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Old 02-03-2008, 06:48 AM
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You guys sure do know how to have a good time!
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Old 02-03-2008, 12:31 PM
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Well, in this one thread we have covered crows, hogs, antelope and possum.
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Old 02-08-2008, 12:32 AM
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I feel violated, I thought this place was for long range riflemen,and to think one of you stooped to blasting a crow at short range with a scatter gun!!!! Down right depressing. And dont try to say you plucked his head off at 3000 yds with with a long gun. I just did a visual autopsy on that breast meat and it was killed with #6 bird shot.
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Re: Eating crow

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Just for that remark, I will bring you a gift this Fall. I turns out that people are right about the rank flavor of a mature wild boar. I would say it has about the same taste as week old road killed possum, and it smells worse cooking. I got about 75 pound of it I will bring you. Then you won't be making any more jokes about spotted owls.

I managed to kill the taste with about two tablespoons of szcheuan sauce per pound. The question is how much szchuan pork can a person eat. I guess I will have to get the grinder out and make a lot of hot sausage
My buddy killed a large trophy boar few years ago in Ga. I told him to just kill the small females good eating. Didnt see the idea of killing a trophy to damn ugly to put on wall anyway. This guy is an excellant cook, he learned the hard way. Said he couldn't do a **** thing with this meat, wouldnt even make sausage with out a piss smell.
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