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Old 01-10-2012, 07:52 PM   #1
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Today me and my buddy woke up at 6:30 to go squirrel hunting and it payed off we nailed them suckers!

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Two for him two for me

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Old 01-10-2012, 08:01 PM   #2
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How will they be cooked?
Curious, as I've never eaten squirrel.
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I only eat the back legs which I prolly will throw on the grill after soaking in a brine for atleast three hours

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I'd rather go hunting drug dealers!
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I'd rather go hunting drug dealers!
Ye if you go nothing better to do I guess..

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I'd rather go hunting drug dealers!
If there wasn't such a heavy penalty for hunting them, I would gladly join you on that hunt....well maybe not. I'd rather get the ones in my town first, then I'd come and join you. Haha
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Today me and my buddy woke up at 6:30 to go squirrel hunting and it payed off we nailed them suckers!

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I only eat the back legs which I prolly will throw on the grill after soaking in a brine for atleast three hours

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Seriously? Seems wasteful. Just quarter them, salt, pepper, flour, and fry them tree rats!
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Seriously? Seems wasteful. Just quarter them, salt, pepper, flour, and fry them tree rats!
Fully agree what a waste. If u gonna kill em hell eat em u forgot the front legs an neck meat, what a waste
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I've been squirrel hunting for about 2weeks. These suckers are nesting under my house and trying to chew there way into my mud room after the dog food. Other than shooting them I'm not sure how to get them out of here. Any suggestions? Ill try anything. Or if anyones hungry dinners in the tree.
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