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600 Chicks In The Pens,

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by bigal, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. bigal

    bigal Jedi.

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    Cousin brought them today. Full time keeper etc.
    Here a bit of the view and who as 100yds away at 5am this morning.
    So the big battle on now, al IMG_20180712_102949203.jpg IMG_20180712_105549007.jpg
     

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  2. rizla1

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    They should keep you busy
     
  3. bigal

    bigal Jedi.

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    They sure do. Most fields are less that 150yds, if more the not flat,
    I done 1 fox at 200yds only.
    So on close combat with them.
    U not sat in Jeep riding round 50acre fields etc. Lol.
    So it's a fine art. Al
     
  4. carnivore

    carnivore Keyboard Hero

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    Is this written in code? I can't understand a word.
     
  5. clive147

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    Raynard's checking the lie Al, better keep your eyes up, or there'll be feathers everywhere, best of luck mate

    atb
    clive
     
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    Batteries fully charged :D
     
  7. That hurts

    That hurts Barely Active

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    Go get 'em Al ... on full stealth mode :thumb:
     
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  9. bigal

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    I phone likes to put different words in. Lol.

    U find some don't sit hitting keyboards all day, aswell u didn't get pc lessons at school when I was there,

    Don't read the post 6 times to make sure it's in Queens English,

    Better things to do. Keeper mode, gun mending. U find some are farming DNA, not office boys.lol.
     
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  10. carnivore

    carnivore Keyboard Hero

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    Iphones can be corrected, you don't have to accept the word they suggest. Reading over the message before hitting 'send' really helps the reader to understand your message.
    I am pre-PC lessons too.
     
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  11. bigal

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    Should be on snipper mode later, 9pm down the pen above zone,
    All 3 pens are in the woods, holes of badgers etc all about. Only a small shoot with pals etc, all drives work the l shaped wood. Wood itself a bit steep. ;) Test rapid stocks, lol
    There 8 holes plus that badgers use down there, there where 6 cubs down the bottom of the wood u seen. Parents are still about, pal had 1 u seen but don't think that 1 of them. Let u no wot how I get on. ;) Al
     
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  12. brian747

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    I can fully understand Bigal ,s posts, carry on Al knocking off the foxes!!!!
    atb brian
     
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  13. Farty

    Farty Totty GURU

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    Correcting someone on gramma is a big no no,
    putting the wrong word in " bought" " brought " then have a bit o banter.

    I can understand Bigal's posts.
     
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  14. bigal

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    I got no idea wot it reads half the time too. Lol.
    Had a fiddle on the phone, hope that helps on it guessing words, ;)
    It would use the most used word on a few letters used, then sometimes u hit the right word needed, at it shows a different word etc. , al
     
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    Take no notice Al mate, some people like to point out others mistakes, ( it makes them look intelligent in their eyes ). Keep up the good work :thumb:

    atb
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    Here is a translation carnivore

    My cousin who is a gamekeeper purchased 600 pheasant chicks and pens to house them. I have included a photograph for your reference.

    As you can see by the trail cam footage there is a fox visiting in the mornings within the immediate vicinity and I will make a concerted effort to dispatch him in the near future.

    The surrounding fields are small in size and shots taken will typically be taken within 150 yards. This means careful planning will be required to ensure the hunting of the fox will be successful

    I will be shooting from 9pm tonight however the incline of the woodland can be rather precarious and make hunting challenging. I will update you shortly as to whether this evenings hunting trip was fruitful.

    Regards

    Al ;)
     
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    Poults man poults!! not chicks.
    Bring back google!!!
     
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    :rofl:
     
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  19. carnivore

    carnivore Keyboard Hero

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    Thanks Bsa177, that is really very helpful. I'm 'up to speed' now.
     
  20. bigal

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    Here a hour ago in action. Better than words, lol. Clocked the vixen too. Barked right away from the wood etc. 100yds plus off me, come in at the same range, thermal got both to see, vixen didn't come up the field. When the other way. Didn't call as it no my shout at it. ;) Next time battle. ;) Al
     

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