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  1. I have seen a previous post about this from way back in 2017, but was hoping to get some more up to date thoughts on the topic Has/ does anyone loft a flapper in the trees when they go roost shooting. Seems like it would be a brilliant way to focus the incoming birds on a specific location of the wood. Only issue in my head would be the weight of the flapper and dead bird at 30ft ! (would run a cable extension down from flapper to battery on floor)
  2. Hi finally took pw member Vladmeister out for his first roost shoot tonight . We set up and the pigeon came in straight away ,we were in a small wood by a drain , the shooting was fast and furious and we ended up with 21 pigeon and 3 gadwell which flew along the drain a great night pictures to follow.
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