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    Men in black

    People in the south west of England deer area men in black pick ups driving around glassing ground they have no permission on.Then farmer or land owner gets a call to say he has an injured deer on his land would it be ok to dispatch it.An L of A pain when you have watched said deer browsing a few moments before

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    Might it be possible to get video evidence?
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    Quote Originally Posted by starr shot View Post
    People in the south west of England deer area men in black pick ups driving around glassing ground they have no permission on.Then farmer or land owner gets a call to say he has an injured deer on his land would it be ok to dispatch it.An L of A pain when you have watched said deer browsing a few moments before
    Even when I have permission to shoot over land, I find it difficult to get hold of the farmer / land owner.... Certainly not easy to do.....

    Someone actually knocked on a land owners door who I manage for, in Berks, and thankfully they had the sense to call me first, at which point the door knockers said it probably was`nt that bad and left....

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    I must say I love the cryptics of this post and know that said vehicle has been around this area on numerous occasions be sure to phone the Police and get them there asap as these people need stopping they are far too prolific!

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    Just received a txt this am about their activities

    Yes they are a real pain and the police are on the case but without hard evidence they cannot do anything as yet.

    If its the same lot they are coveribg a large area reports from M4 corridor as well.

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    Last edited by Cyres; 24-07-2015 at 16:12.

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    So just to be straight, there is a group driving across the south of England who, when they spy a deer, are able to identify the owner of the relevant land, make immediate contact, and seek permission to shoot on the proviso that they've located an injured deer. Is that a fair summing up? Have any landowners actually been duped?

    Novice

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    They're better men than me then ! I have trouble finding which farmhouse owns what land never mind finding a contact number straight off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novice View Post
    So just to be straight, there is a group driving across the south of England who, when they spy a deer, are able to identify the owner of the relevant land, make immediate contact, and seek permission to shoot on the proviso that they've located an injured deer. Is that a fair summing up? Have any landowners actually been duped?

    Novice
    it isn't hard with a bit of forward planning glass for a few days go on land register.Bingo and yes some have some have been duped we just have to be more vigilant

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    Now why did I never think of this?

    Got to be easier than spending three years shooting bunnies and dropping hints!

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