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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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Theres some small minded people spouting some pish on here but its making me laugh..... :laugh: Thats it you keep it up cause its only fat millionaires that shoot birds on driven days costing thousands of pounds isn't it folks.... :doh:

 

no pal its not just rich folk because me and my boys are poor and we catapult down what flies over on our permission , so please dont descriminate us poor people as we enjoy the sport aswell

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Theres some small minded people spouting some pish on here but its making me laugh..... :laugh: Thats it you keep it up cause its only fat millionaires that shoot birds on driven days costing thousands of pounds isn't it folks.... :doh:

 

no pal its not just rich folk because me and my boys are poor and we catapult down what flies over on our permission , so please dont descriminate us poor people as we enjoy the sport aswell

Read my post again and you'll see thats exactly what i'm getting at!!! Theres plenty working class lads out there working hard to have a bit of sport over the winter and theres c**ts happily out there gloating about spoiling it. It comes to a head in the end one way or the other!!
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On your land they are your birds, had shoots purposely feed to bring birds into the area and not put birds down.

There is always a surplus that spread from the shoot, most peoples rough shoots rely on birds from other shoots.

 

Least the old chaps enjoyed them, known a few shoots in Hampshire where the game dealer doesn't bother picking up the birds because they are flooded.

Shame really, they should donate the birds to people.

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got some ground next to a big shoot, you get loads come over my ground,,, the same nite i have a mooch over me permision,, get some for the pot,, and some old lads who eat them,, took snipe to get some.. what fell in awkward places,

good to see your out and about even with the moon up.

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39 guests looking at pheasants.

On your land they are your birds, had shoots purposely feed to bring birds into the area and not put birds down.

There is always a surplus that spread from the shoot, most peoples rough shoots rely on birds from other shoots.

 

Least the old chaps enjoyed them, known a few shoots in Hampshire where the game dealer doesn't bother picking up the birds because they are flooded.

Shame really, they should donate the birds to people.

Actually most peoples rough shoots release some birds as well so they cant be accused of stealing the neighbouring estates birds. A rough shoot syndicate if they have an ounce of decency will put down atleast half what they shoot in a season. Respect!!!!!
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How much are pheasnts to buy these days? is it still common practice for the big estates to bury the birds they shoot?

Alot of money....£3-£4 per bird at poult age! And its not common practice to bury birds ffs, infact if they do that then they should never get to release another bird on the estate.

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How much are pheasnts to buy these days? is it still common practice for the big estates to bury the birds they shoot?

 

£6.95, oven ready, at the Game Dealers in Newcastle. The last time I was beating, the Dealer was only paying 25 p each for them, so the shoot owner let us take as many as we wanted, as it wasn't worth him transporting them to town.

 

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How much are pheasnts to buy these days? is it still common practice for the big estates to bury the birds they shoot?

Alot of money....£3-£4 per bird at poult age! And its not common practice to bury birds ffs, infact if they do that then they should never get to release another bird on the estate.

 

£3 to £4 for a bird off the game dealer? excuse all the questions iam just interested :thumbs:

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How much are pheasnts to buy these days? is it still common practice for the big estates to bury the birds they shoot?

Alot of money....£3-£4 per bird at poult age! And its not common practice to bury birds ffs, infact if they do that then they should never get to release another bird on the estate.

 

£3 to £4 for a bird off the game dealer? excuse all the questions iam just interested :thumbs:

Never bought a bird from the game dealer but looks like Charts has answered your question. When i had shoots all the beaters and pickers up were welcome to take any birds away with them. Theres no money in them unless you have hundreds each week.
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got some ground next to a big shoot, you get loads come over my ground,,, the same nite i have a mooch over me permision,, get some for the pot,, and some old lads who eat them,, took snipe to get some.. what fell in awkward places,

well done mate won't be long be fore i will be taking a trip or 2 with the s310 lol keep at it
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Never bought a bird from the game dealer but looks like Charts has answered your question. When i had shoots all the beaters and pickers up were welcome to take any birds away with them. Theres no money in them unless you have hundreds each week.

 

What did you do with the surplus birds?

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