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What if I gave the Alsatian a helicopter hat and a couple of Gatling guns?

 

But in all seriousness guys, you mentioned Wild Boar and underwater Poaching. Would you say there is there a gap in the market there from your experience?

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Hi,

 

I am a Design student at Loughborough University and I am designing a product that will be used to give landowners and Gamekeepers in the UK more security against poachers. I just have a couple of questions that I would like to ask that will help me significantly with the research. It would be great to get some feedback from you! Thanks

 

-How does poaching occur on your land?

-What do you find to be the best defense against Poachers?

 

Hi CH - SUK

 

The Scottish Midge is the ultimate defence against Poachers.

They attack day and night .

They can burn the eyes , ears , neck and attack all exposed skin making any sort of concentration impossible. You can't set a net, cast , look through a scope , lay still , hide in heather lurk in the woods . They can choke a victim by clogging the air so thick you are breathing them in

I have seen them drive lurchers , terriers and sheepdogs to distraction.

 

I can sell you some of the west coasts finest most aggressive strains at a very reasonable rate

All you have to do is find a way of transporting them , keeping them alive and then you can unleash them at your leisure on the great game estates of the south as the ultimate poacher deterrent.

In the form of a big Hoover or improvised explosive device to release the midgies . Sorted

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Greenshank1. What a dream response. I tried my best but youv'e bettered me bya mile.

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What if I gave the Alsatian a helicopter hat and a couple of Gatling guns?

 

But in all seriousness guys, you mentioned Wild Boar and underwater Poaching. Would you say there is there a gap in the market there from your experience?

a few knarly bits of rebar in the good slow pools is as much of a deterent as i needed.... :D

 

seriously thou i know the answer to what your looking for! THE best poacher deterrent their is...caught tens of thousads of poachers of all kinds hill deer and fish! tried tested but forgotten :thumbs:

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Well if you don't pull it off, remember that old saying... 'If ya cant beat em, join em'! ;)

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Ch-SUK, Done the lot mate from speargunning to nettng to hooking and a lot more besides. Iv'e been with the best of them and can say that is not poaching. When you pit your wits against someone who lives in our Thirld Planet then you are against the best. The challenge is unbelievable. Similarly, when out in the field or forest wild animals will outdo most opponents. Except the bullet. I hope your end thesis has explored the whole cycle. It's an amazing world we live in and to think that we have just found over 30 new species is quite incredible.

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Ch-SUK, Done the lot mate from speargunning to nettng to hooking and a lot more besides. Iv'e been with the best of them and can say that is not poaching. When you pit your wits against someone who lives in our Thirld Planet then you are against the best. The challenge is unbelievable. Similarly, when out in the field or forest wild animals will outdo most opponents. Except the bullet. I hope your end thesis has explored the whole cycle. It's an amazing world we live in and to think that we have just found over 30 new species is quite incredible.

i have to agree thier! fish poaching is the sport of kings..........

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why on earth would you wanna stop poaching?? Beggars belief lol

Nobody would ever believe you were poaching Meat, not strutting about in the clobber you wear

That's the plan, if ever caught, plead insanity lol

just ask them to help you back to the minibus

I just start singing the song from singing in the rain and dancing about and they usually leave me be

Is that with your skirt tucked into your knickers and wearing the big size 12 frog eye wellies

You know me so well

There's only one Mushroom

 

T'fuuk :laugh:

I have muck boots not froggies I was refering to the friendly intimacy you share with Meat, but why would a spanish gigolo need any form of knee length water protection anyway

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What if I gave the Alsatian a helicopter hat and a couple of Gatling guns?

 

But in all seriousness guys, you mentioned Wild Boar and underwater Poaching. Would you say there is there a gap in the market there from your experience?

It's all about the plasma cannon these days college boy

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Hi,

 

I am a Design student at Loughborough University and I am designing a product that will be used to give landowners and Gamekeepers in the UK more security against poachers. I just have a couple of questions that I would like to ask that will help me significantly with the research. It would be great to get some feedback from you! Thanks

 

-How does poaching occur on your land?

-What do you find to be the best defense against Poachers?

 

 

 

let the lads hunt, give them permo and you wont get poached and probably will stop other poachers for ya

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Hi,

 

I am a Design student at Loughborough University and I am designing a product that will be used to give landowners and Gamekeepers in the UK more security against poachers. I just have a couple of questions that I would like to ask that will help me significantly with the research. It would be great to get some feedback from you! Thanks

 

-How does poaching occur on your land?

-What do you find to be the best defense against Poachers?

 

 

 

let the lads hunt, give them permo and you wont get poached and probably will stop other poachers for ya

 

its that old thing isnt it...if your botherd with poaching let the biggest baddest b*****d have permission and tell him to keep the rest away

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