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    Not an ideal end to an evening

    As the title says but I suppose it could be classed as a good second , and one less to catch up with come harvest time. Being brought up with the philosophy of never missing the opportunity to shoot a magpie or a crow I've got to count charlie's in the same light, so the nice buck I was planning on ambushing will have to wait for another day.Click image for larger version. 

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    Better to have failed again than to have lifted someones leg

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    I'd say ideal end to a evening the buck will be there again

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    Quote Originally Posted by swatty View Post
    I'd say ideal end to a evening the buck will be there again
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    I know where the above are coming from but when you're fancying a bit of venison steak and a few burgers old Charlie comes a poor second and I aint eating that for anyone .
    Better to have failed again than to have lifted someones leg

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    Well done Snowy but you wont get many decent steaks off him , should have come round ours instead had roe fillet stroganoff last night it was delicious.
    Plenty of time to knock that big old buck over mate I would have one them tender youngsters first though

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    I'll come and shoot your foxes for you mate, while you concentrate on the buck.

    I've got my eye on a nice one myself
    If at first you don't succeed, reload

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    Well don't take your eyes off it Wayne, and get it knocked over before the dog lads get it ! been down that road before pal .

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    I know what you mean Bob, luckily these are in land a bit and don't seem too bothered when I am out and about checking traps. I tried to stalk in to them last week but because of where they were and the wind direction it was just about impossible. I think I will make the effort this weekend to bag my first deer
    If at first you don't succeed, reload

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayneinthepub View Post
    I know what you mean Bob, luckily these are in land a bit and don't seem too bothered when I am out and about checking traps. I tried to stalk in to them last week but because of where they were and the wind direction it was just about impossible. I think I will make the effort this weekend to bag my first deer
    Good man Wayne, can I borrow a few steaks if you bag him cos I can't catch up with mine just lately and I'm still not eating fox
    Better to have failed again than to have lifted someones leg

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