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    what the heck is that lil roorat buck in second pic??? reminds me of our jackalopes


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    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION


    tolerance of the nation ,makes the nation an obamination !

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    Quote Originally Posted by English View Post
    They all taste great, though you need hang them for a couple of weeks if you shoot a fallow buck or red stag in the rut. Muntjac and Chinese Water deer are the best of the bunch though.
    Very nice, always wanted to spend a month or two in western Europe visiting WW II memorial sites, but I might want to keep hunting in mind if I ever go!

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    Awesome ! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    what the heck is that lil roorat buck in second pic??? reminds me of our jackalopes


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    Its a Muntjac. I believe the UK is the only place you can hunt them.

    They not only have antlers, but enlarged canines which they use for fighting and are razor sharp.

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    Muntjac is amazing! Love the pics thank you for sharing. Even more cool seeing solid colour clothing and a wood-stocked rifle. I can only imagine how fun it would be to wake up early, have a fry-up, then go listen to hunting horns while wild boars haul their hams through the wood.

    I've read of hanging pheasants to cure (guts-in) for days, interesting to learn other culture's hunting traditions.

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    Great pics! Welcome to the forum! Those are some neat animals. I always find it interesting that as different as we all are, from the animals we hunt, to our traditions hunting them, we're really all pretty similar.

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    I've read of hanging pheasants to cure (guts-in) for days, interesting to learn other culture's hunting traditions.
    Conibear- Nearly all my late season mallards get hung, guts in, for a day or two before cleaning. I think they taste better. Would love to do it with teal, wood ducks and other early season ducks, as I like eating them the best, but temps really don't allow.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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