allowing hunting this year

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Re: allowing hunting this year

Postby Former Member » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:50 pm

I have never been able to eat an antler, and those bucks full of hormones taste like crap compared to a nice sweet doe. I shot an old girl off my uncles farm back in NY. Corn and alfalfa fed, field dressed at 168lb.

I have a trophy hanging in the barn, friend gave me one of his many.
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Re: allowing hunting this year

Postby Former Member » Sun Nov 20, 2011 9:55 pm

ScottyD'sdad wrote:I think that the out of state license, and the cost of getting here and back, would cost much more than the meat is worth. License is $150, I think. Ed


Well Ed, figure in Cub express, purchase pick-up, seeing friends ect.. the meat is just a plus.
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Re: allowing hunting this year

Postby Super A » Sun Nov 20, 2011 10:13 pm

Dale Shaw wrote:I have never been able to eat an antler, and those bucks full of hormones taste like crap compared to a nice sweet doe. I shot an old girl off my uncles farm back in NY. Corn and alfalfa fed, field dressed at 168lb.

I have a trophy hanging in the barn, friend gave me one of his many.


I always figured buck vension tasted sort of like an old boar hog.

Never eaten much venison but most of what I have had was good. That was all still-hunted. Even if it's a doe if she's been run all day long by a pack of dogs, the meat won't be very good=strong tasting.

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