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  • Good drinks for flasks for foxhunting
  • What drink is drunk by fox hunters ?

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    09-08-2012, 07:59 AM
  #71
Green Broke
Foxes are smart, kill one the rest must figure it out, as generally I only have to kill on a year or so to not have problems. Lots of fox hunting in Va, Pretty big club near me actually. Got an x gf that is big into it. And yeh they catch and kill the fox. Oh well, too bad so sad, sucks for the fox. Wander how My big walker will do. Think they will let me play if I use and Australian saddle ?
     
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    09-08-2012, 03:08 PM
  #72
Green Broke
Our local hunt clubs go out on the trail of a live fox but don't kill him, once they sight him everyone goes home to eat and enjoy a drink together
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    09-08-2012, 11:27 PM
  #73
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Originally Posted by Hoofprints in the Sand    
Our local hunt clubs go out on the trail of a live fox but don't kill him, once they sight him everyone goes home to eat and enjoy a drink together
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Haha all the fox hunters I knew were boozers! They would carry flasks with them the entire hunt and were buzzed by the time they got off. They'd have their before-hunt drinks, their flasks during the hunt, and their after-hunt drinks. And then when they weren't hunting, they were drinking and talking about the hunt. I never drank on the hunt though.

Our hounds had a cougar on the run once, which apparently never happened because there aren't any cougars in Georgia. But they did have one. They second guessed themselves when the cat stopped, turned and faced them for a showdown. Hounds pretended to catch another scent and went the other way

We had a couple guests with TWHs. I never heard any complaints about them and they never came back early, so I bet you could take yours!
     
    09-10-2012, 05:05 PM
  #74
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Copperhead    
Haha all the fox hunters I knew were boozers! They would carry flasks with them the entire hunt and were buzzed by the time they got off. They'd have their before-hunt drinks, their flasks during the hunt, and their after-hunt drinks. And then when they weren't hunting, they were drinking and talking about the hunt. I never drank on the hunt though.

Our hounds had a cougar on the run once, which apparently never happened because there aren't any cougars in Georgia. But they did have one. They second guessed themselves when the cat stopped, turned and faced them for a showdown. Hounds pretended to catch another scent and went the other way

We had a couple guests with TWHs. I never heard any complaints about them and they never came back early, so I bet you could take yours!
Hahaha yeah the drinking schedule sounds about right! That's why I love hunt clubs
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    09-10-2012, 05:16 PM
  #75
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I love my flask!!!
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    09-10-2012, 05:21 PM
  #76
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I love my flask!!!
I have one with the Confederate flag on it. Just waitin' for my hunt invite, so I can fill that puppy with blackberry brandy and drag it out at an opportune moment!
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    09-10-2012, 10:24 PM
  #77
Green Broke
Mmmmmmm blackberry brandy!!!
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