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M700
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Posted: January 15 2018 at 8:22pm | IP Logged Quote M700



Mule deer round steak. Medium rare. Seasoned with a dash of salt and a fair bit of black pepper & garlic. "Golden" baked potato, sliced tomato & radish and some sautéed mushrooms.

A glass of Ryan Patrick "Redhead Red" to set it all off.

What a nice solo meal!

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Wow that is what its all about! thans 4 sharing. Joe

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Posted: January 16 2018 at 7:07am | IP Logged Quote Ham Gunner

Wow, that looks good enough to eat Guy. Yep the rewards from a good hunt just keep on coming.

Well, it is 8 am here in Missouri. Temp got down to near zero with about 3-4" snow and I got the birds eating from the feeder outside and the squirrels on the ground under it. It's breakfast time for all, but I guess I will just do with a cup of coffee and an apple fritter.

Might just have to thaw out some venison straps for later though. My mouth is certainly watering from that nice picture.

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Guy.... that's just not fair.

Tuesday morning just before noon,
and I'm already hungry !



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Wow. Can't wait for tomato season to open where I am...

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KinleyWater wrote:
Wow. Can't wait for tomato season to open where I am...


They have a season on tomatoes? What gun do you use and what's the daily bag limit?

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Well, for cherry tomatoes, you can usually get away with a .243, but for those big steak tomatoes - nothing less than a .30 cal magnum. Generally, I like to bag a medium sized one per day, but there are times I might bag a couple dozen of the cherries.

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Looks good.

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Posted: January 21 2018 at 6:48am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Engaged in a brief stalk on a package of thin sliced all
beef bologna last week. Those narrow aisles can be
treacherous to navigate with ladies of great width
fussing at you in broken English. But I managed to "bag"
my quarry with my trusty bank card. A tough but
fulfilling hunt at the Save-a-Lot hunting preserve.

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Posted: January 21 2018 at 6:52am | IP Logged Quote KinleyWater

Old Ranger wrote:
Engaged in a brief stalk on a package of thin sliced all
beef bologna last week. Those narrow aisles can be
treacherous to navigate with ladies of great width
fussing at you in broken English. But I managed to "bag"
my quarry with my trusty bank card. A tough but
fulfilling hunt at the Save-a-Lot hunting preserve.


Sounds like a dangerous game hunt to me...

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