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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:49 pm
by Packhorse
Scribe wrote:About the lever action 'Packhorse'. Are you going to give it an operation before December.

It’s had its operation ‘Scribe’ ...that’s now why it’s a (Ja)Cinchester.....;-)


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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:25 pm
by Scribe
AAARRRGGH I get it now. Very clever.
A bit happening. Still catching snapper and whitebait. I havnt put up any photos as they look just the same as the snapper and whitebait I catch every year.
Sitting and waiting for the poisoners of the country to put in their toxin drops at Whenuakite at the moment. They claim another massive mast year this year to account for the number of rats they claim the forest holds. Once we had a mast year every 7-8 years now if you can believe them (and we don't) we have a mast year every year.
A more accurate picture is they have poisoned everything else including the birds which means a large increase in the food supply for the survivors and rats are the great survivors.

Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sat Dec 21, 2019 9:53 pm
by Packhorse
It’s being a while. A perfect head shot. Would of being good for sale but alas a doe in milk...no good for that. It’ll be good for nuggets though...

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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sun Jan 26, 2020 9:39 pm
by Packhorse
Neck shot....

Cats will appreciate it..

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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 12:18 am
by Packhorse
Quick look around tonight. Albeit dry still a bit of stalk around.

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Ended up with three hares, moggy and a possum. Only one hare n possum suitable for pet food. Saw 7 other possums. Coulda shot them thought ‘ nah I’ll wait a couple of months n get them then..


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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sun Apr 05, 2020 9:08 pm
by Packhorse
Officially no hunting....so I was doing pest control...

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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sat Apr 11, 2020 2:53 pm
by Packhorse
Pest control while doing my rounds today...

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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sat Apr 11, 2020 7:19 pm
by Scribe
You are getting a lot more hunting and exercise than the normal housebound husband in the city, and I guess a better variety and quantity of food than the City and Town bound 'Packhorse'. You deserve it though.
I have no story's to put up because my computer has started to play up and I cant put up the Photo's.
All the narks that this Government has cultivated are up here from Auckland just waiting for a local to put a foot wrong so they came report them.

Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Sat Apr 11, 2020 8:55 pm
by Packhorse
Scribe wrote:You are getting a lot more hunting and exercise than the normal housebound husband in the city, and I guess a better variety and quantity of food than the City and Town bound 'Packhorse'. You deserve it though.
I have no story's to put up because my computer has started to play up and I cant put up the Photo's.
All the narks that this Government has cultivated are up here from Auckland just waiting for a local to put a foot wrong so they came report them.

A friend of ours father has being seconded to assist answering the nark line....apparently it’s really busy....we(the nation) have turned into a bunch of narkers....what has become of us....??!

No real exercise involved ‘Scribe’, shot of either the tractor or motor bike when doing the feed bins today. We are still pretty dry n it’s the middle of April....it’s gonna be a hard winter...had a light frost this morning...


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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Posted: Fri May 01, 2020 7:17 pm
by Packhorse
Being a while since I popped one of these....

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