Intro to Squirrel Hunting : Part 5- Cooking — Pneumatic Detonation

Finally, I have filled up all available space in our freezer with yummy squirrel bits. My wife doesn’t care to look at them (much less eat them), so it’s time to make a meal. Admittedly, I am not a 5 star chef (or is it 3 star… whatever). After cooking several tree rats over the […]

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3 responses to “Intro to Squirrel Hunting : Part 5- Cooking — Pneumatic Detonation

  1. My favorite way to hint squirrel is with my hawk. There is something about walking in the woods knowing you have a well trained red tail on your six waiting to see a squirrel or rabbit make a run for it. You get a bonus by not having to look for shot.

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    • I used to play with some hawk on one of my late brothers’ farm. I would drive three hours to go hunting. then the hawk would follow me, whistling and circling. I shot a flu-flu arrow into the air but not at the hawk, it darted to the arrow, grabbed it and threw it at my feet. This went on for months. Bird grabbing and spinning in air or striking the Port Orford Cedar shaft loud enough that I could hear it and admire the marks on the arrow. While that hawk was around, there was no small game.

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