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    is this a muntjac slot ???

    Hi Guys

    im 95 % sure this is a muntjac slot but could you lads confirm it for me please ????

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    Yep I'd say so
    There are no perfect men in this world ..... Only perfect intentions

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223 View Post
    Hi Guys

    im 95 % sure this is a muntjac slot but could you lads confirm it for me please ????

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    Hi Dave sertainly looks like one but could be the old woolyback. Did you find any trade as that is the way to confirm or hear barking as the little critters never shut up.

    Jimbo

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    Sure looks like one, unless you maybe have a very small (orphaned?) roe about? Easier to tell on slightly firmer soil as muntjac have much sharper outside edges to their slots. Did you not think you had Muntjac?
    MS

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    I've stalked this ground near stone staffordshire for about 3 years, I've never spotted one and never heard one and there's no sheep on the ground
    ​so suspect they must be moving in from the trentham estate nearby

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    Hi Dave

    I thought I found one in North Wales a few years ago, very clear, small track, listened and looked but nothing ever came of it. In the end I put it down to probably being a late fallow fawn and also a partial track as it was just the one track, I searched but no other trackers further on or behind due to dry ground. Did you find any more of them? Or just a single? If they are there you will soon start to bump into them, just got to stop automatically assuming anything small and red is a fox!

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    I've stalked this ground near stone staffordshire for about 3 years, I've never spotted one and never heard one and there's no sheep on the ground ​so suspect they must be moving in from the trentham estate nearby
    Dave I helped keeper a shoot in ecelshall found one run over by side of road

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223 View Post
    I've stalked this ground near stone staffordshire for about 3 years, I've never spotted one and never heard one and there's no sheep on the ground
    ​so suspect they must be moving in from the trentham estate nearby
    Found exactly the same in woodland not a million miles away from that neck of the woods.No sheep and only Fallow in the surrounding area so it looks like they're slowly moving in

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