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#6093558 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: OrangeOkie]  
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Well, got out yesterday for a midday squirrel hunt. Only 6 days left in the Indiana season. If weather permits, I'm gonna try to get out 1-2 more times.

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Normally I hunt with a .22. However, this woods was close to a couple's house, and with the possiblity of taking a rabbit, I took my little H&R pardner, 20 ga. The squirrels are soaking in the frig as I post this.


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#6094232 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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you suck...


He spoke in tears of 15 years his dog and him traveled about. The dog up and died. She up and died....After 20 years he still grieves.
#6094302 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: ingwe]  
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Hey ingwe, notice the "bubba buddy" on the shotgun? I use one on EVERYTHING! grin


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#6094309 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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you turbo suck...


He spoke in tears of 15 years his dog and him traveled about. The dog up and died. She up and died....After 20 years he still grieves.
#6094539 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: ingwe]  
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how many more of them bubbas do I have ta post before I make the merry band of turdlike people? Enquiring minds wanna know...grin


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#6095370 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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I guess that can be accepted as a public disrespect of the Poobah....


You are in.... grin


He spoke in tears of 15 years his dog and him traveled about. The dog up and died. She up and died....After 20 years he still grieves.
#6096066 - 01/26/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: ingwe]  
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laugh laugh laugh




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#6101984 - 01/28/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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Well, it was nice yesterday, so I took a buddy squirrel hunting. We hit 3 of my better woods, not much moving. I managed to get one, and saw two others. Little varmints got in a hole, before I could get a shot.

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Another bubba buddy pic for ya ingwe! grin


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#6102182 - 01/28/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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cry cry cry


He spoke in tears of 15 years his dog and him traveled about. The dog up and died. She up and died....After 20 years he still grieves.
#6108137 - 01/29/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: ingwe]  
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Glad ya'll are posting some good pics. I haven't been able to find any squirrels since mid-December.

#6108397 - 01/29/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: Phillip_Nesmith]  
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#6110422 - 01/30/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: Ella]  
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Ella, nice pic. Our season closes tomorrow, so I thought I'd give it one more try this AM. Got up and the wind was blowing too hard so....I cleaned the gun, washed the huntin clothes, and called it a season until next August. grin


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#6110493 - 01/30/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: ingwe]  
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Somewhere within the last week, or two at the most, someone posted a link to an article about a guy that did the Grand Slam of squirrels (8 species). Anyone know where it went to? Might be in Outdoor Life. I would love to have a link to it again.
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#6118201 - 02/01/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: BrentD]  
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I'd also be curious to read that piece. I've shot and eaten "red" squirrels, Southern Fox squirrels and the regular grays this year (plus some cross-bred looking buggers). And I've been trying to relocate a small black squirrel that kept bounding by during deer season.
But I didn't know there was a grand slam of squirrels. That's hilarious.

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#6118232 - 02/01/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: Ella]  
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I'll keep looking for it. I'll post a note in a few other places that it might have come from.

There are 8 species according to the author. I've hunted four of them. Reds, Fox, Greys, and Abert's. Of those 4, the Abert's was the king of squirrels for me.

All of them taste wonderful.



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#6121523 - 02/01/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: BrentD]  
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I never figured out what to do w. the old ones but stew 'em or make taco meat. But the young ones, I like to stuff w. rosmary, tyme, garlic, drizzle a little olive oil, and bake 'em (best is wrap 'em in foil and put em on the campfire). Every body likes them done this way. Ale or red wine (bourbon) for accompaniment.

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Not normally my kinda mutt, but she was a rescue off the side of the freeway. Think she'll make a squarl dog?

Ella

(I THINK I got this picture thing figured out.)

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#6121695 - 02/01/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: Ella]  
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Originally Posted by Ella
BrentD,
I'd also be curious to read that piece. I've shot and eaten "red" squirrels, Southern Fox squirrels and the regular grays this year (plus some cross-bred looking buggers). And I've been trying to relocate a small black squirrel that kept bounding by during deer season.
But I didn't know there was a grand slam of squirrels. That's hilarious.

Ella


Ella,
I started a new thread with the link
http://24hourcampfire.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/topics/6121688#Post6121688


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#6125917 - 02/02/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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maddog, is that a pardner with no recoil pad? never could handle mine without some kind of pad. prolly just me...

btw, don't mean to thread jack but how do yall keep the fur out of the meat? it seams that once you get it on you can't get it off. what's the deal?


"8mm rem mag, reach out n' touch something"

"Those who say the .223 is weak probably have never heard of the "meat grinder".

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#6126116 - 02/02/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: piero]  
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This might not be USDA approved but I dunk the squirrels in a bucket of water before skinning. That helps keep it off and makes it easier to wash off later. But it isn't a total cure.

With 20 horses, 2 dogs and 2.75 cats, we have hair in abundance, so we may be desensitized.


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#6126881 - 02/03/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: BrentD]  
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same here except without the horses.
i think i'll try that, thanks.


"8mm rem mag, reach out n' touch something"

"Those who say the .223 is weak probably have never heard of the "meat grinder".

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#6126907 - 02/03/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: piero]  
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piero, yep, it's a pardner. With the loads I'm using, it don't kick much.


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#6130988 - 02/03/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: maddog]  
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Here's a pic of my oldest son 36 yrs ago when he was 8 yrs old with his first squirrel. Next is a pic of him last year with a Kodiak Bear he killed, and then a pic of him receiving his second Bronze Star in Afghanistan, he received his first one in Iraq.
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#6131146 - 02/04/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: hclark]  
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Something to be very proud of Sir!


NRA Benefactor Member.

At my age I don't worry about recoil pads and extra holes for a side mount anymore.
#6131164 - 02/04/12 Re: Squirrel Hunting Pics [Re: model70man]  
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hclark, very nice pics. You should be very proud.


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