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norma 308

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well after being sceptical of deer qualifications some yrs ago I completed my third stalk in four outings to complete my portfolio today .
I've been very fortunate to have many aw's in the DMG I'm a member of .
the two guys who've taken time out when they could have been out stalking themselves deserve a mention because they've not taken a penny for their time .
thankyou mike aka monkey spanker and Paul aka Paul 600 for creeping along quietly and Paul for not taking a video of me with cramp lol
good blokes who are only too willing to help and I very much appreciate it lads
regards Norma
 

Paul 600

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well after being sceptical of deer qualifications some yrs ago I completed my third stalk in four outings to complete my portfolio today .
I've been very fortunate to have many aw's in the DMG I'm a member of .
the two guys who've taken time out when they could have been out stalking themselves deserve a mention because they've not taken a penny for their time .
thankyou mike aka monkey spanker and Paul aka Paul 600 for creeping along quietly and Paul for not taking a video of me with cramp lol
good blokes who are only too willing to help and I very much appreciate it lads
regards Norma
Your more than welcome. well done!:thumb:
 

norma 308

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well as someone a few yrs ago who didn't want to conform and do dsc1 let alone 2 I think I've got a sense of achievement that felt very similar to when I passed my driving test age 17 an awful long time ago !!
I've put my share of deer into the larder and dsc2 has made me brush up skills I was happy with but am even happier with now .
when you footstalk with someone you don't know really well and are successful there is a big stick your chest out moment you can be proud of esp fallow deer in woodland but to then turn that deer into a clean lardered beast fit for human consumption hanging on the hook well even better .I've had good teachers along the way so thanks grumpy, ray, wf1, ect hopefully one day I can do the same for someone coming into stalking
if you want to and get the chance give it a go nothing ventured nothing gained !
cheers norma
 
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hi norma 308 I have just done the dsc1 and now thinking of doing the dsc2 could you point me in the right direction to find more info ? ie phone numbers names etc . thanks for now cliff
 

norma 308

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try the BDS website chap that's who I registered with there are others NGO/basc and you have 3 yrs to complete the portfolio ,all I would say is get some experience if you are a newbie and I don't mean this in a derogatory way to anyone its taken me over 15:yrs to get around to it .
good luck Norma
 

Gonzo 260

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Well done my friend, and well done to the guys that gave up their time to make it happen.
Although dont come out lamping wearing the dazzling new DSC2 badge - if will put the foxes off !
 

norma 308

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devils advocate ?:stir:
an AW doesn't train you he access's your ability on three successful stalks so I'd like to think I showed I was fully trained and the award will show that I fulfill certain criteria laid down by many estates and deer management groups saying that you can always learn something even from a stalker maybe not so experienced !anyone who thinks otherwise is a fool !
have a good evening
Norma
 

norma 308

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Well done my friend, and well done to the guys that gave up their time to make it happen.
Although dont come out lamping wearing the dazzling new DSC2 badge - if will put the foxes off !
not much dazzling in this fog mate !!
and we don't lamp any more we THERM
 

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