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    Another enjoyable stalk ending with a fine roe buck

    I met Wayne at his house at 04.45 & put my kit into his new truck we put Max in the
    back & set off for some roe ground Wayne had.We got to the ground & parked up on the edge of a corn field,Wayne had already spotted 3 animals near a wood the other side of a small valley,but it was a doe & twins.We stalked down to a track at the top of the valley & started going along it when Wayne spotted a buck in the valley,I climbed over a wire fence to get into a sitting position & put the sticks up & with me in position Wayne started calling with the buttalo,the buck started to come straight away,this was the first time i'd seen a buttalo used & was amazed how affective they were,the buck went into a dip out of sight for a few minutes & with Wayne calling he eventually came out the dip,I tried to adjust my position & he paused,turned & ran a short distance,we quickly got into a better position & Wayne set the sticks up & started calling again the buck stood broadside & off went the safety & bang,he dropped on the spot, we waited for a while I shook Waynes hand & we made our way down the valley letting Max find him,Max worked all the way down the valley until he came to the buck & I think he was as much over the moon as I was ,he was a cracking buck thanks again Wayne & not forgetting Max

    Andy

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    Nice one Andy. What no PICS mate

    Jonathon

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    Hi Andy

    A pleasure as always. Bit of a wet morning but it didnt seen to worry the deer




    Wayne

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    Max (and Wayne) strike again! Well done chaps

    ft
    Blindness to suffering is an inherent consequence of natural selection. Nature is neither kind nor cruel but fiercely indifferent.

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    Hi FT
    How you doing I hope your well

    Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES View Post
    Hi FT
    How you doing I hope your well

    Wayne
    Wayne, thanks mate i'm doing really well! Both stents are now fitted and my heart is working well. I am just supposed to lose another 3 stone (already done 3), which is a bugger. I can control the dogs weight much easier than i can mine I can walk much father now, it's just working up to it. Hopefully I will have a fallow or two to drag this winter and it will be much easier.

    Let me know when you and John get together for the rut (that didn't come out like i meant!) and i will come over and buy you both a pint or two.

    ft
    Blindness to suffering is an inherent consequence of natural selection. Nature is neither kind nor cruel but fiercely indifferent.

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    Glad to here it mate,
    I find it easier to control the dogs weight as well, funny that, mind the buggers that clever it will only a matter of time til he can open the fridge

    Be in touch soon

    Wayne



    Quote Originally Posted by flytie View Post
    Wayne, thanks mate i'm doing really well! Both stents are now fitted and my heart is working well. I am just supposed to lose another 3 stone (already done 3), which is a bugger. I can control the dogs weight much easier than i can mine I can walk much father now, it's just working up to it. Hopefully I will have a fallow or two to drag this winter and it will be much easier.

    Let me know when you and John get together for the rut (that didn't come out like i meant!) and i will come over and buy you both a pint or two.

    ft

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