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    Smile anyone thought about squirrel hunting yet?

    My dad made the best squirrel gravy ! Hope he'll share the recipe before he passes. But he's always been one of these throw everything in there until it tastes right kind of guys! LOL

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    Squirrel hunting in my back yard is a year round thing. I average about two per week. As people in the city consider them rats with bushy tails,
    I don't eat them. As I don't enjoy shooting them, I must as they multiply like you know what.
    As a young boy I was quiet fond of fried squirrel and rabbet. Those were good times.
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    I haven't been squirrel hunting since 1987 when I lived on Rt50 along the Ohio river. I have taken two from my window since I got my Benjamin Discovery in .22 pellet July 1st. I have a 3/4" pipe 6" long hanging from a tree branch 50 yards from my window I shoot at daily.
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    BBQ squirrel! Either going bow hunting tomorrow or squirrel hunting.

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    Speaking of BBQ squirrel, I have a recipe that is really good. Batter the squirrel parts like you would fried chicken. Flash deep fry them in really hot oil just until the batter is crispy and golden. Remove from oil and drain. The meat wont be done at this point. Place in a crock pot with your favorite BBQ sauce and cook till done. It is "the bomb"!
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    mtndew that got me hungry from some squirrel ! Great idea man! And thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalker1 View Post
    mtndew that got me hungry from some squirrel ! Great idea man! And thanks.
    I got that recipe from a local show called "Arkansas Outdoors". They would go hunting or fishing in the first part of the show, then show you how to cook it. They have a new show that only has the cooking. Click on some of these recipes. Yum! Cooking on the Wild Side | AETN.org
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    Watch some of the videos as well.^ They are pretty entertaining. You can hear just how us folks from Arkansaw talk!
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    I love squirrel. worked at Radford arsenal and always took a couple to eat at lunch with rice.

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    I love shooting them and a friend loves eating them. Unfortunately he moved to Europe and then to Chicago. They aren't one of my favorite foods but when we would get enough for a game dinner his dad would cook them and we would have a feast.

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