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they belong to who ever catches them wether its a boy catching a bunny, a bop catching a poult or a heron catching a trout. You catch it, its yours lol

Exactly God put them there fora reason no one owns a wild animal

 

Wild??? Pheasants??? Deer parks? Etc.

 

Big difference between poaching some bunnys etc and a lot of other stuff, some poaching does basically involve robbing someones stock, taking their assets etc.

 

Not saying don't do it, that's your call. But you've got to accept it is what it is, and not try to make out the keeper as an arsehole if he catches you and batters you!

 

You can hardly blame them.

didn't mention deer parks once did I and yes pheasants are wild once released into the wild and fair game to anyone who wants to take one for the pot don't like it don't release pheasants into the wild to put it simple plus good luck to any keeper who tries battering me as he wont get far I tell you that

 

I don't poach anymore but the keeper near me could not batter a 5 year old kid he is about 65 bow legs and about 5ft 3 16 stone

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Hi lads i have a seven year old boy and he's got a beddlington whippet so be prepared coz he will be a poaching b*****d.😂😂😂😂😂

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Good on the 15 year old - anything that catches thieving poachers has to be a 'good thing'. Time everyone saw poaching as theft and it lost the 'romantic' tag.

Give them all a criminal record - no more shooting.

I have no time for theft and thieves of any sort.

Any wild or released animal or bird belongs to no man,no matter how much land they own and the amount of folk they pay to cater for their needs.The facts are that 5% of the population own over 90% of our Isles because of the side they took around 1066.Its land that was earnt through theft and is brushed aside as history now and certain folk are still hell bent on regulating ancient statutes that were put in place to protect the b*****d landowner and punish the serf.The serf deserves the same access to our Land and the fauna it holds more than the b*****d landowner that hides behind ancient statutes that were less than democratic.Ive more than enough time for an honest keeper that needs to protect his job,salary and family,ive no time for a keeper that takes that task on with relish.

 

 

Anarchy is a foul brew, feeling sorry for yourself is reprehensible. I own a bit of land but have been invited to shoot on a far greater amount. A lot has happened since 1066, even though you may wish it hadnt, to support your unusual view.

Poaching wild game is criminal, the right to take it runs with the land and belongs to he who owns it - i am sure your view would change if it was your land or you paid for a shooting lease.

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Good on the 15 year old - anything that catches thieving poachers has to be a 'good thing'. Time everyone saw poaching as theft and it lost the 'romantic' tag.

Give them all a criminal record - no more shooting.

I have no time for theft and thieves of any sort.

Any wild or released animal or bird belongs to no man,no matter how much land they own and the amount of folk they pay to cater for their needs.The facts are that 5% of the population own over 90% of our Isles because of the side they took around 1066.Its land that was earnt through theft and is brushed aside as history now and certain folk are still hell bent on regulating ancient statutes that were put in place to protect the b*****d landowner and punish the serf.The serf deserves the same access to our Land and the fauna it holds more than the b*****d landowner that hides behind ancient statutes that were less than democratic.Ive more than enough time for an honest keeper that needs to protect his job,salary and family,ive no time for a keeper that takes that task on with relish.

 

 

Anarchy is a foul brew, feeling sorry for yourself is reprehensible. I own a bit of land but have been invited to shoot on a far greater amount. A lot has happened since 1066, even though you may wish it hadnt, to support your unusual view.

Poaching wild game is criminal, the right to take it runs with the land and belongs to he who owns it - i am sure your view would change if it was your land or you paid for a shooting lease.

 

i can understand regards birds on any ground, as ive done alot of beating over the years, if say birds = partridge have been disturbed , and there no shooting there the following day, or the same with pheasants moved away from the owners woods . So yes if you paid alot of money to shoot on that ground, yes you dont want anybody around there . But if you not by any woods , and not by any partridge's , your just in fields after rabbits , or the odd charlie that you might bump into , you doing No Harm , and after all if you got the od charlie , that helping any keeper deff. The bottom line is they dont want anybody on there land, and it was the same in 1930s and it no different now , but getting few rabbits ,they keeper landowners etc should turn a blind eye to it . :yes::yes:

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What a bunch of plebs 😂 I'll f***ing hunt and take whatever I want from anywhere I want!! Yer good one. Wether you like it or not some one owns that land. So that's theft. If you get caught your a shit poacher and if your writing on here admitting it your even weirder 😂 Keep your stories private and don't give people more of a reason to hate hunting!! And to the bloke that wrote on here good luck to the keeper that catches me 😂 You must be hard as f**k mate 💪🏻💪🏻

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What a load of bolloxs got bored reading all this fruck the keepers they want it all to them selfs keep off my land (try and stop me ) the right to roam comes to mind . And that twat that started this thread as not been back on here after opening it lol a bit of advice to any keeper who likes strutting his stuff there's only one way ----(ALL THE WAY ) ✌️

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 he  lad who lived next door to us was not the cleverest Poacher in the World but he was one of the Gamest , he would catch the Bus at Melton and travel to Grantham  and then walk back by the  fields Shooting anything he saw with a 22 Rifle I went with him a couple of times and it was good fun for two Fourteen year olds ,once when I was with him the stopped just outside Croxton Kerrial and there was a Cock Bird strutting under the Spring Water Pipe that was used to fill the Steam Engines  , Geff opened the Window a let Clang,  jumped off the Bus and retrieved his Bird , nobody said a word , that is how the World turned in those days  Live and let live and if you got owt from the Man ……..Good luck to yer.

Any of you Super Poachers ever pull stunts like that ?

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2 hours ago, BGA said:

There is no right to roam in UK law. 

What you on about mate the trespass law was abolished 4 years ago it's a civil matter now between land owners not a police matter unless its armed trespass then that's a different matter for sure all hunting with dogs is banned don't know were you get your info from 🤔

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The trespass law was never abolished. A landowner can force you to leave and use reasonable force to do so and bring a civil prosecution against you.

The only places there is a "right to roam." is open access land.

People's fields and private estates, private woodlands etc are not open access land. 

https://www.gov.uk/right-of-way-open-access-land/use-your-right-to-roam

 

 

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