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45 minutes ago, jetro said:

Is the UK gone into a full or semi lockdown, I can't make it out really.

And for the irish people, how is the lock down affecting you and the places you live in.

Honesty, it's the same here as any other day. Don't see anyone 😂😂

Woulnt know of a lock down

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Not to sure, we can go out for a walk for exercise or to work if we have an essential job and other essential journeys, shopping, bank or doctors, lots of plod out stopping folk and asking them why they are out and dishing out £30 on the spot fines if you don’t have a good reason, my problem is I,m not allowed to drive to take the dogs out yet I am going to a farm and doing my walking in total isolation but I am allowed to walk them round the local park with Everyman and his dog also doing the same thing, 🤪🤪

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Literally sat waiting for a phone call for worst case scenario contingency . look at this country , look at our case of self importance. I’ve got lads literally waiting to go and get hands on. In

Good ole dave from number 63 never went out panic buying, Be like Dave, take lock down serious 😂

The boy helping me with some trapping. Obviously he isn’t handling Mk6’s......that would be fcuking irresponsible! 😂    

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1 hour ago, Greyman said:

I tend to set them about 3/4ft high facing slightly downwards have had a few badgers actually pull them off when I set them to low, they can also smell you on them for the first week so the longer you can leave them the more natural the animals will become, it’s quite addictive mate but opens up a hole new world 👍👍

Think it will be a new thing for me👌get a few more and soon as the forest and river opens back up, I will get a few set up..... 

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5 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

Think it will be a new thing for me👌get a few more and soon as the forest and river opens back up, I will get a few set up..... 

Been plenty of good sightings in the forest mate, had some good tooth pits off a widboar last year,  hope you get some beginners luck 👍👍

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4 hours ago, Greyman said:

You need a laptop with an SD card slot in the side, I only buy cameras with a full size SD as the micro ones are easy to loose and a bit of a pain for a fat fingered short sighted old fool like me, just take the SD out the camera and stick it in the slot and it will talk you through loading up anything you need if it’s not already on the laptop, the wild boar in the forest are pretty mental on the cameras when you find a good run it’s like a long line of humbugs plus the host of other oddity’s you may catch up there ✌️✌️

Been spending some time in the forest myself caught a few on the cams but looks like the biggest are on there own.

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8 minutes ago, C.green said:

Been spending some time in the forest myself caught a few on the cams but looks like the biggest are on there own.

From What I can remember sows an young in groups , males travel from group to group  looking for the ones in heat.? Stand to be corrected though. 

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10 minutes ago, forest of dean redneck said:

From What I can remember sows an young in groups , males travel from group to group  looking for the ones in heat.? Stand to be corrected though. 

My understanding was the boar is always at the back when they move in a group, but I also stand to be corrected 😂😂😂

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17 minutes ago, Greyman said:

My understanding was the boar is always at the back when they move in a group, but I also stand to be corrected 😂😂😂

The male boar live away from the group (sounder) and the matriarch dominant Sow who is the daddy of the group. There are certain areas up the forest where all you will see are mature male boar on their own or younger ones in 2/3 s. 

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30 minutes ago, forest of dean redneck said:

From What I can remember sows an young in groups , males travel from group to group  looking for the ones in heat.? Stand to be corrected though. 

Are the boar hard to find or can you accidentally stumble across them?

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