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Discussion in 'Hunting' started by interlock, Nov 8, 2010.

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  1. interlock

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    this one is of my labrador and jack russell terrier having a swim. They are my favourite hunting buddies, Daisy the lab, is a good retriever and i take her duck hunting and she also blood tracks so she comes deer hunting. Bone, the terrier is a one dog killing machine. I use him for killing rats and for flushing foxes from undergound to the shotgun.

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    Daisy also is a great pet, this is her playing with my daughter and friend on the trampoline

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    this one is of Bone helping me garden. I was sawing he was using his deadly teeth.

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    this is the type of ground i shoot duck over. we call it coastal wildfowling as opposed to inland flighting to rivers, ponds and best of all flooded fields

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    this is a Young Roe buck, i don't know if i have posted this before.

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  2. FLAvalanche

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    As opposed to a Sears Roe buck?
     
  3. interlock

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    no, as opposed to an old roe buck!
     
  4. Yarddog

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    Heck that looks close to a cow horn spike I killed on Haloween (White Tail) ; )
    Y/D
     
  5. interlock

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    apparently the roe is very close to the whitetail genetically. as you guys don't have roe, we don't have white tail and roe go all the way accross europe and asia to siberia i would suggest they hava common ancestor? (maybe... home brewed theory)
     
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    Nice pics of the family, watcha gonna do with the Vdubb?
     
  7. interlock

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    thanks, the beetle is very very very rotten.

    i also have quite a bad trike and bike habit. I may chop it up and turn it into a trike. I originally bought it for the wife but it was too rotten
     
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    Is that the Solent?

    I was there last summer for the Fastnet; wrong season for wing shooting, but it looked like duck heaven. The Isle of Wight had a lot of bunnies in the fields too.
     
  9. KodiakBeer

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    You'll get yourself or your dog hurt climbing up walls like that. Also, the ministry of health and safety and silly walks and animal cruelty (the MHSSWAC) might see that image and fine you. Use a ladder next time.

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    Forget walking up walls. How'd he get the car parked on that steep of a grade?
     
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    It just proves that the UK is increasingly leaning to the left... :scrutiny:
     
  12. interlock

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    no, it is the Humber estuary. the city you can see is Hull
     
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