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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Bohannon, Mar 18, 2020.
Plenty of carp to eat in west part of the state.
Watched a guy fillet and cook an asian carp on utube yesterday. Meat looked just like hybrid or striper/rock fish. He didn't even cut the red meat out, just the blood vein. Said it was really good. If it tastes like and has the same texture as those fish, people are missing out on some good eating. He said in the restaurant they call it silver fin because if they call it asian carp people don't want to eat it.
There will still be Bigfoots in certain areas. Problem is actually finding one.
If they were close to a decent hunter there freezors would be stocked already. These loudmouth rednecks can't kill one during hunting season.
i dont know why you all care about the deer population the kentucky department of fish and wildlife want every deer killed anyways and dont care about our deer population. you all dont care during deer season so why care now. they dont even care about the turkey population now. we are so behind on times compared to ohio. doesnt make sense either they wont even let us trap coyotes year around doesnt make sense when in ohio you can
Oh shut up and move to Ohio
I agree on getting rid of some of the yotes but KY is a top 5 state for trophy deer so they must be doing something right there. I have heard the same thing from others about not protecting the turkeys well enough.
Many Deer Hunters, as well as non-Deer hunters, do care about the health and welfare of our existing Deer herd, in Kentucky.
How'd that "study" turn out on your property?
I heard mountain lion tasted good. Should have plenty to hunt in the central part of the state.
I don't see how we are a top state they are ruining the d
I don't see how we are a top state they are ruining the deer population
No they don't or PEOPLE would be against the unlimited doe harvest and wouldn't want everything killed
I hunt south central KY and I don’t think there are to many does harvested. Based on the numbers of does I see I think more could be harvested without hurting anything. Maybe different in other parts of the state. Top 5 as far as trophy bucks harvested over last 10 years or so. Not sure what they could do any different to make things better for deer hunting in southern central KY. Again may be different in other zones/regions of the state.