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8 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi Bill
    Thanks for your query on becoming a fox hunter.
    1. You need a property or permission to shoot on a property that has foxes and is large enough to shoot on safely.
    2. You need to have a licensed firearm adequate to humanely kill a fox. Some hunters use bow and arrow, requiring much more hunting skill.
    3. A 12ga shotgun is good for close range, or a rifle, preferably high velocity with projectiles that disintegrate on impact for maximum effect and reduce the chance of ricochet.
    4. You can hide in a likely place for foxes and call them in with a decoy sound or our “Secret Weapon”.
    5. You can spotlight at night on foot or vehicle, considering all safety aspects. I hope this answers your question.

  2. Hi John
    The forms under Contact need reactivating every 2-3 weeks. I reactivated them yesterday. They should work now.

  3. Hi, I have been trying to add references to your form in order to become a member.
    Cannot get these onto your form.
    Any ideas please.

  4. Hi John
    Thanks for your inquiry.
    The research I have done indicates that foxes will eat anything eatable. I’m not sure that they have enough social conscience to not eat their own kind, so it is possible they may cannibalize these carcasses. Wedge tail eagles do take and eat foxes and crows will probably scavenge what the eagles leave, so these are possible culprits. The following YouTube clip might shed light on the issue.

    I hope I have been of help.

  5. Hi, I have been hunting foxes for many years.
    Recently on a sheep farm in Boddington WA where I’ve shot many foxes, I have noticed that all fox carcasses had been eaten within days of having been shot.
    The farmer assures me there are no wild dogs or pigs in the area and nor have I seen any evidence of them.
    My conclusion was that foxes could be cannibals, although not heard of.
    I then did a Google search and found that in the US they did prove that foxes have eaten their own thru analising gut contents.
    I thought I would share this with your readers and maybe get some feedback.
    John Alietti

  6. G’day Graham,

    I heard your interview on the ABC the other day, and was most impressed with it and how you came across…..well done. I was most interested in the ‘distressed parrot’ call you said you used. “Where can I get one of these”.? We have been using the ole standard whistle (in its many guises) but they seem to be having less of an effect these days….especially on the older more cagey foxes that have maybe been shot at before.
    Best Regards.

    Bob Jones

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