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Well done real country man Its not all about the hunting but enjoying nature aswell. 

I watch foxes, birds of prey, song birds, rabbits at work find it very relaxing.

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Years ago I got four cubs ferreting,I gave them away to mates, one of them lived in doors with a jack Russell until it was around 16 months then it just cleared off one day,I’ve killed foxes on shooting estates or were farmers wanted rid of them,however I can not see the point of killing foxes that are not causing a problem,I also don’t understand the hatred some people seem to have for foxes, maybe it’s just talk.

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It's great to see there are hunters out there that respect the animal's we hunt, I've killed foxes all my life but the last few years if they are not causing a problem to the land owner I'm quite happy to let them go, and to be honest I enjoy seeing them run off more than shooting them.

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Pricks with them rifles thermal and night vision wiping everything out on mass. No fuks given 

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22 minutes ago, FKOF said:

Pricks with them rifles thermal and night vision wiping everything out on mass. No fuks given 

I suppose i must be one of them so called pricks, but when it pays the bills and the mortgage, but i probably have forgotten more about wildlife than you will ever know and spend all my life in and among animals,  so FKOF

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56 minutes ago, FKOF said:

Pricks with them rifles thermal and night vision wiping everything out on mass. No fuks given 

Same where I'm at. One crew in particular supposedly shoot over a 100 in a month when they got there new toy. All road sided and left lying. 

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2 hours ago, Pirate 9000 said:

It's great to see there are hunters out there that respect the animal's we hunt, I've killed foxes all my life but the last few years if they are not causing a problem to the land owner I'm quite happy to let them go, and to be honest I enjoy seeing them run off more than shooting them.

 

Same here I used to kill every fox I saw when I was younger but now a days I just don't have it in me. Nothing I like better than too see a nice handsome fox going about it's business. If I spot one I distract the lurcher to give it a chance but he soon twigged that one and fooking zooms off ahead looking out for one now lol if he suspects any thing

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Done it few times dog out let vixen bolt away cover up the cubs let her come back and move them in the night not on pheasant land though I'd get hung lol

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3 hours ago, myersbg said:

I suppose i must be one of them so called pricks, but when it pays the bills and the mortgage, but i probably have forgotten more about wildlife than you will ever know and spend all my life in and among animals,  so FKOF

That old chestnut😂 pays the bills bla bla 

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6 minutes ago, FKOF said:

That old chestnut😂 pays the bills bla bla 

If it pays the bills as it does for pest controllers how is it an old chestnut ??? 

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The lads that did it round here are the furthest thing away from pest controllers you can get. They do it simply because they can. 

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Foxes are enemy no1 here.1080,shooting,very small numbers  are caught with running dogs,hardly any terrier work,  but I think they fit in the new eco system,to control other introduced animals,mice,rats, rabbits and keep feral cat numbers down.Take the fox out and the cats will have a field day.

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1 hour ago, Sirblessed said:

Import Aussie dogs, they are just tougher - Doug ducks. incoming! :help: 

Do you think the Aussie bread dogs deal with the heat better than  british dogs

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