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Missouri Conservation Agents recently arrested three men from Minnesota that killed 101 squirrels on a couple of northern Missouri public conservation areas. The limit for squirrels is 10 per hunter per day with a total possession limit of 20 squirrels total per hunter. Can't imagine traveling out of state to poach squirrels.


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Wonder how many days it took them?? Places must be loaded.


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I think it was one days take. I've seen times when I could have killed one heck of a lot of squirrels on a long day. Especially so with a shotgun.


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Saw some squirrel hunters from Minnesota on a North Mo public area last year while bowhunting. Were they Asian?


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I don't know their ethnicity. Hmong, ya think? They have a reputation as poachers.


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Bag limits on tree rats are a joke. But, rules are rules...and must be enforced.


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Originally Posted by MOGC
Missouri Conservation Agents recently arrested three men from Minnesota that killed 101 squirrels on a couple of northern Missouri public conservation areas. The limit for squirrels is 10 per hunter per day with a total possession limit of 20 squirrels total per hunter. Can't imagine traveling out of state to poach squirrels.


Can't imagine skinning 101 squirrels, even with two guys helping!


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Hmong? I don't know, definitely Asian though. A whole damn family (men,women and kids) in 3 or 4 different vehicles. All had Minnesota plates. I found it quite odd at the time. It is rare to see out of state bow hunters there, let alone squirrel hunters.

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Originally Posted by deerhunter5555
Bag limits on tree rats are a joke. But, rules are rules...and must be enforced.


About thirty years ago I know of two old timers around here that got into an argument about who was the better squirrel hunter. They decided to have a squirrel tournament and went to the woods together one cool October morning. Once there they split up agreeing to meet back at the truck at noon straight up. I don't remember exactly which one won the event but the thing that stuck with me was that one of the old guys killed 68 squirrels with a single shot Winchester M37 12 gauge. This old man always bought a 30" full choke, then sawed off 2" of barrel claiming that gave him the perfect amount of choke for squirrels and rabbits.

I remember they said they cleaned squirrels from noon until dark. The one said he killed so many that he made two trips back to the truck to unload his harvested squirrels because they were getting hard to manage. I assume the other guy killed about as many or more. Like I said, I don't remember who won. I do know these old fellers cleaned them the hard way by splitting the hide across the back and pulling from there. I'd bet those squirrels were a mess by the time those old geezers got done wrestling them around.

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We at times have an influx of Asians or Russians chasing mushrooms in the spring the year after substantial fires. They are usually quite famous for being completely ignorant of game regs. Will live off the land to the maximum.

An acquaintance was once running a west side deer check station. About 3 carloads of Russians approached and there were deer inside and outside the rigs for every man woman and child aboard. Not one of the animals had been unzipped.


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Hmong don't skin their squirrels. They toss them into a campfire in the "round". The fire takes care of the hair. Choice items of the cooked insides, are also consumed.
I had a scoutmaster that was native American about 6 decades ago. He would bring some live chickens and a 5 gallon bucket of wet creek bottom clay to camp outings. He would chop off the heads, work the wet clay into the feathers to encase the chickens and toss them into our campfire. When the clay was baked hard, the chickens were raked out of the fire. The clay was cracked and peeled which removed the feathers. The bird inside was nicely steamed. The heart, livers and outside slices of gizzards were tasty also.

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I know of 2 fellows that got 42 one morning. Guy shooting the shotgun stopped at 25 and the guy shooting the .22 stopped at 17.


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Originally Posted by Badgerloader
Hmong don't skin their squirrels. They toss them into a campfire in the "round". The fire takes care of the hair. Choice items of the cooked insides, are also consumed.
I had a scoutmaster that was native American about 6 decades ago. He would bring some live chickens and a 5 gallon bucket of wet creek bottom clay to camp outings. He would chop off the heads, work the wet clay into the feathers to encase the chickens and toss them into our campfire. When the clay was baked hard, the chickens were raked out of the fire. The clay was cracked and peeled which removed the feathers. The bird inside was nicely steamed. The heart, livers and outside slices of gizzards were tasty also.


I found an article in a magazine of Boys life that described how to do that and followed the instructions, the chicken came out edible it wouldn't compare to a KFC chicken but it was interesting to try it. Our camp dog really liked it.


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Originally Posted by xverminator
Hmong? I don't know, definitely Asian though. A whole damn family (men,women and kids) in 3 or 4 different vehicles. All had Minnesota plates. I found it quite odd at the time. It is rare to see out of state bow hunters there, let alone squirrel hunters.

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Been around those Hmong idiots a lot while living in MN.. they enjoy " hunting" if you could call it that...

I've seen then up around Orrock MN, on Federal lands up there... 20 plus of them, in two old rusty station wagons.. out of St Paul.

Hunting at Orrock which wasn't far from home.... I've been shot at more than once by them.... as they were just shooting in the direction where they heard some noise..... once had two of them unload both of their shotguns in my direction, when in a grove of trees...I had flattened on the ground after the first two shots...both of them fired 4 more times each... when they started to reload, I fired a couple of shots in the air, in their direction at a 45 degree angle over their heads..

they were yelling in broken English "Don't shoot"....I yelled at them hands up...which they complied...

marched them back to the parking lot for that locale.. told them to drop their shot guns...hands up...
I threw their shot guns in the right floor of my car, and then had them hand over the keys to their car...

half a mile up the road, I stopped where they could see me in the distance, and tossed their shot guns into a hedge...
a little further up the road, I threw their car keys out the window into a ditch full of water...left them stranded out there as it was getting dark....

Learned to hate being around Hmong out in the woods when hunting...later on, there was a couple of hunters out of St Cloud that were shot by Hmong that were just shooting in the direction of sounds in the woods...

but because they were immigrants, typical DFL ran Minnesota wouldn't prosecute them, always saying they didn't know any better...only thing laws meant to Hmong were don't get caught.... Hmong poached like crazy, season or no season... and they throw their trash all over the place....

Illegal immigrants here in Oregon from Mexico and Latin America, aren't much better.. as they poach like crazy....and litter all over the place...


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I think I'm about the last squirrel hunter in NY. Haven't run into anybody else out hunting squirrels in 30 years. We still have a limit of 6 per day and it's completely unnecessary considering how few hunt them anymore. About all anybody's interested in these days is deer and turkey.

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more squirrels in town than in the woods here timber companys cut down all trees then plant just pine

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Regards the chicken, I saw a movie a few years ago where africans roasted a white hunter that way.

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Originally Posted by websterparish47
Regards the chicken, I saw a movie a few years ago where africans roasted a white hunter that way.

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Regards the chicken, I saw a movie a few years ago where africans roasted a white hunter that way.




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Originally Posted by Badgerloader
Hmong don't skin their squirrels. They toss them into a campfire in the "round". The fire takes care of the hair. Choice items of the cooked insides, are also consumed.
I had a scoutmaster that was native American about 6 decades ago. He would bring some live chickens and a 5 gallon bucket of wet creek bottom clay to camp outings. He would chop off the heads, work the wet clay into the feathers to encase the chickens and toss them into our campfire. When the clay was baked hard, the chickens were raked out of the fire. The clay was cracked and peeled which removed the feathers. The bird inside was nicely steamed. The heart, livers and outside slices of gizzards were tasty also.


I have done ducks this way the only difference is I did eviscerate them, wrapped in clay and bake turned out very enjoyable. Cheers NC


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