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Unread 08-21-2022, 11:54 AM   #21
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Any good hawk recipes? They hammer our quail in South Texas.
Use a barred owl recipe, they taste very similar. Just sayin', for a friend.
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Unread 08-21-2022, 12:06 PM   #22
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I hunted with a dog handler a few years ago that carried a boomerang. When the Blue Quail want to run in front of a point, he'd whip the boomerang over them and, not always, but frequently they would freeze in cover.
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I knew of a guy who cleaned and cooked a hawk once. When asked how he tasted he paused and replied, "Most like an owl".
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probably taste better than woodcock
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probably taste better than woodcock
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The best wild game I have had is woodcock. Then again, it was once and it was done by professionals. It was pretty dang good though and both my sons can back me up
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Well done Quail Diablo is to die for as is quail marinated and grilled, Pheasant casserole with wild rice high up there. On 4 feet, Caribou hands down.
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That is really awesome work you done here.




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I have had red tail hawks swoop and hit my turkey decoys three times in the last two spring seasons. If I could legally remove them they would be gone as well.
Maybe hawks will keep the decoy population in check.
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Well I got all fired up and mowed my paths for the 3rd time this year. I set a half dozen nuisance animal traps since there’s raccoon poop all over my hunting shack floor. I’m sure there will be full traps in the morning. I saw a huge mink today running down by my creek as well. Won’t hurt my feelings if he accidentally gets caught.
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