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    To the trapper working the end of Kumeti rd...

    Clear your traps you lazy bastard...

    I had a deer and was back at the truck before lunch, all the while you had possums still in your traps....





    First NI deer and first blood for the 9.3x57...

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    Slack; good job.

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    Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimp View Post
    Slack; good job.
    +1

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    Good work on the deer. Disappointing about the trapper. Did you bring your gsp up with you?
    Yeah nah bro

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    Well done great bush caliber the 9.3 x57 good to see a few of the old classics getting used. Factory or reload I am interested in the details.
    Velocity is thrilling,but diameter does the real killing.

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    Good mornings work,
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    You have 12 hours after sun up to check them, unless they have changed the laws recently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipgr View Post
    Good work on the deer. Disappointing about the trapper. Did you bring your gsp up with you?
    Yeah but he isnt kiwi trained yet so I didnt take him... Hoping he goes well on pheasants...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildman View Post
    Yeah but he isnt kiwi trained yet so I didnt take him... Hoping he goes well on pheasants...
    Good on you for being a responsible owner. All the best with him!
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    Yeah nah bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by john m View Post
    Well done great bush caliber the 9.3 x57 good to see a few of the old classics getting used. Factory or reload I am interested in the details.
    Defiantly reloads. 250gr Speers thanks to @Tentman doing a lazy 1820fps. Knocked him off his knees though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brad View Post
    You have 12 hours after sun up to check them, unless they have changed the laws recently?
    Ofcourse. However last time I checked gin-traps were frowned upon and there were also a number of stone dead animals still in traps which would indicate they weren't set yesterday...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildman View Post
    Ofcourse. However last time I checked gin-traps were frowned upon and there were also a number of stone dead animals still in traps which would indicate they weren't set yesterday...
    And if your traps are full of dead stuff they are not catching any live stuff!
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    Gin traps are banned completely, were down to size 1 traps, raised sets on Doc land to protect kiwi and weka. Dead animals would be the result of three or more days left unchecked, not sure what you have on your hands here lazy amateur. Or someone who doesn't give a shit. Report it to Doc or the council this shit is'nt normal or ok at all . They will / can remove the traps and prosecute the person responsable. This is no in any way acceptable.
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