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LAMPING DOGS FROM VEHICLES VS LAMPING DOGS ON FOOT

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much prefer walking seem to get alot more whilst on foot, but i supose driving makes it much easier to get from them b*****d game keepers lol :tongue2:

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Some of theres replys make me wonder if some of yous have ever even done any proper lamping for the car...!! Like i say i like both but would never shout down too anyone just cause they dont do it my way....

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Foot everytime.

From a vehicle is Shameless lamping-Hunting.

Feet on the Ground and Work with your dog.

 

Can't agree with that max, if you have got 3-5 thousand acres to cover then a truck or gator is very much the order of the day

 

Under a thousand can be walked easily, but you would do well to cover more in a night than that IMHO.......

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I think some folk have the wrong idea with what way some folk lamp from a 4x4 cos the dogs run along the side of the car in a sense ur not dropping the dogs off as soon as u see a bunny cos u will be getting dogs in and out of the car all night long and I can see why some folk don't like the idea off it from the tales I've read on here were folk are cutting fences and wrecking fields and smashing gates which for the life of I can not understand why u would have too cut a fence too lamp but I can see why there is a negative view but if there was any damage done while I was lamping I know I would be the one that has too fix the next day so I think u have too look at the individual person lamping and not the idea of it

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plian and simply out the motor much better out and on , or open gate dog out runing along side of motor up to it , and on . and dead. catch more depends on the game you want dont get the bigger stuff that night and the dogs realy havnt had a good run then off to the fields for a few wherlls on the long ears

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emagine in oz usa its all from the truck?? different wide open space hunting ferral pigs, dogs and cats.

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Foot everytime.

From a vehicle is Shameless lamping-Hunting.

Feet on the Ground and Work with your dog.

 

Can't agree with that max, if you have got 3-5 thousand acres to cover then a truck or gator is very much the order of the day

 

Under a thousand can be walked easily, but you would do well to cover more in a night than that IMHO.......

 

Just save some of ya thousands of acres for another night.

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Foot everytime.

From a vehicle is Shameless lamping-Hunting.

Feet on the Ground and Work with your dog.

 

Can't agree with that max, if you have got 3-5 thousand acres to cover then a truck or gator is very much the order of the day

 

Under a thousand can be walked easily, but you would do well to cover more in a night than that IMHO.......

 

Just save some of ya thousands of acres for another night.

 

Depends how the night turns out and bearing in mind it would have been a journey to get to any of the places that I goto that are that size, if it's slow you keep moving or you may be over and done in a few fields......you never know.

You know all this already so I am not telling you anything new, there's no set rules as you know but sometimes a set of wheels is the only way to get the most out of a place same as walking may be on another place. Atb

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