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My first foray into the local wood this winter was this afternoon. 

I have watched it late afternoon and a few pigeons were using it. I have a favourite position in the wood and headed straight for it. The mixed deciduous trees swayed in the wind.

I missed the first three, told myself off, then shot six for twelve shots. I could have stayed longer but the midges were eating me alive.


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Up until today we would have had far to many leaves left on the trees for good roost shooting unless you were on the outside of the wood , today we have had a good blow and a lot of leaves were brought down so should now be clear enough to get inside of the wood , mind you very , very little roost shooting is done at this time of the year with the game season now in full swing with most , if not all the woods out of bounds until February .   MM

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