the beast in terriers :)

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  1. No, I haven't been in to field sports for a short time, dont talk as tho you know me, and as for my attitude, says the one that started his topic with "what a complete dick".....fail. Come on Andrew, you posted this in October this year ''I have done a bit of ferreting but I'm really getting in to my running dogs now. I am 24, honest and genuine and live in swadlincote, derbyshire - still looking for a pup of my own but when i do get one it would be nice to have a sort of mentor and bit of experience in the field before i get her. so if anyone that works there dogs along this way and willing to take me out with there dogs please get in touch.'' Please try to listen to folk with more experience, you will learn a lot more and get a bit more enjoyment from the forum. Pernod pernod, I made that thread when I was getting my FIRST LURCHER pup looking for someone to help me bring it on I have been shooting since I was old enough to obtain a certificate and before with me father.
  2. and do what with it when he's caught it, he says only has an air gun use your brain, relocate it. Use your brain......dont post shit like this!!!!! Totally irrisponsible. Never mind the legallities. If you relocate them your just passing the problem onto somebody else to deal with. Foxes dont live on thin air. There will be a keeper somewhere nearby who doesnt want his pheasants killed. There will be a farmer somewhere nearby who doesnt want his sheep killed. There will be a kid somewhere who doesnt want to go up the garden one morning to find his pet rabbit scattered all over the place. Use your f*****g brain indeed!! Jesus! foxes are wild animals they are not f*****g pet dogs they will find a food source and another foxes can NOT take down a sheep you clearly dont know what you are talking about that is a myth that foxes take sheep if you had any understanding of the fox or even seen one you would know that is bollocks they make pick up a DEAD lamb but no way could they take down a sheep you moron and also, as part of esponsible stockmanship you would keep your animals stock proof, to prevent a fox from getting in to any livestock that he would be capable of killing. USE YOUR BRAIN and come back when you know what you are talking about Have you ever been out the house, you certainly spout some p*sh. Foxes definately take healthy as well as sickly lambs. Pernod I have farmed sheep for over 7 years and delivered thousands of lambs and even tho there is a very healthy fox population on our 600 acres I have never once encontered a live lamb taken by a fox. it is a load of bollocks. foxes will take dead lambs but they will not take live ones and as for a fox taking down a full grown sheep?? go back to sleep you moron. you obviously have never seen the size of a fox compared to a full grown ewe or tup. a fox attacked kids in there sleep in the own bedroom yet it wont take a lamb in its own back yard sorry mate but ive seen dead ewe`s with their faces eaten off overnight.im not saying your not telling the the truth but perhaps the foxs in your area have a healthy food supply elswhere but what would happen if that food sorce dried up. a fox is opportunist scavanger and will take what it can when it can foxes are becoming more and more "humane tame" thanks to towny people thinking that the fox is a fluffy cudderly wild animal, and feeding them, hence drawing them closer to human interaction hence the reason for the one off attack on them kids. I understand from reading the papers that the children were screaming, crying at the time, the fox responded, as it would in the wild to a screaming rabbit but i strongly believe that this incident is the fault of the townys by feeding them and bringing them closer to urban areas and making them "tame".
  3. No, I haven't been in to field sports for a short time, dont talk as tho you know me, and as for my attitude, says the one that started his topic with "what a complete dick".....fail.
  4. how do you know, or anyone know, that the lamb was not already dead before having its faced chewed in to? You don't. Because it is a picture. as for a cat, look on youtube, a cat aint no easy meal for a fox, a cat would soon see it off. if anyone is making them sound like an idiot, it is you LOL
  5. and do what with it when he's caught it, he says only has an air gun use your brain, relocate it. Use your brain......dont post shit like this!!!!! Totally irrisponsible. Never mind the legallities. If you relocate them your just passing the problem onto somebody else to deal with. Foxes dont live on thin air. There will be a keeper somewhere nearby who doesnt want his pheasants killed. There will be a farmer somewhere nearby who doesnt want his sheep killed. There will be a kid somewhere who doesnt want to go up the garden one morning to find his pet rabbit scattered all over the place. Use your f*****g brain indeed!! Jesus! foxes are wild animals they are not f*****g pet dogs they will find a food source and another foxes can NOT take down a sheep you clearly dont know what you are talking about that is a myth that foxes take sheep if you had any understanding of the fox or even seen one you would know that is bollocks they make pick up a DEAD lamb but no way could they take down a sheep you moron and also, as part of esponsible stockmanship you would keep your animals stock proof, to prevent a fox from getting in to any livestock that he would be capable of killing. USE YOUR BRAIN and come back when you know what you are talking about You stupid c**t. Go back to camp anti you spastic. You are probably the only member on here that refuses to accept that foxes take lambs. I love the fact that just because I refuse to accept that foxes take lambs the first thing that comes out anyones mouthes is "anti" change the record. I farm sheep. And never once have I had a lamb taken by a fox even tho there is plenty of foxes about.
