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  1. I have several spaces remaining on some of my shoots - available immediately. Runs from 1st April to 31 March each year. You are supplied with personal & vehicle passes and can attend at almost any time without making bookings, shoot when you like. Good varied quarry. Please p.m me with your full name, email address and contact phone number. I will mail you back a set of rules for information & arrange to have you shown round ASAP. My bailiff will be showing perspective members round this Friday during the day & will call you for a chat. Now the light evenings are here, eve
  2. I had my regular drive around a few spots on Friday. I already had a feeling where I would end up the next day. A farmer had given me the heads up that he would be drilling barley on Thursday, and he said there would likely be a bit spilled due to the imperfect seed bed. I had already been to look at some rape and several acres of freshly planted beans. The beans looked a waste of time, but a couple of rape fields may have served as back-up fields. As I parked up to look at the barley field I could see very little activity. Then I reached for the binoculars. Over half way down I could see 500
  3. Hi all, I wonder if I might ask for a little help with a few decoying issues which I'm having. I'm an experienced shooter but most of my pigeon shooting has always been roost shooting or flight lining and decoying is fairly new to me. I've been shooting pigeons on two fields, one of newly drilled game crop seeds and one of drilled barley. At first the old strip of game crop still ran along the middle of the field and made building a hide near the feeding area easy and I had some good shooting. This has now been ploughed up and the pigeons are still feeding on the seed but there is now
  4. Decided on the spur of the moment to go out on the pigeons this afternoon. Turned up on the permission and saw many hundreds lifting off and falling back on the crop. I could not believe my luck, I drove around found a likely spot set up and waited. Well the hundreds did not come over to me but a few did, and this was their mistake. I had a few very good shots, missed some easy shots. But had a great afternoon out; 3 1/2 hours of fun in great weather and a nice pleasant spot to shoot over. This is the last time I can shoot for over a week now, in fact nearly two weeks, and th
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