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Posted by rpl10 - Created: 2 years ago
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Posted by bartyb - 2 years ago

Yes, I do thanks.

and assuming you want to know too http://www.chasseurdefrance.com/chasser-en-france/dates-douverture/

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Posted by rpl10 - 2 years ago

again, my question was simply, does anyone know when hunting season is....

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Posted by convent girl-439588 - 2 years ago

i expect to get abuse for this but......we all chose to live in France so we have to abide by their customs and traditions.

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Posted by rpl10 - 2 years ago

thanks, will do

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Posted by Busterboy - 2 years ago

If you google 'jours chasse ' & your dept it should give you some info.

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Posted by rpl10 - 2 years ago

"Did yu knt know that they hunted in France when you bought - it never ceases to amaze me the number f Brits who have moved / bought here and then moan about aspects of life here " why do the French ................... " " why don't French shops stock ..."

 

where is the discussion in that.....no reference to my question..no interest in "discussing" with you

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Posted by jackorjason - 2 years ago

" plus I'm Irish " = ? ( not sure I understand that bit - anybody help )

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Posted by jackorjason - 2 years ago

rpl10 - " chip on my shoulder " = ? ( no idea what you are talking about etc )

" cower behind your laptop " - sorry I thought discussion meant putting over points of view not having to just nod and agree with one side etc

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Posted by oakley-419073 - 2 years ago

rpl10

I am not pro hunting but you will get no sympathy from the marie to complain about hunters in a jeep on a bridleway. It is very pro hunting all over France and Brittany.   Although most vehicles are not allowed on the tracks the owners of the lands adjacent and hunters are allowed.    It's not always something fluffy that gets killed - we know  of a horse that was shot and left for dead in the field by a hunter.    The poor horse died.   Much better to contact the association and ask them what days they do hunt so you don't get shot at.   Complaining will only get their backs up. 

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Posted by rpl10 - 2 years ago

 

jackorjason you got a chip on your shoulder ? do you know everything about living in france then? suggest you come and meet me if you want to discuss things further....don't come on here if you can't be helpful and cower behind your laptop screen.... plus im Irish