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Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Deker, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. Deker

    Deker Active Member

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    Hunting is always a bit more for the brave/hardcore/professional at this time of year and certain quarry a bit harder to track down but.......

    .....are you getting as bogged down, soaked, windswept, frozen and then haveing bad days as well like me, or are you just sitting at home waiting for it to get better?

    Perhaps it's time to take up wildfowling!
     
  2. Buzz

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    I think it's time to take up KNITTING!!!!
     
  3. chiz

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    I stayed perfectly dry whilst hunting today...... from my office window!!!

    A superten makes a good paperweight.
     
  4. a1gunner

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    i go hunting in the sheds when it raining.

    the pigeons like to hide from the rain...so do i:violent4:
     
  5. andyhawkx3

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    May be a good idea to take up rafting, As l Cant get over the severn, to my main shoot, If l do there is still a chance l will get bogged down:mad:....wish it would snow....like in the old days:(:(
     
  6. sumo

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    cmon now Andy, you aint that old now.
    Saw your piccie with your deeks (which are superb by the way!) and you cant be a day over 50, am I right eh eh??.

    sumo:D
     
  7. andyhawkx3

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    54 mate on the 23rd Dec, and that pic was taken in Sept 2005, and alot of water has gone under the bridge since then:D and u have got mor hair than me now;)
     
  8. colinb

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    mixy hit my shoot really hard this year 99.9% of all bunnies:mad: and as my permission is for rabbits mainly, that does`nt leave a lot else.

    there are a few pheasants but they are now out of season????

    that leaves woodies, but they are not a problem on this site nor are any of the corvids.

    so i am staying in the warm polishing my gun:eek:
     
  9. steve410

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    I may buy a spear gun and go lamping for frogs :p
     
  10. a1gunner

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    why frogs?

    they could leagalize chav hunting:p
     
  11. colinb

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    :D:D:D that beats me at the moment!! .....i am now lamping in my garage for mice:eek:... a long range shot is 10 meters:)

    if this horrible weather continues i may have to resort to hunting slugs with salt (lamping of course:))
     
  12. a1gunner

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    ive used a small plastic bb gunfor slug hunting:p

    not pleasant:rolleyes:
     
  13. simply james

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    the woods i hunt in are so dense and well covered you dont get wet ,but the cold still freezes you to the core,but it doesnt affect the wild life so huntings still good but not to many bunnies around but i put that down to the foxes,but i still cant waite for the summer to come,the magpies have already started to build there nests on my biggest shoot.
     
  14. colinb

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    down to the market next saturday for me to kit myself out with a BB slug hunting kit:D:D

    just need to ask? do you need camo when slug shooting:D
     
  15. simply james

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    i think you will find most slugs and snails will still be snuggled away for the winter months you will find them hibanating.
     
  16. a1gunner

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    wear nothing but skimpy under wear and stalk them after sun rise when the grass is still wet then put a 6mm in them. 10yds is the maximum effective range;)
     
  17. Rockabilly

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    a 1 your bit of a closet tranny by the sound of your patter, oooooh chase me!
     
  18. andyhawkx3

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    Do recon a1 gets up behind them first, rockerbilly, look's that way to me;););)
     
  19. topcat

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    i only shoot spring to autum watch yourself a1 think rockabilly fancys you he has been wearing his pink frock a lot lately he only wears it when he his on the pull for other trannys
     
  20. a1gunner

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    yea well at least i can ...pull:confused:
     

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