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    went squirrel hunting again today with my longbow , tree rats 4 , me 0

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    I bet it was fun though

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    I've never tried it with a bow but The Princess has been very close to sticking one a few times.
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    I ve tried with rabbits but never squirrels, unless you count the ones I ve shot while in a tree stand.

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    I took 5 yesterday....but used the MarII TR

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    I've took a few with my bow out hunting with some old arrows i had laying around. it kind of sucks when you pin the thing to the tree.
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    Just curious, you guys eatn those tree-rats? I grew up eatn squirrels but haven't had one in many years. No-one to cook them for me. I think I will take my daughter in a couple of years as shes only 4, and I was considering using the old hoyt. My wife swears she'll divorce me if I "bring one of them nasty things in my house."

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    Quote Originally Posted by knarly9 View Post
    Just curious, you guys eatn those tree-rats? I grew up eatn squirrels but haven't had one in many years. No-one to cook them for me. I think I will take my daughter in a couple of years as shes only 4, and I was considering using the old hoyt. My wife swears she'll divorce me if I "bring one of them nasty things in my house."
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    Yeah, "lookie there, another squirrel."

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    Quote Originally Posted by knarly9 View Post
    Yeah, "lookie there, another squirrel."
    man them things sure are good fried up good and brown being rolled in corn meal and flour
    my mammy n law can mke the best you ever put in your mouth
    man if you had another hand you would choke yourself



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    man them things sure are good fried up good and brown being rolled in corn meal and flour
    my mammy n law can mke the best you ever put in your mouth
    man if you had another hand you would choke yourself
    My great grandmother used to make rabbit and squirrel dumplings. They would make your stomach chew a hole through your backbone thinking about em. Dont guess those older ladies passed those squirrel skills on to these younger women.

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