Swamp hunt

Big7

Senior Member
Man ! You been wearing them rats out!

Every time I read one of your threads, I
wonder how you dress so many?

As a kid, I used a single edged razor
like you scrape paint off windows.
Way harder to skin than a rabbit.
I could do 3-4 at the time. BUT 15? WOW!

I love to eat them and my Grandmother
cooked them for me when I was young.
My Mother wouldn't even loan me a pan,
much less cook one in our house!
She said they were rodents but in
England, where she's from, they ate pen
raised rabbit as a staple. GO FIGURE?

Any how, do you have a jig or special
technique to do a run of 15?

I'm tore up with big, fat, nut fed squirrel
here in town and have a killer pellet rifle.

Also know a few places outside city
limits to wear them out with a .22 or
.410.

Thanks!
 
Hillbilly, I asked you the other day where you from because our dogs favored. This is my girl Boots with our first squirrel from 15 years ago. When I was still young and she was alive. I miss my feist.
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Man ! You been wearing them rats out!

Every time I read one of your threads, I
wonder how you dress so many?

As a kid, I used a single edged razor
like you scrape paint off windows.
Way harder to skin than a rabbit.
I could do 3-4 at the time. BUT 15? WOW!

I love to eat them and my Grandmother
cooked them for me when I was young.
My Mother wouldn't even loan me a pan,
much less cook one in our house!
She said they were rodents but in
England, where she's from, they ate pen
raised rabbit as a staple. GO FIGURE?

Any how, do you have a jig or special
technique to do a run of 15?

I'm tore up with big, fat, nut fed squirrel
here in town and have a killer pellet rifle.

Also know a few places outside city
limits to wear them out with a .22 or
.410.

Thanks!
I use this one 90 % of the time. You can have one clean in a minute or 2. I generally use a case trapper of ol sodbuster. I made my own, but its this easy.

 
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