Pests that have been killed .

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Re: Pests that have been killed .

Postby Packhorse » Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:49 pm

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 .

Postby Scribe » Wed Oct 30, 2019 12:25 pm

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.
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