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david Paul Gag

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  1. Hi Guys must agree with Motty No pigeons in leicestershire I pigeon shoot in East Leicestershire and have done so on and off for quite a few years Believe me there are plenty of birds out there Don't throw your gear away yet guys Some times its a bit like the old Wild west films "I can't see know injuns out there sergeant next thing you know you have an arrow through your hat" they could be in the stubble / in the woods even on some one else's fields or even in the suburbs but they are there in big numbers Dave Sign In - Pigeon Watch Forums.html
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  3. So pleased to read so meny of us thinking the same
  4. Morning Guys Thanks for the posts Guys thought provoking I now think I've been guilty of taking the birds for granted maybe to sloppy setting up maybe more attention to my hide strange as said before was doing well before harvest Will try again next year god permitting Dave
  5. Thanks for the response Guys Just to clarify I also use dead birds as decoys and some times two magnets before harvesting took eplace I was doing (without saying how many) quite good bags, A day or so after Harvest I went a drive round just to see where they were feeding and to be honest at about 2pm they were in most fields so I decided to shoot the next day set up about 1-30 pm dead birds and magnets pigeons all over the place was looking forwards to a good day.h Well total disaster they would not come any where near me I took the magnets in still no good - shot tw
  6. Evening Guys and Girls My first time posting on here in the past Ive been quite content reading up on some the excellent advice some of you guys come up with and that is the reason for my post. I am lucky in having access to a fairly large amount of arable land which I have been pigeon shooting over for several years now On standing and laid crops I can get reasonable bags. But come harvest time the acreage that I shoot over is cut all at the same time and I cannot get the blighters to come any where near me flagging may seem to be an option but I would need a fr
  7. I see your point Bruno you have me thinking but not sure the farmers will think they just won't em dead what do others think on this
  8. Hi again Guys thanks for the welcome So I guess it's much the same then
  9. Good evening Guys I'm new to posting on pigeon watch but have been reading your posts for quite a while now. I'm looking for tips on Crow/Rook etc. decoying Where I shoot pigeons seem to be awol so I would like to have a crack at the black ones. I've had a few but how do I decoy them ? Dave
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