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    English

    Well I got up early this morning and got my gear ready .Looked on the washing line and there was my Roe bag still soaking wet.Not good as I was going to a populated area. At that I remembered an English chap had left a brand new roe bag in my shed and I knew he would not mind lol.So I grabbed the bag and off I went. I stalked a nice doe out of a group and placed it in the bag. It was one of the ones were you get blood every were including in and around the new roe bag.I hope he don't mind and I am sure he will understand lmfao. Nice Roe bag if not a bit noisy with it being new.

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    Nice one mate and here i was sitting in house finishing off course of antibiotics, Not to worry couple of foxes waiting on me later tonight.

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    They are meant for using. Just helping to wear it in!

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    I agree Glenure and found it very stiff I would say I have started the softening process for him. I am sure he will see the funny side .

    A wee vid of the ones that were left for another day.

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    I recognise those telegraph poles, not sure if Pierre will recognise his sack though, should I have said that

    John
    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    Spoke to Pierre he said I should do a write up for the maker lol. I said I would after it has managed at least 50 roe. He said he would like it back before then .

    Yes not a bad shot you pulled off old yen must have been a fluke.
    Last edited by 6pointer; 30-11-2014 at 12:24.

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    John I left it for Tucker to look after knew it would stay clean that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pierred View Post
    John I left it for Tucker to look after knew it would stay clean that way.
    Oh poor Craig, hope he does not read this

    Yes not a bad shot you pulled off old yen must have been a fluke.
    You got to practice to be that flukey

    John
    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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