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  1. Me and my pal had our first trip overseas on Saturday, from Chester to Fauxdegla. We left the girls at the hotel in Chester and set off for Wrexham. First impressions were a mix of being impressed and a little daunted too. As novices from Manchester, we’re not quite used to the scenery, nor the impeccable appearance of a premier ground. Everything was tidy and new looking, grassed areas all neat, no litter, just a very well looked after ground. We bought our clays, £ 30 per 100 which is cheaper than we’re used to. Got loads of advice and instruction from the lady owner. She introduced herself and her husband, who was as equally helpful as his wife. I have read previous posts where they were described less favourably, I honestly could not fault them. We spoke to them throughout the day, in the cafe, when topping up our clay cards and when seeking advice regarding the DTL and Skeet stands and they genuinely couldn’t do enough to help. The ground lads were great too, Adam in particular was super helpful. The only down side was the sun, which can’t be helped. It rendered half the sporting layout impossible until the afternoon, but there’s so much else to go at, it really doesn’t matter. We went through 400 carts between us and had a cracking time. It’s only 1.5 hours from us, well worth the trip. We’ll definitely be going again soon.
  2. I’m currently looking for any oppertunity for 3 people to do vermin control around north wales I do have a vehicle so can travel and will take away and vermin killed on site we can also take away litter collected during the operation if needed we have two .22 rifles and a .177 pistol for rats
  3. I’m fairly new to the air gun pest control areas as I have been target shooting in my back yard for a few months now with my mrs . I was wondering if there were any opportunities to gain permission to shoot on on within deeside (North Wales) also don’t know if I’m in the right forum I currently own a SMK PR900W .22 and am shooting superdome pellets to begin with I would like the opportunity for daytime shooting to get used to it .. I would also be willing to tidy any area I have permission on by getting rid of litter as I go many thanks Josh
  4. CAERWYS & DISTRICT CTC NEXT SHOOT IS ON SUNDAY 22nd of September 100 Bird Club Sporting Comp ENTRIES OPEN AT 9.30am AND CLOSE 10.30am PROMPT VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME FOR UP TO DATE SHOOT RESULTS GO TO RECENT RESULTS CH8 9BZ
  5. WelshAndy

    Dog Box

    yes please to fit an estate car
  6. I am posting to enquire whether there is any opportunity for rabbit, fox or vermin control on land/shoots in North Wales or near, I offer my services free of charge as I do it as a hobby. My name is Nathan Hosie; I am local to Wrexham, North Wales and I have been shooting and ferreting for 3 years now and enjoy the hobby very much, along with the added bonus of helping the farmer/land owner by controlling pests such as rabbits and foxes. With this in mind, I feel that I can be of assistance to gamekeepers, farmers and land owners, should you offer me permission to shoot or ferret on your land. All livestock, property, borders and boundaries will be respected. I can also be your eyes and ears when I am on your land - I can keep a watch for any fly tipping of rubbish or people trespassing on your land and inform you directly of any occurrences. I have a serious outlook and respect when using the methods I use and I believe the following points illustrate this well - - I NEVER dig when ferreting, therefore not damaging land. - I am available to offer my shooting services during the night. - My rifle is moderated therefore sound is kept to a minimum. - I ALWAYS respect the wishes of the landowner and obey any rules or restrictions he/she may lay down. - I am a current full member of the B.A.S.C. and always carry my membership I.D. card and proof of insurance with me whenever I go out to assistant land owners. Please do not hesitate to contact me on my mobile telephone: *************** if you require any more information. Once again, many thanks and I look forward to some replies reply. Yours sincerely, Nathan Hosie
  7. Just wondering how you've been getting on. Been on about 7 morning flights on the geese now and still not had one. Started off trying to get under flight lines, no luck. Next I invested in 18 decoys, still no luck just got a caller went out this morning, and you guessed it, still no luck. It's so frustrating as I'm seeing several hundred each morning, had a bit of interest today, they just wouldn't commit. Going to go out and try again Tom. How you guys getting on. Any tips would be great.
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