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First Flight On The Mud Of The Season

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Barry Chuckle stick to shooting tame geese and leave the wildfowling threads to the adults and stop being a dik

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you always jumped in with your views.the dog jumped in has soon has you shot not good has it could have spoilt your 2 and 3 shots .has for leave it to the adults don't think the shot was anything special it almost landed.i don't know how it came so close must have smelt the s--t coming from you mic dik

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I'd guess shooting on the tidal, a quick retrieve is needed before the bird is lost, or that's the way I'd look at it anyway.. A bit different from a grass field in Yorkshire I'd dare say??

But just to point out, as the dog came from me I know that dog isn't miks ;-)

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Another quality post from you again LESBRICK full of knowledge and wisdom

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mic dik :laugh::laugh::laugh: your fukin brilliant ....theres no way you thought of that all on your own :laugh:

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Two cracking vids there ... Your wee lad was obviously chuffed with that fish lol .......

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He loves to get in amongst it Socks ...he has had a few sea trout but has still to catch his first salmon he lost a grilse earlier in the season ...I think I was more gutted for him than he was

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Nice report and video's thanks for sharing. I was on Montrose a couple of years ago but had the flights totally ruined by a couple of fowlers walking on late then leaving early. Awesome sight though.

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That is the problem Terry especially with visitors .....I have never seen so much geese than this year the sky is black with tem going over my house at night ....in years past there is around 700000 but im sure there is alot more this season ...they were late this year ,must of been a decent summer in greenland ...I have some videos wil try and get them on here I am going to the basin tomorrow night to get a vid off them coming off the fields and going into roost it has to be one of the most amazing wild life spectacles in the uk

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Got to agree fella, I was fortunate in that I bagged a couple of pinks early on, but best part of trip was sitting in the church yard watching the geese flight back in, it seemed to last for ever and the noise was incredible. I may drag my mate and myself up there again one day. We go to the Tay every year so its not to far, worth the extra drive just to witness the sheer numbers. Nightmare trying to book dates that are good tide wise though.

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Like mik I really miss the geese & hearing them morning & night & miss getting out on the mud at them.

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Give me a shout next time your down this way and we will have a craic ....you finished the grouse ?

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Good do fatty, I'd be planning a trip up myself if I wasn't flying backwards and forwards to ireland and generally f***ing about.

 

You should invite Lamely Harrold Gedge out mate and show her what killing a bit of gear is all about, or have you done it already and he is another one who's arsehole fell out ? ;)

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