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Old 25-12-2011, 14:01   #16
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Barnie.... we used to call it 'Scrumpin..' in my youth... really pissed off the farmers etc... we rated next to vermin and bugs.
If they'd had a pesticide to deal with pesky kids I'm sure they'da used it.... lmao
Yeah, but that was a long, loong looong loooong time ago
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Thats why the farmer loaded his shotgun with rocksalt.
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Very informative answers . Thanks! Foraging and bow hunting are my favorite hobbies besides sailing. I dont expect to do any bow hunting internationally, but i was curious about foraging. Thanks so much.
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How do you feel about locals foraging your boat? For outboards, diesel, electronic gadgets.

I am not sure the question was serious. But my answer is.

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Very informative answers . Thanks! Foraging and bow hunting are my favorite hobbies besides sailing. I dont expect to do any bow hunting internationally, but i was curious about foraging. Thanks so much.
You can have it all - bow hunting and foraging while sailing - just wait for the flying fish and squid to land on the front of your deck...

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