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PostSubject: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 8:07 am

hi lads any of you use open door and ETS ? have ya got any pics as im after some ideas was told to put a small bob wire trap on the floor/bottom of the door type of thing what sounds good but would like to see some other pics to see what options there are thanks in advance cheers
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 9:14 am

defeats the object of open door surely....I would rather have the trap higher up jmo
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:31 pm

Rene the pads would have to run all round the open door frame plus be more powerfull than what the are now to pick up the ring as the birds flew in , Would make it a very expensive system to install just my thoughts
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:10 pm

we just have the trap in the bottom of our mesh doors for the old birds.the ybs are up a height
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 11:17 pm

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Rene the pads would have to run all round the open door frame plus be more powerfull than what the are now to pick up the ring as the birds flew in , Would make it a very expensive system to install just my thoughts
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Don't quite know about that Ken Smile Smile etc. for what I remember Sean here mentioned  a new system  a while back which works on a scanner like at the super market type of thing. Only for the rich thou lol! lol! lol! & I suspect sadly Rene would miss the boat Wink Wink unfortunately in that department "I think". Getting back to the subject if one is going to use what we call a fly in here I would go for an open door section with the bobs/plate/pad for the E/clock on the floor etc at the back of the section leading into the other sections of the loft & it really only needs to be about a metre wide x a metre for most small type lofts with the pad being about 45 cm's wide . The little fat bloke Smile Smile has this system in place & it's magical to see his birds trap when they are in tune. There is not a man born Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes in my view that could beat his system with the old manual clock like I still use. If my computor skills here were up to scratch I would do a drawing or post a photo of his type of set up but as most here know by now ???? I'm not all that bright with computors.  Now !!! Just to throw a spanner in the
works/subject here, his pads are before the bobs into the loft or other sections & as many would know thou the birds are in the loft on race day they are not ??? unless they have gone through the trap/bobs, even thou they have been clocked  Wink  Wink & this senario always makes for some interesting conversation here at times.    cheers
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 11:20 pm

not sure if its me being thick, but how is trapping through bobs open door...? scratch
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Fri Nov 14, 2014 11:35 pm

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not sure if its me being thick, but how is trapping through bobs open door...?  scratch

Interpretation David lol! lol! lol! & always remember Smile Smile  we are a weird mob down here, in the way we do things at times & I suspect it comes down to where the pad is placed for the Electronic clock in the loft. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sat Nov 15, 2014 8:20 pm

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hi lads any of you use open door and ETS ? have ya got any pics as im after some ideas was told to put a small bob wire trap on the floor/bottom of the door type of thing what sounds good but would like to see some other pics to see what options there are thanks in advance cheers

Rene a lot of the fanciers I know trap the birds through bob wires at floor level but through the doors which are placed in the corridor mate

So yes you trap through open doors but then closed doors in the corridor mate
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:46 pm

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Rene A wrote:
hi lads any of you use open door and ETS ? have ya got any pics as im after some ideas was told to put a small bob wire trap on the floor/bottom of the door type of thing what sounds good but would like to see some other pics to see what options there are thanks in advance cheers

Rene a lot of the fanciers I know trap the birds through bob wires at floor level but through the doors which are placed in the corridor mate

So yes you trap through open doors but then closed doors in the corridor mate

Yes that's it etc Smile Smile to a point. When you have hundreds of pigeons coming at all times Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes like some I know Wink Wink down here, one doesn't want to be opening & shutting the door to the fly in & that is why you bring the bob's into play etc like I suggested as the birds are then fed into the other sections by themselves "Think of sheep" lol! lol! lol! . cheers
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:54 pm

strange, I always thought if you flew to the open door it meant you had the door open for them to come in, if you flew to traps they entered through traps....simple, or is it scratch

is black white or is white black ?.....is everything upside down and back to front...? scratch study
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sun Nov 16, 2014 12:07 am

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strange, I always thought if you flew to the open door it meant you had the door open for them to come in, if you flew to traps they entered through traps....simple, or is it scratch

is black white or is white black ?.....is everything upside down and back to front...? scratch study

Who at the end I'm affraid would really know David Smile Smile etc. Just remember thou lol! lol! lol! compared to where you are. Everything is upside down Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes down here, in a global sense. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sun Nov 16, 2014 4:35 pm

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Rene A wrote:
hi lads any of you use open door and ETS ? have ya got any pics as im after some ideas was told to put a small bob wire trap on the floor/bottom of the door type of thing what sounds good but would like to see some other pics to see what options there are thanks in advance cheers

Rene a lot of the fanciers I know trap the birds through bob wires at floor level but through the doors which are placed in the corridor mate

So yes you trap through open doors but then closed doors in the corridor mate


thanks don that's what I was ment to say is they will fly through open door and into corridor
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PostSubject: Re: open door and ETS   Sun Nov 16, 2014 10:02 pm

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strange, I always thought if you flew to the open door it meant you had the door open for them to come in, if you flew to traps they entered through traps....simple, or is it scratch

is black white or is white black ?.....is everything upside down and back to front...? scratch study

Does that mean your letting your pigeons out when there coming in David lol! lol! Question
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