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Old 10-09-2013, 11:16 PM   #11
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I like mine with dumplins. My gramps told me the same thing axxe , but on the other hand snakes and crows game on lol



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I like mine with dumplins. My gramps told me the same thing axxe , but on the other hand snakes and crows game on lol
and coyotes


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If you aren't going to eat it, don't kill it!

In Pennsylvania, wasted game is illegal & punishable by license revocation & fines.

I would assume California is much the same.

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I like rabbit or squirrel fried, smothered in gravy, served on rice. Come to think about it, I can't think of a meat I don't like fried and smothered in gravy. Even the toughest cut of meat will become tender after enough time in a pressure cooker.

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Yeah ken. Just want to be out in the open and shoot. I have a member ship to a gun range. But would just like to shoot squirrels. Or plink some metal targets.

The question you need a hunting license to shoot small game? I think you do. I think that's a safe bet.

Would love to know someone around Modesto that had land. But I'm just a city folk. Lol. When your 44 you dint make new friends.

But new to hunting, if I like hunting I might get a bigger gun and try bigger game. Will ask my buddy's if they want to try hunting. Maybe find someone to learn off of.
It's never to late to take a hunters safety course. If you are not ready to hunt this season, you will be ready for next season. Hunting small game on public land is challenging. Two hunters working as a team will always be more successful than a lone hunter. You will always consider the people that teach you to hunt as friends. I will drive 800 miles and spend a small fortune on out of state hunting licenses just to hunt a few days with the people I hunted with as a child.


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