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Old 09-11-2013, 03:38 AM   #81
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Do you guys eat the squirrels or just kill them for fun?
I would have some choice words for anyone who just killed anything for fun. Haven't eaten them in years but as a right of hunter passage I took my son squirrel hunting, just one day so far and no squirrels, , but this weekend we'll get one.. I report back how it tasted....
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I would have some choice words for anyone who just killed anything for fun. Haven't eaten them in years but as a right of hunter passage I took my son squirrel hunting, just one day so far and no squirrels, , but this weekend we'll get one.. I report back how it tasted....
thank you for saying that!

i haven't hunted squirrels in years, but i enjoyed it and i enjoy eating squirrel meat. many good ways to cook up a tree rat!

i never kill anything for fun and detest people who do.
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Squirrel is very good, cant wait untill my son is old enough to go small game hunting. In MI you have to be 10yo to small game hunt. And his tenth birthday is in March, should have a good time next fall.

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but i enjoyed it and i enjoy eating squirrel meat. many good ways to cook up a tree rat!
Wow I didn't know anyone eats squirrel ??

But $hit we eat frog. And that's kinda good
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Wow I didn't know anyone eats squirrel ??

But $hit we eat frog. And that's kinda good
I personally like squirrels better. But fried frog legs are good also.
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Nothing better than frog legs to me but squirrel is a close second .

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Wow I didn't know anyone eats squirrel ??

But $hit we eat frog. And that's kinda good
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I personally like squirrels better. But fried frog legs are good also.
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Nothing better than frog legs to me but squirrel is a close second .
i'm not picky. i'll eat either one of them!
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Ate the frog legs. It tasted sweet to me. Never tried a squirrel though. I would if offered. I have eaten way worse in my travels.

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Ate the frog legs. It tasted sweet to me. Never tried a squirrel though. I would if offered. I have eaten way worse in my travels.
squirrel is damn good to eat! my stepmother made squirrel dumplings that awesome eating! her fried squirrel was pretty good too.

i can remember spending many a fall afternoon in the woods squirrel hunting and bringing them home and my stepmother would cook them up for dinner.
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Okay good! Lol glad to hear that id like to try one some day. haha some people go coyote hunting and im not sure why? They live far away from any cities farms or towns and don't really bother anyone unless you look for them people go into their forest or way out into the dessert just to hunt them I don't think there edible like squirrels? Do people hunt coyotes for fun? If you dont eat it then why do people hunt coyote? Id like to know thanx

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