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Like my two lurchers, my lamping experience in limited..First time ive come accross this, am sure afew of you lads have good experiences of stuf like this?

 

Had Glen out last night, trying to work on him looking down the beam, lamped one rabbit, he spotted it to late and it was off into cover, as i moved the lamp a few metres to the left of were rabbit was, shined a fox lying faced in the rabbits direction.. Rabbit was a lucky fecker last night, if it was Kelt or i never shined it the fox would haveprobably had it.. Rabbit 1, lamper/fox 0

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I saw my dog catch a rabbit once :toast: was fecking amazing, hope to see it again one day

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I saw my dog catch a rabbit once :toast: was fecking amazing, hope to see it again one day

 

haha, i hope my two experience that one day...

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I once seen 2 crazy badgers sniffing glue and thought am gonna become un stuck and got the f**k outta there

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i once saw a young couple having sex in a farmers field one night ,and no im not a peeping tom dont know who got the biggest fright them or me

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see a beddy/whip/grey catch a rabbit once surprising as it let the rabbit know it was coming from 40 yards away

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see a beddy/whip/grey catch a rabbit once surprising as it let the rabbit know it was coming from 40 yards away

Hahahaha. What can I say? Beddy blooded are extra sporting like that...

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Lamped two guys getting stuck into each other a couple of years ago. The giver just smiled at me and carried on. Got a few rabbits that night too!

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lamped a place in north yorkeshire in the 80,s [marske] and came across one of the witches circle things with people dressed in white in a big circle -we ran like fxck!!

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lamped a place in north yorkeshire in the 80,s [marske] and came across one of the witches circle things with people dressed in white in a big circle -we ran like fxck!!

 

 

It could of been rhe kkk nice blokes them

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Before there was such a thing as lamp shy I regularly seen foxes running at soft mouthed lurchers while retrieving ,twice running into the dog.

I've had Barn Owls dive bombing at my head when calling in foxes.

The scariest was when I spotted two lads lying in a hayshed looking in the window of a local business man, casing so to speak.

One of them got down of the bales and walked towards me. I gave him the full lamp in the face and legged it. LOL.

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lamped a place in north yorkeshire in the 80,s [marske] and came across one of the witches circle things with people dressed in white in a big circle -we ran like fxck!!

 

 

It could of been rhe kkk nice blokes them

we would have been ok -were white oh and racist

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Plenty of nighttime ramblers joggers out at 2 3 am shaggers and and old man out digging who kept fiollowing us flicking his light each spot we went to

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me and me pal cought the local fish n chip shop owner stuck up one of the birds that worked in his shop. we put the lamp on the car and started shaking it lol.

dirty old twat was old enough to be her father . :laugh:

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