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    Default Fryed rattle snake

    One rattle snake 3 to 6 feet long cut off about 4 inchs behind the head and skind. Cut into nuggets 2 to 3 inchs long. Let soak in butter milk for 48 hours in frige.
    beat 2 eggs.
    bowl of corn meal for coating, mix in
    2 table spoons of salt
    1 tea spoon of blk pepper
    1/2 tea spoon garlic powder

    Remove nuggets from frige dip in eggs, then place in corn meal.
    Remove from cm and deep fry 350 deg. until golden brown.
    serve hot with cold beer.

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    sheeeuuuuuu!



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    Sounds good. Now someone send me a rattlesnake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul S. View Post
    Sounds good. Now someone send me a rattlesnake.
    Right ! Thinking the same thing.... Where the heck do I get one of those around here ?

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    did you... kill a rattler with a bow?

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    Almost any thick meaty snake will do.
    I kill foam

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillip View Post
    One rattle snake 3 to 6 feet long cut off about 4 inchs behind the head and skind. Cut into nuggets 2 to 3 inchs long.
    Does it hurt him when you cut into his nuggets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenfarr View Post
    Does it hurt him when you cut into his nuggets?
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    "I have a passion for whitetail deer, not a passion for killing them. The fact that I deer hunt does not make me their enemy, but their guardian."
    I play snake

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenfarr View Post
    Does it hurt him when you cut into his nuggets?
    I can't seem to find his nuggets!

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    My 11 yr old son HAD to have rattlesnake for his birthday dinner! Yes, he watches too much 'Man vs. Wild'.....anyway, I reluctantly gave in and fried the snake. It was DELICIOUS! I battered it in flour/egg/flour seasoned with steak seasoning and fried it in olive oil. Yummy!

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    I've eaten Rattlesnake since I was a youngster, it's fine dining....
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    Tried it for the 1st time this year.

    They were alot more accomodating than the Pronghorns this year.

    The 1st one ruined a stalk.
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