Snowshoe hares are pretty good in a rabbit stew. My wife used to make a combo Rabbit/Squirrel stew that was unbelievably good. Much like the recipe that SleepingBear posted. Except she added a tablespoon or 2 of Lea & Perrins' Worcestershire sauce to it.For years my Dad fed the jacks we shot to our hounds. They loved them, me not so much. Brush bunnies and cottontails are great eating.
I had a fish cop down in Arizona that was checking my license one year tell me that he got some 5lb back straps off of one of those antelope jacks. But then again I called him a fish cop didn't I?I'll take a Jack over a cottontail any time, the big Antelope Jack
we have here are huge, you just need to cook them low and slow.
They get bigger than those little yappy lap dogs!
I have gotten some serious hindquarters off of them, but 5lb.backstraps?I had a fish cop down in Arizona that was checking my license one year tell me that he got some 5lb back straps off of one of those antelope jacks. But then again I called him a fish cop didn't I?
My brother in law always wanted to to shoot one of those antelope jacks and bring it home so that he could make a world record jack-a-lope out of it.
jackalopes mortal enemy is the roadrunner . they prolly smells ya coming.I have gotten some serious hindquarters off of them, but 5lb.backstraps?
"Fish Cop" would be lucky with 1/4lb., maybe 1/2lb. if he put his finger on the scale.
I have been hunting Jackalope for 50yrs. and have yet to see one, although the
the same goes for Mountain Lions...
yeah . I reckon I'd have called bullshit on that one also .Believing a fish cop isn't on my list of things to actually believe.
A few years ago I had one tell me where a herd of 20 or so javelina were hanging out at, the bad thing was that I had been watching that exact spot for a couple of hours, and while you may be able to hide one or two of those critters 20 would stick out like a sore thumb.