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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Bohannon, Mar 18, 2020.
Looks like he a lot of fun doing it too
Yes. He lives for that kind of stuff. We got an australian shepherd pup about a month ago, and they go over to the barn about everyday and work on elimimating the pigeons, or chasing squirrels. He told me today that when the bird fell down he couldnt find it, but Levi (the pup) went straight to it and brought it out to him.
I work 3rd shift currently, so i was asleep. He took it upon himself to show his little brother how to clean it.
Makes a feller proud just to be honest.
Plenty of squirrels in the woods. They deserve it for snitching
People talk about the Great Depression, and surviving off the land by Illegal hunting. However they fail to understand that today our population of people is much higher, than back in the 1930's. If this virus scare gets to the point where poaching takes hold, then our Deer Herd will be wiped-out!!
Don't let that meat go to waste.
Plan ahead, poach now, be prepared and get ahead of the curve.
The squirrels in my neighborhood will be the first to go.
You will starve! lol
I know to many strip jobs that have cattle running around on them to worry about a little ol deer.
This could take care of the free range horse problem.
At what point are Soylent greens acceptable? Got some Fatty's around here that would be easy to bow hunt.
I'll pick some poke for those toilet paper hoarders here in a few weeks; they won't starve.
Poke salat for sale.
Maybe only those of us from E Ky will get what I'm referring.
No was raised around it in south Alabama
I like the stalks fried. I usually pick a couple messes every year. I made salat one time. I thought my insides were going to come out in the toilet. I was told that I didn't drain it enough or ate too much. I didn't try it again to find out.
Girl i know asked me about those poke greens the other day. Told her i read about them on here. All i know is they grow wild