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Hey Huntsman, are you seeing a lot of jackrabbits there in Eastern CO? I was out in Western KS pheasant hunting and didn't see one jack rabbit!!!
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Sarge, the cottontail cycle is at the bottom.... Very few bun's this year. But quite a few jacks around, and alas, I don't eat THEM...
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I don't eat THEM...
Yeah, jackrabbits are not tasty at all and tough as a combat boot. Now, I did get a less than half grown one many years ago and it was pretty good.
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Hey Sarge, is there anything you haven't eaten?
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I have never eaten a capibara would like to.
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Well, if it ever does 'pet' you down, give it a good slap......
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Old 11-18-2019, 11:03 PM
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Yesterday did a little scouting/hunting. My third set of the season and I got a triple on coons. Also shot two armadillos while I was at it. Only showing the first one as the second was pretty gruesome, that 20gr bullet expands very very fast on the carapace.

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Old 11-19-2019, 06:34 AM
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Yesterday did a little scouting/hunting. My third set of the season and I got a triple on coons. Also shot two armadillos while I was at it. Only showing the first one as the second was pretty gruesome, that 20gr bullet expands very very fast on the carapace.

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What do you do with armadillos? Do you eat them or are they just a nuisance like a groundhog?

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Old 11-19-2019, 07:50 AM
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Yeah they are a nuisance, they can tear a lawn about like a pig can. I have heard of people eating them though.

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I've eaten armadillo. They have white and dark meat. Back during the depression armadillos were known as Hoover hogs. They have a taste similar to pork. Also a groundhog is very good eating.
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I have never eaten a capibara would like to.
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Old 11-19-2019, 10:29 AM
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I've eaten armadillo. They have white and dark meat. Back during the depression armadillos were known as Hoover hogs. They have a taste similar to pork. Also a groundhog is very good eating.
I like young groundhogs. Their hides tanned make good boot laces.
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Old 11-19-2019, 11:18 AM
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A couple of NW Kansas pheasants taken a week ago with a Parker Brothers 20 gauge side by side. A 116 yr old gun that can still knock'em down. Not top collector condition, but still a good shooter.

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