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5 hours ago, Greyman said:

No they were never there together the animal has walked along the hedge toward the camera and as it’s turned right to exit the field through the hole it’s arse has triggered the camera, I,m quite sure because of the circumstances that it is the cat I,m after as I also found claw marks on a log in the hedge that were the right size, for a cat, it’s been seen there by 4/5 different people and has left a couple of hollowed out carcasses in the same area, this is just the ground work I have to do before I start trapping the area properly next spring ,have spent 2 years putting all the pieces together before I start properly 👍

I know they weren't in the same picture lad. But look at the hight of the cow in blue, then look at the hight of that black rear end. Too tall for a cat of any sort. You have your trail cam way too high to capture anything walking that ditch. Even that cow circled blue almost walked right by your camera without getting pictured. 

 What was the purpose of putting the camera that high? You had the exact location, yet didn't set your camera up to capture anything using that pass🤔

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I will donate this camera to your cat hunting if you would like it  lumix fz72 60x zoom 

Spent the morning chatting to a taxidermist from the natural history museum,his friend is a wildlife enthusiast from manang,sets a couple of camera traps up at 5000+ meters,thin air mountain country,t

We I thought I'd let you know how I got on meeting greyman. Drove and met him at his, quick cuppa and we were off down the motorway to meet 2 witnesses who had,  had an incounter with what they believ

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Farmer, to me: " I've got a bloody badger coming out of that hedge, every night, and winding my penned dog up something terrible! Can you sort it? "

Me, after conducting a survey: " You've got no badgers anywhere near you. What ever it is, it certainly isn't coming through that hedge. My deduction is that it'll be coming from your sheds. That gateway forms a natural bottle neck. I'd say it'll pass there. I'll put my trail cam there, on that post. Tomorrow we'll see what it is. "

Next day ...

 

No arse ends with me. Full feral.

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20 minutes ago, Ken's Deputy said:

Farmer, to me: " I've got a bloody badger coming out of that hedge, every night, and winding my penned dog up something terrible! Can you sort it? "

Me, after conducting a survey: " You've got no badgers anywhere near you. What ever it is, it certainly isn't coming through that hedge. My deduction is that it'll be coming from your sheds. That gateway forms a natural bottle neck. I'd say it'll pass there. I'll put my trail cam there, on that post. Tomorrow we'll see what it is. "

Next day ...

 

No arse ends with me. Full feral.

Plenty of arse ends on here. Probably being 'feral' for a couple of years as youngsters is a contributing factor.

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@foxdropper

I see you liked that lol. My attempt at a bit of festive humour lol.

My mrs put up a few christmas decorations ealier,, nothing over the top, just a few window decorations really. Does my head in though, so I had to snap myself out the sullen mood I was descending into lol.

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18 minutes ago, foxdropper said:

I’m guessing GMs cam is so high to stop the cows messing with it .They are by far the most troublesome beasts regarding trail cams

 In which case I'd get to the other side of the hedge. No cows there, I'd imagine. And we'd get lovely, full face shots and vid's of what ever comes out.

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Agreed mate but maybe it’s not farmers land .You’d think it be easy to just bung a cam somewhere and get crisp full bodied pics but in GMs defence it ain’t that easy .I now stand or sit where I’m expecting the animal to be and see what the cam is doing .

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Has GM hacked your account???

Now you're making excuses for what I've just Actually Shown is fukking simple! Twelve hours it took me to come up with clear, full bodied, crisp and clear, irrefutable proof that this is a moggy.

How many years of arse ends - 'That could be a leopards tail If you really scrunch your eyes up. (I know it looks like a branch. But ...!)' - have we had?

GM's constantly telling us how he's a phantom. He moves like a shadow through the land. Unstoppable as he sits, quietly sniggering at those sent out to hunt him down, as they pass by. So on and so forth. But, that hedge is like the Matrix? Even He can't get through it?

Okay. Then I, a clapped out old rat catcher who can barely stagger a few hundred yards, stick My trail cam where I think it'll catch something, and there we are. Incontrovertible.

Deer heading for the same hole in the hedge? Clear as day! Cows, fukking around in the field? Gottcha! Panther appears and goes into the same hedge? Arse end.

I'm not out to decry anyone or anything. I'm not looking for an argument. I'm just saying, with absolutely concrete visible evidence to back it up, that I set a trail cam to 'catch' something? I bloody well 'catch' it. Full on. No ambiguity. No mysterious arse ends.

When I first got mine, I had fun building an album of every creature out there (Alright, and a nice clip of my neighbours wife. But, we won't go into that one) It was So Fukking Easy, I got bored with it!

Cows? Four stakes and fifteen foot of white tape. They won't go near it. Camera set where ever you want it. It's not rocket science.

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