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Squirrel hunting, in general

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by keyser223, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. Dragon63005


    Apr 28, 2007
    Shows you manners of today's squirrels. I think your response was appropriate.
  2. Dragon63005


    Apr 28, 2007

    There a quite a few videos on YouTube that show you how to slit behind the tail and then take their pants off. Very easy. Check it out. I like Fricaseed Squirrel. GREAT EATING.
  3. edctac


    May 7, 2011
    I'm going for the first time on sunday with my boss. We spent all day looking at places to go, and we are both very excited :) I will be using my .17 HMR and I will make sure to post pics in the event that we are successful :)
  4. Tuxdad


    Feb 15, 2008
    Best of luck to ya !!
  5. edctac


    May 7, 2011
    This was the only one we saw all day, took it with my single shot 410 after my boss missed 3 times with his 22. My first squirrel :)

  6. DaPro


    Aug 18, 2009
    I popped these three with a stevens crack shot, my wife looked at me funny when I walked out with a gun to fire up the smoker to cook a ham (my FIL jumped up and grabbed his coat though)...little boogers kept barking at me, but after the fall of #3 the others stayed pretty well hidden....
  7. hung-solo

    hung-solo Banned BANNED

    Jun 11, 2009
    mmmm milk gravy and some biskits!
  8. Tberry010


    Sep 16, 2011
    Don't get out much anymore but as a youngster I used a 20 gauge single (my first shotgun) when I needed to fill the pot fast, a Winchester Model 61 pump when I was in less of a hurry and a .22 Ruger wheelie when I just wanted to have fun. Didn't get many with the pistol and don't have it anymore but still have the other two.
    Once a season a friends father would cook us a 'hunter's' stew using whatever game we had and there were always some squirrels, a few rabbits, a left over dove or three and maybe a little venison. We were about 12 or 3 and could invite friends, which turned into inviting girls, and that pretty much wound up our hunting for a year or two!!

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