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headshot
14-03-2014, 06:48 PM
i had one last trip out with the dog last week with the lamp,there are a lot of young about already due to the mild winter so thats it for the dogs now till start of september.
i gonna be busy with the rifle though as rabbits start showing in gardens and paddocks,had a few phone calls already.
good thing with the rifle is i can pick and chose my shots,leaving the really young and nursing does alone,its easy to tell them from the bucks as they look rather bedragled and have a smaller head with big doey eyes.
nice to get out and about during the summer months as it gets me out and about at day break which can be 3-4am and is the best time of day for me,sometimes its nicer not to shoot anything and just sit and take it all in,nice to get a fire on the go and often cook breakfast before heading home....oh and the early morning pollack fishing or as we call them callig..cant wait now,roll on summer

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......atb kev

shack
17-03-2014, 07:52 PM
plenty for the freezer there, my family aren't much in the way of bunny eaters :confused2: still got flopsy in the bottom from the autumn, looks like a meal for one.
What kind of rifle (air or rim?)

headshot
17-03-2014, 11:13 PM
were not bunny eaters really though i do a recipe using a couple of half grown bunnies done in marjaram and mustard sauce,the non-bunny eaters suck the bones clean.
the rifle is .22 rimmy

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shack
19-03-2014, 08:11 AM
Pretty impressive, I guess you keep the neighbours pretty well fed as well then. I do like a nice pigeon, but again the family often have different ideas.

headshot
19-03-2014, 03:42 PM
most of them get minced for the dogs,you can sell a few clean ones but for all the work involved it becomes a chore and i like to enjoy what i do,not that i enjoy killing things,if i dident do it someone else will...atb kev

luresalive
19-03-2014, 05:08 PM
Love Pollack fishing myself, we call them laithe over here...

headshot
19-03-2014, 08:13 PM
they seem to have differant names in differant places...one thing..they all fight the same,nothing like that initial dive and taste soooo sweet :cool: