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millet you go out late come back late thee there unless you devait from the plodds usal hidey holes lol ,theyl give upp after a while , ps there not driving crops at this time of year and the grass parks must be kinda wet are they not

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Had a brill night out with RobertoM and our bull x's. Just a short trip out, but the conditions were perfect a good wind and quite a mild night, the fields were fairly boggy in places though. It was

animals they get whats coming , only time ive went on crop was if its hard and dry to hide behind a hedge out of vandals and car jackers eyes lol ,what tearing over sown feilds and root crops ive know

All day yesterday prior to lamping was spent mincing about 100 rabbits, and various other stuff Andy. If i never look at another minced rabbit it will be too soon My coal man took six of the rabbits

animals they get whats coming , only time ive went on crop was if its hard and dry to hide behind a hedge out of vandals and car jackers eyes lol ,what tearing over sown feilds and root crops ive known guys to get close to a spot if there was a hard frost drive down the tramlines of a feild to get were they were going but not drive them like a stubble whats wrong with getting dropped off and picked up , sory moll hijacking [bANNED TEXT] post , i would need a personal vendtta to vandalise an other mans living ,

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millet you go out late come back late thee there unless you devait from the plodds usal hidey holes lol ,theyl give upp after a while , ps there not driving crops at this time of year and the grass parks must be kinda wet are they not

Millet is right Whin. We have loads of winter crops here ;)

Have no problem with one for the pot poachers, but these guys are here constantly driving the fields, so much so that the Lord who owns the land sent letters out to his residents telling them what to do if they see a lamp in a field. Unfortunately other peoples selfish actions make it impossible to do your own stuff on your own land, it is heartbreaking. Luckily most of the times i have been stopped by police they have been ok with me....even had one at the house making enquiries after deer were found dumped, he asked for me to show him how to gut and skin rabbits :D

We are also suffering around these parts with theives coming and taking farm machinery, quads and even sheep. So the police presence is higher than usual :thumbs:

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Had a brill night out with RobertoM and our bull x's.

Just a short trip out, but the conditions were perfect a good wind and quite a mild night, the fields were fairly boggy in places though.

It was Stella's first proper night lamping this season, firstly she was getting back into condition after her season then she was recovering from injury, so he wanted to take it nice and easy with her.

A good bit of walking, more than we actually needed but my inbuilt sat nav is still broken :icon_redface: Apart from the odd 'I told you it was that way' Robbie was very patient bless him :D

I did not get to see Stella run much as we went our seperate ways, but what i did see she was loving getting back into the swing of things, a lovely calm steady lass, and very tolerant of my idiot, especially when he pulled out of my hand once and caught her rabbit :doh:

Rude boy did me proud tonight, he missed very little, he had some good long runs, the kind when the dog is just a small blur at the end of the lamp, never mind the rabbit. His behaviour is just about back to normal, returning straight away, although some of his retrieves, especially ones sent over a fence were not the best, but most of them were ok. He is a pleasure to take out again, he knows his job. And no evidence of another funny turn. He managed 17 rabbits when we called it a night.

 

And i got pulled by the police on the way home again...because of my car! But they were very pleasant chaps, over the moon that i caught and gutted my own rabbits. Whilst i was showing one officer the contents, the other one approached after doing a check, he said "Last time you were stopped they said you had about 40 rabbits, looks about the same again" and one of them even called me 'A top lass' :toast:

 

A most enjoyable night with a total of 25 rabbits in under 3hrs....not bad for a bit of bully :D

 

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Never been a one for a bit bully in any form or guise, but talking in numbers laways gives me a twitch....Canny going Moll, well done

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Nice one Roberto,Moll and the dogs too!! Nice haul of bunnies there...few for the mincer like Millet says :thumbs: .ATB Andy. ;)

All day yesterday prior to lamping was spent mincing about 100 rabbits, and various other stuff Andy. If i never look at another minced rabbit it will be too soon :D My coal man took six of the rabbits away with him and the rest will be going in the freezer...........untill next time :D

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Well done Moll and Roberto . . . A few folk have said nice to see Rude back on form :hmm: What's been up with him Moll

 

There's been a few pic's taken over the year's in front of them door's :thumbs:

 

Well spotted Breeze :D Said the same thing to Robbie last night. That place hold some brilliant memories for sure.

 

Rude has some kind of seizure about 2wks ago out lamping.... http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/topic/227427-running-dog-cramps/page__fromsearch__1

I'm not worred now though, think it had just been a combination of things that night :thumbs:

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Never been a one for a bit bully in any form or guise, but talking in numbers laways gives me a twitch....Canny going Moll, well done

Thanks pet....going off bullies myself if the truth be told :laugh:

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Had a brill night out with RobertoM and our bull x's.

Just a short trip out, but the conditions were perfect a good wind and quite a mild night, the fields were fairly boggy in places though.

It was Stella's first proper night lamping this season, firstly she was getting back into condition after her season then she was recovering from injury, so he wanted to take it nice and easy with her.

A good bit of walking, more than we actually needed but my inbuilt sat nav is still broken :icon_redface: Apart from the odd 'I told you it was that way' Robbie was very patient bless him :D

I did not get to see Stella run much as we went our seperate ways, but what i did see she was loving getting back into the swing of things, a lovely calm steady lass, and very tolerant of my idiot, especially when he pulled out of my hand once and caught her rabbit :doh:

Rude boy did me proud tonight, he missed very little, he had some good long runs, the kind when the dog is just a small blur at the end of the lamp, never mind the rabbit. His behaviour is just about back to normal, returning straight away, although some of his retrieves, especially ones sent over a fence were not the best, but most of them were ok. He is a pleasure to take out again, he knows his job. And no evidence of another funny turn. He managed 17 rabbits when we called it a night.

 

And i got pulled by the police on the way home again...because of my car! But they were very pleasant chaps, over the moon that i caught and gutted my own rabbits. Whilst i was showing one officer the contents, the other one approached after doing a check, he said "Last time you were stopped they said you had about 40 rabbits, looks about the same again" and one of them even called me 'A top lass' :toast:

 

A most enjoyable night with a total of 25 rabbits in under 3hrs....not bad for a bit of bully :D

 

Rude172112111.jpg

 

Rude17211211-1.jpg

did his gel smudge his face?
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