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    Why Have Two Dogs and Bark Yourself??

    At last a wee break in the weather (no mist or torrential rain!) meant a couple of hours looking for young sika stags. My 2 lads were desperate to get out as well. There were almost too many deer on the go making it difficult to get in on a suitable one for shooting. Anyway, this one walked out with another 3 and eventually presented a shot when not using the sheep for cover!

    My boys begged me to let them drag it back, how could I say no so I went to get the Landy!!! They need to learn it's not all glamour!!! Now I know they are big enough to manage a beast at 50lbs they may get a go at dragging the big boys later. May even see if I can rig up a harness each...

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    Nice work jammbo, do you think the poor lad on the right might grow out of looking like you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by limulus View Post
    Nice work jammbo, do you think the poor lad on the right might grow out of looking like you?
    What, and not get as many girlfriends Tony???

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    Nice to see the up and coming so keen they must take that from Dad (jamross) !

    Well done Lads.

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    My 2 love to use the winch
    Mind you,we are brainier up here/lazier?

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    Jammy this is what its about letting the lads in on everything and should get them working as a team. My lad was given a similar task at 12 with a roe buck in a very expensive sika sac. By the time i go back with the Landrover he had changed from carrying the best to dragging on a forestry road and wore the ass out the sack i was not happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by www.yorkshireroestalking. View Post
    Rewarding indeed. was that summer then?
    That is a Scottish summer John! As can be seen from the waterproof clothing!

    They have been stalking with me since 5 and 6 years old (pain in the arse) now 10 and 11 (now just a mild irritation). Got to love the 101 questions when gralloching that have been answered hundreds of times before.

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    Child cruelty ( Labor ) can i borough them im getting old......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dekit View Post
    Child cruelty ( Labor ) can i borough them im getting old......

    ATB
    yes, but my wife has to come as well and for 6 months...

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