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Thread: Hunting in Germany, looking for CWD, goat and other deer...

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    Hunting in Germany, looking for CWD, goat and other deer...

    Hi everybody!
    After overall only more than positive experiences on swap hunts, especially with my two British friends, who also introduced me on this directory, I thought it would be worth a try to offer some boar- (stand or driven), but also other deer (roe and red)- hunt here in Germany...
    After reading several articles on this directory I thought also, one time in the future, it would be interesting to look for a CWD hunt or a goat hunt somewhere in GB, joining some new hunting friends and sharing the joy of hunting together!
    So, if you are interested, send me a pm on ms@forstkontor-sommer.de and we will work something out!

    Best regards

    Michael

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    Would be happy to fix you up with goat outings ,or roe /red and fallow could be arranged
    Zeiss Pro Stalker and Agent for Starlght Night Vision

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    Hi Solwaystalker!
    Thanks for your kind offer... Please contact me by ms@forstkontor-sommer.de, and I am sure, we will work out some kind of swapping around!

    Cheers

    Michael

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    Ich kann leider nuer taubenjagd bieten ins grafschaft Kent rundum Dover bereich.
    Weidmannsheil
    Martin

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    Horrido Martin!
    Was heisst denn leider....?
    Die Jagd auf die Geringelten ist doch ein grosser Spass und Sport!
    Ich habe hier in Deutschland (Münsterland) Freunde, bei denen ich zu wirklich guten Taubenjagden eingeladen werde, wo man dann auch schon einmal 200 am Tag schiesst!
    ich liebe es!

    Sollte es Dich einmal nach Nordrhein-Westfalen verschlagen, meld Dich einfach, dann können wir uns gerne treffen....

    Gruß und Waidmannsheil,

    Michael

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    Moi Moi Michael,

    Ich bin momentan Mon-Frei arbeitszweck im Zillertal Österreich unterwegs bis November und wohne in Bayern 92363 PLZ.
    Aber ich liebe die taubenjagd,(ich habe 3x carousel geräte in mein kleine haus in Dover die wärtet geduldig auf mein ruckher).
    Weidmannsheil

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    Hi Martin, It's a bit different from driven or high seat boar but it sounds as if pigeon shooting is enjoyed as much.
    With your three rotaries you should be able to cater for his German friends splendidly.
    I hope it all goes well for you.
    Weidmannsheil

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMcC View Post
    Hi Martin, It's a bit different from driven or high seat boar but it sounds as if pigeon shooting is enjoyed as much.
    With your three rotaries you should be able to cater for his German friends splendidly.
    I hope it all goes well for you.
    Weidmannsheil
    True, only Michael says that his German friends have permissions he is invited to and shoots over 200 birds a day on their land. Nevertheless Michael wants to meet up with Bavarian Brit so that is a good thing. Good luck.

    I met Michael in Germany and can say he is a stand up guy so if you want to go for a swap please do. He will do his best for you, no regrets.

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    I assumed that as Martin has three pigeon magnets in his house in Dover that he had access to pigeon shooting over here and to have spent good money on three magnets must enjoy it too.
    So if Michael's friends enjoy pigeon shooting so much in Germany and Martin has pigeon shooting over here I envisaged an invitation from both sides.
    Pigeon shooting over summer crops or stubble is certainly more 'weather friendly' than standing around in snow in the depth of winter in Europe waiting for driven boar don't you think.

    PS. In post 4 Martin says he has pigeon shooting near Dover so a swop just for the scenery would also be fun.
    Last edited by EMcC; 27-07-2012 at 08:34.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMcC View Post
    I assumed that as Martin has three pigeon magnets in his house in Dover that he had access to pigeon shooting over here and to have spent good money on three magnets must enjoy it too.
    So if Michael's friends enjoy pigeon shooting so much in Germany and Martin has pigeon shooting over here I envisaged an invitation from both sides.
    Pigeon shooting over summer crops or stubble is certainly more 'weather friendly' than standing around in snow in the depth of winter in Europe waiting for driven boar don't you think.
    Hi EMcC!
    I promise, usually you wont get cold on a nice driven hunt in the snow.... To hear the dogs barking and howling, to see some snow falling of the vegetation because of some movement, to see deer or boar coming through the snow, to hear the beaters, to hear a row of shots which may forecast some boar heading your direction, that will keep you alert, passioned and HOT! Just try it.....

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