Small Game & Varminting
In this hunting video I start by lamping with my girl friends pointer x lurcher (Missy). Even though she has caught just over 10 rabbits on the lamp, she hasn’t caught any local until now. The rabbits local are very thin on the ground but have also been hard to catch as they use the hedges to escape. She has come very close on a couple occasions however I have managed to lose the footage. On this night she misses the first squatter but we find a perfect chance on the next spot. The grass is rough and the rabbit is far enough out offering a great chance. The warren the rabbit wants to get back to is behind me with sheep fencing between us. The rabbit starts hobbling away and I thought Missy had seen the rabbit but when I left her go she runs off in the opposite direction. I was really annoyed but I carried on lamping some fields I hadn’t lamped before. In one of these fields I find the next perfect chance and Missy has a great run up and down the hedge and catches her first local rabbit.
The next part in the video im ferreting with brandon and his dog lass on more new permission.The open warren is far too big in my opinion for only 4 ferrets but also the rabbits refuse to bolt so we do a lot of digging that day. We do manage some better action from a small patch of woodland, I don’t film this though but we do lamp our other permissions. Lass put a few more rabbits in the bag and brandon shoots a hare.
Hope you enjoy the video
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Game hunting in Baltimore. I was visiting my friend Joe and my nephew Baby Conrad, and decided to see if we could hit up a few local game stores.
Right down the street from where Joe lives there is
2101 Essex St
Baltimore, MD 21231
A fun little small shop with video games, board games, and more
Stop two was a little further away so we hopped on some Bird Scooters to get there and that was
Protean Books & Records
836 Leadenhall St
Call (410) 988-4708
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The restaurant we visited was called Mothers Grille
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We do small game too! In this video, Bearded Butcher Scott teaches his 10 year old son Brady how to skin and field dress the rabbit Brady harvested, ensuring the hunting tradition stays alive for years to come! We cooked this rabbit on an outdoor Big Green Egg grill with our Chipotle Blend Seasoning and really enjoyed the results.
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