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About dretopshot

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  1. Maybe not the best channel but you could check out my channel from Ireland https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdXL__oYvbmKo0Ccm-vWRfw Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I went out about a month ago with a mate who had recently bought a Winchester SX4. It was a typical Irish day with sunny spells mixed in with heavy showers. The crows & ferals pigeons decoyed pretty steady in the morning but tailed off in the early afternoon. Ended up with a decent bag of birds despite some of the poor shooting and a new gun well christened. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Here is the last video from the end of the pheasant season in Ireland. This was over a few days at the back end of January. Great season had by all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. The first 2 birds had a bit of hang time after the kill, luckily they fell on the grass & not the stones. The dogs do get a hard time hunting the steep hills & thick cover but it keeps them fit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. This part 1 of a 2 part pheasant video from January on our pheasant shoot. End of January spells the end of our game shooting season so we were trying to mop up some of the leftover birds before the climax to the season. I hope you enjoy, subscribe to my channel for lots more videos to come: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Here is a couple of recent videos I made. The first one is from before Christmas hunting woodcock on a very bright sunny day. A lot of slow motions because it is sometimes hard to pick the birds up: The second video is from New Year's Eve on our pheasant shoot. I didn't shoot the best if I'm honest, but the day was topped off with a lovely Michigan blueback: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Another video out on the Pheasant Syndicate in Ireland. This one is from Boxing Day, so after loads of turkey & wine on Christmas Day the shooting wasn't great. Was a really great day weather wise but the sun constantly proved a hindrance with it in my eyes and also shining off the sea. I hope you all enjoy, plenty more videos to follow!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I know a lot of you guys in the states & Canada like your waterfowl shooting so I thought I would share this video. Myself & a couple of mates travelled to Aberdeenshire in Scotland at the end of November 2016 for a spot of goose & duck shooting. On the first morning the weather didn't really play ball & with no wind it proved very difficult to get the geese into range. This wasn't helped half way through the flight when the Farmer in the neighbouring field started ploughing. We ended up with 5 pinkfoot & 2 greylag geese. The evening was much better; we were positioned around a small pond & in the next hour or so we shot 23 teal & 21 mallard. The second morning on the geese was much the same, no wind & more frustration with all the birds being drawn to another stubble a mile or so away. Anyway, we made the most of our couple of opportunities & bagged 9 pinkfoot geese. The evening was another successful one on the ducks with 15 mallard bagged, although 2 of them were lost. A great trip all in all and I'm sure we will be back in the future. We came back with plenty of meat for the table between us. Thanks for watching Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Here is another compilation video I have done of some crow shooting from September. Nothing too exciting, but check out the white flights on the wing of the Grey Crow I shot: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thanks lads for watching. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. It taken me a while to get this video made as I haven't had time. However, this video is from the 27th September 2016, an outing on barley stubble. When I arrived at the fields the trees just exploded with pigeons, so I had a feeling it was going to be a great day. The wind was very strong and I only had one option on where to put the hide and unfortunately it meant the wind was in my face. This made for great shooting as some of the birds were shot going over my head with the wind. At times the wind was so strong that it was difficult to keep the hide up. The most action came after lunch when the pigeons just starting decoying much better. This was my first ever solo red letter day on pigeons and I packed up as soon as I reached the milestone. I probably could have stayed on another couple of hours & got another 20 or 30, but I had enough fun by that stage. Thanks for watching, make sure & stay tuned to the end for the bloopers section!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Here is another decoying video from the summer. A compilation of a couple of poor days out in the field. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Here is a video from the 6th of September. Myself & a mate spent a few hours on wheat stubble. Ended up a decent bag of corvids & a few pigeons. Unfortunately the rain was on & off throughout the day or we may have got to 3 figures. Hope you enjoy: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Here is another crow & pigeon shooting video from Ireland. This video was filmed back on the 17th August, a few hours in the afternoon provided me with some decent sport. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Short video on this occasion. The following video was filmed on the 13th August 2016 in Ireland. We were shooting over some laid wheat, that the pigeons had started to feed on. The weather wasn't great and the action was slow enough, but we managed a respectable bag of 30 birds. Thanks for watching https://youtu.be/_GM7xnVG5xQ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk