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Popped out for a couple of hours to see if there was many bunnies about , I haven't shot this farm since May. Normally good numbers but other people hunt this ground too. Anyway on arrival it was very still with fog and mist in the air and the ground was soaking after the rainfall from the previous night.

It was quickly apparent that there wasn't a lot about and I would have to work for my bunnies . I enjoyed having to search for them and with it being so quiet most shots were around 50 - 60 yds.

Once my game bag was full I headed back down the hill which is when the fog rolled in so I called it a night .

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Nice bag there 🙂 

I have a farm with literally 100's of hare on it. I am not shooting them as farmer likes a few around but they are a real distraction when they come into the call. 

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1 hour ago, oowee said:

Nice bag there 🙂 

I have a farm with literally 100's of hare on it. I am not shooting them as farmer likes a few around but they are a real distraction when they come into the call. 

If there's 100's mate that's far too many , just attracts the ****** ....

 

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23 minutes ago, FOXHUNTER1 said:

If there's 100's mate that's far too many , just attracts the ****** ....

 

Exactly what I said to him but did not want to push the point as I want the stalking lol.

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Talking about hares...I was watching that BBC countryside joke program countryfile tonight and I didn't know the hares have contracting their form of myxi...not a good way to go irrespective how we feel about farm pests.

Cheers

MM

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On 11/11/2018 at 14:03, FOXHUNTER1 said:

Popped out for a couple of hours to see if there was many bunnies about , I haven't shot this farm since May. Normally good numbers but other people hunt this ground too. Anyway on arrival it was very still with fog and mist in the air and the ground was soaking after the rainfall from the previous night.

It was quickly apparent that there wasn't a lot about and I would have to work for my bunnies . I enjoyed having to search for them and with it being so quiet most shots were around 50 - 60 yds.

Once my game bag was full I headed back down the hill which is when the fog rolled in so I called it a night .....Bloody hell, 13 rabbits and 2 hares, you must have a big game bag.

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Nice bag for a couple of hours, obviously the other shooters have not been out at night?

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