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o well youlle learn something lol if you cut the good from the winde ups there some silly beggars on here poor lost souls , couldnt catch a rabbit in a phone box ,its ashame the great game is posted ob daft sirea with sillier daft pics at times , were realy if youre doing well you never sho pics and hardly say to much when and were

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If the keeper was any good he'd have kept his birds on his own ground,his fault if they wander and get took by someone else on their land.We all know it's only to do with money(with running a shoot)an

It does indeed make you wonder.....   I went to London to try and save hunting. If I thought for a minute that I was marching to give people the right to wander around at night shooting pheasants o

Nothing wrong with pegging a bird or two, (apart from raising Lab's blood pressure ) !! LOL !!     Cheers.

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o well youlle learn something lol if you cut the good from the winde ups there some silly beggars on here poor lost souls , couldnt catch a rabbit in a phone box ,its ashame the great game is posted ob daft sirea with sillier daft pics at times , were realy if youre doing well you never sho pics and hardly say to much when and were

my photography skills are on a parr with your literacy skills :laugh:
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hey less of that got a smst on site managment firstaid you beggar had to write properly that day , ay college , i thought you liked the slang keesp them thinking and the plums scratching there heads , i bet youve had some laughs ,

i dont know how you keep it up :thumbs: having a laugh keeps you happy and feeling young :laugh: beats worrying about the arthritus,heart problems and the state of the euro :laugh:
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no artharitis as yet ,still in my early forties , and gave a few heart problems, and dont no what the euro is pounds or dollars for me lol , you bee trying to net any more hares we used multi mono salmon net you can by sheets of it 8 feet high a hundrd yards long , we set them down to 4 , plenty aging was round dyked feilds years ago maybe 10 plus and before that 25 years ago ,home made longnet we stitched up

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no artharitis as yet ,still in my early forties , and gave a few heart problems, and dont no what the euro is pounds or dollars for me lol , you bee trying to net any more hares we used multi mono salmon net you can by sheets of it 8 feet high a hundrd yards long , we set them down to 4 , plenty aging was round dyked feilds years ago maybe 10 plus and before that 25 years ago ,home made longnet we stitched up

 

?? come on now!! :D

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no artharitis as yet ,still in my early forties , and gave a few heart problems, and dont no what the euro is pounds or dollars for me lol , you bee trying to net any more hares we used multi mono salmon net you can by sheets of it 8 feet high a hundrd yards long , we set them down to 4 , plenty aging was round dyked feilds years ago maybe 10 plus and before that 25 years ago ,home made longnet we stitched up

spent months making a long net a few years ago, used sissal from the garden shops, it weighed a tonn when it was wet, made ditch shitter some larger nets for catching greyhounds :whistling:
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i can knock a net up quite quickly but you can by bass net salmon net a fraction of the time and money you can buy nylon gut whatever ,there someares were there lots of hares in walled ares and just use gates broken bits of walls ,great sport with net if your reclain them to pastures new ,

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ye they were , guys at the waterloo were asking good prices for live hares to take back over to the south of ireland i heard they got a [bANNED TEXT] few and paid the money ,i no a place were you could get 50 to a hundred but an organised thing, ive coursed there back in the hinties , very remote and along walk there or a 4 x 4 , the rspb bought the land but they net the hares once in a while, my old mate was beating there 3 seasons ago to have ahare count, to keep numbers healthy as they get pox on there faces with over populatins its a saluki mans dream shingle and rough grass ran my dogs there but only had a haf cros colie with me , its still lifting caut tons on lamp and rabbs ,its a shot back in history , all old mod place from second world war , good cod place in winter of the shingle and whiting to , sea on one side river on other ,so there kinda trapped unles they swim , but a massive tract of land

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ye they were , guys at the waterloo were asking good prices for live hares to take back over to the south of ireland i heard they got a [bANNED TEXT] few and paid the money ,i no a place were you could get 50 to a hundred but an organised thing, ive coursed there back in the hinties , very remote and along walk there or a 4 x 4 , the rspb bought the land but they net the hares once in a while, my old mate was beating there 3 seasons ago to have ahare count, to keep numbers healthy as they get pox on there faces with over populatins its a saluki mans dream shingle and rough grass ran my dogs there but only had a haf cros colie with me , its still lifting caut tons on lamp and rabbs ,its a shot back in history , all old mod place from second world war , good cod place in winter of the shingle and whiting to , sea on one side river on other ,so there kinda trapped unles they swim , but a massive tract of land

know where you mean DW plenty on there :thumbs:
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