  6. and do what with it when he's caught it, he says only has an air gun use your brain, relocate it. Use your brain......dont post shit like this!!!!! Totally irrisponsible. Never mind the legallities. If you relocate them your just passing the problem onto somebody else to deal with. Foxes dont live on thin air. There will be a keeper somewhere nearby who doesnt want his pheasants killed. There will be a farmer somewhere nearby who doesnt want his sheep killed. There will be a kid somewhere who doesnt want to go up the garden one morning to find his pet rabbit scattered all over the place. Use your f*****g brain indeed!! Jesus! foxes are wild animals they are not f*****g pet dogs they will find a food source and another foxes can NOT take down a sheep you clearly dont know what you are talking about that is a myth that foxes take sheep if you had any understanding of the fox or even seen one you would know that is bollocks they make pick up a DEAD lamb but no way could they take down a sheep you moron and also, as part of esponsible stockmanship you would keep your animals stock proof, to prevent a fox from getting in to any livestock that he would be capable of killing. USE YOUR BRAIN and come back when you know what you are talking about Have you ever been out the house, you certainly spout some p*sh. Foxes definately take healthy as well as sickly lambs. Pernod I have farmed sheep for over 7 years and delivered thousands of lambs and even tho there is a very healthy fox population on our 600 acres I have never once encontered a live lamb taken by a fox. it is a load of bollocks. foxes will take dead lambs but they will not take live ones and as for a fox taking down a full grown sheep?? go back to sleep you moron. you obviously have never seen the size of a fox compared to a full grown ewe or tup.
  7. and do what with it when he's caught it, he says only has an air gun use your brain, relocate it. Use your brain......dont post shit like this!!!!! Totally irrisponsible. Never mind the legallities. If you relocate them your just passing the problem onto somebody else to deal with. Foxes dont live on thin air. There will be a keeper somewhere nearby who doesnt want his pheasants killed. There will be a farmer somewhere nearby who doesnt want his sheep killed. There will be a kid somewhere who doesnt want to go up the garden one morning to find his pet rabbit scattered all over the place. Use your f*****g brain indeed!! Jesus! foxes are wild animals they are not f*****g pet dogs they will find a food source and another foxes can NOT take down a sheep you clearly dont know what you are talking about that is a myth that foxes take sheep if you had any understanding of the fox or even seen one you would know that is bollocks they make pick up a DEAD lamb but no way could they take down a sheep you moron and also, as part of esponsible stockmanship you would keep your animals stock proof, to prevent a fox from getting in to any livestock that he would be capable of killing. USE YOUR BRAIN and come back when you know what you are talking about
  8. Couldn't agree more ....just started using 116's on rabbit (from protrapper) no going back to Fenns for me body grip traps are brilliant, still use the fenns for rats and squirrels but gradually I will be building my body trap collection up. very impressed with them
  9. it is a wild animal, a forager, it would work it out. Yes, it can contravene the animal welfare act when relocating, and yes, you do need permission to release the fox on land, if all them methods have failed, get someone to dispatch it.
  10. and do what with it when he's caught it, he says only has an air gun use your brain, relocate it.
  11. I like most words big , or small. In the right context and the right place. Of course. There are approximately 750k words in the English language of which approximately 220k are in everyday usage. Your average university graduate has a vocabulary of approximately 6K= depending upon the subject and the university. Your average Daily Star reader has a vocabulary of less than 1k. The average HTL member...........well who am I to judge. We are all subject to human nature. What matters is what you do with it. You can opt to get down in the sewers with the rats and the detritus or you can opt to climb the stairs to the fresh air. Personally I prefer the fresh air. It is blatantly obvious that you allow the strong flavours to proliferate. You only have to glance at the language used on a great number of posts to appreciate that. Is that good, do you like being associated with the language of the gutter, do you like to see it used in every other post, or would you prefer to be associated with and see something more positive? Praise the lord!..I mean, Gerfalcon. Do apologies
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