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Thread: Beaver on TV.

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    Beaver on TV.

    Just watching Springwatch and wondering how long it will be before I have trophy beaver
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    Quote Originally Posted by limulus View Post
    Just watching Springwatch and wondering how long it will be before I have trophy beaver
    How are they measured?
    Weight?
    Length?
    Diameter at various depths?!
    Volume?!

    I've seen a few perruque's, but that was more acceptable back in the 70's/80's!
    They seem to be either completely cast or in velvet these days!
    MS

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    You are both very bad men and far too old to be behaving in this way.

    KevinF -

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    I have some experience of the Mortimer Forest subspecies of long haired beaver, but they seem to have been to confined to Germany

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    One of 3 Beaver I shot in Sweden some years ago with wood-chips as chewed by them.
    We hunted them three different ways, by canoe, by sitting up near a Beaver `lodge`and by stalking the streams and lake edges.

    HWH.
    [ Picture to follow.]

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    I've seen a few perruque's, but that was more acceptable back in the 70's/80's!

    Fantastic

    regards, Jez.
    slowly slowly catch a monkey..

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    Beaver scull and chips.
    [ .243 and .270 bullets for size comparison. ]


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    Quote Originally Posted by stag1933 View Post
    One of 3 Beaver I shot in Sweden some years ago with wood-chips as chewed by them.
    We hunted them three different ways, by canoe, by sitting up near a Beaver `lodge`and by stalking the streams and lake edges.

    HWH.
    [ Picture to follow.]
    Back before i was married i use to hunt beaver right accross the UK and abroard and still have the mental scar's to prove it.They can be hard to track down and catch i hear that rippnol work's the best for getting you beaver nowadays .They can sometimes be a bit smelly but they do taste good but since i got married i have not tried it that much.
    I am told that a bald beaver is a sight to behold!! as well
    Last edited by reiver; 31-05-2011 at 21:06.
    "a man does good business when he rids himself of a turd"

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    The older ones don't taste so good as the youngsters do they Bob and the smell isn't the same either
    I used to hunt them quite regularly when I was younger and single but now it's out of the question, I don't have the time and once you get married that sort of thing is only when there is a blue moon or is it copious quantities of Blue Nun

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