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    A view of some of my stalking ground

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    Took these pics recently , i thought the one in the snow looked pretty good for a phone camera
    Zeiss Pro Stalker and Agent for Starlght Night Vision

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    cracking pics colin lovely,
    DONT START

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solwaystalker View Post
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    Took these pics recently , i thought the one in the snow looked pretty good for a phone camera
    Awesome and no problem I'm sure in determining safe shots.

    My piece of Heaven on Earth is somewhat more modest but suspect I still see more bl**dy ducks than you despite that awesome flight pond!!

    K

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    Looks a great plot of land ,you lucky chap .

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    Quite a few ducks on the loch , you can see the Solway estuary in the background ,quite a few geese about there as well
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    A couple more from the ground we stalk reds on
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    Zeiss Pro Stalker and Agent for Starlght Night Vision

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    That's something else I need to do. Shot ducks and geese inland, however, never done it on the an estuary. First things first though..this year it is the level 2.

    I would be interested in seeing how good archer are. I know it is no where near as good but I took my .22 out the other night with a yuko photon and ir torch and really enjoyed it. Would be nice to see the difference 3K can make.

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    Hi Wills
    There is a big difference but doesnt need to be as much as 3k , the Photon does my job fine at close range but the Archer is quite a bit clearer , think about 1700 would get one these days
    Zeiss Pro Stalker and Agent for Starlght Night Vision

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    Hi Colin,

    thanks for getting back to quickly. I didn't realise that. Basically, like buying a decent scope. I suppose a fair few keepers use them.

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    Stunning piece of ground and some great photo's. You are a very lucky chap. We don't quite get the same views in Essex.

    Although the duck shooting on the Blackwater and the inland flight ponds is pretty stunning. I think Teal are the most sporting birds we have been given. Flighting in just before dark 5 ft off the ground at pace, they are truly challenging. You hear the wooosh of the air across their wings coming past your head and then a splash as they hit the water in front of you before you have time to think "**** me what was that".
    So much to learn and so little time left

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