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07-01-2019 03:02 PM
kinslayer1965
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Originally Posted by Dee View Post
Theres nuthin like walking up on a week old dead cow, or deer, and watch a possum waddle out of the stomach to wet the appetite for baked possum. Yum Yum!🙊🤮

Nope couldn't leave it at...nope don't like it.....you had to throw that out there didn't you?


You have a gift for describing things Dee!


CR
06-27-2019 11:05 PM
Drilling Man
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Originally Posted by charles p View Post
Used to boil it then batter and fry. Delicious. Goes well with brown whiskey.
IF you thought it was delicious, you must have had plenty of the whisky BEFORE you started eating it!!


DM
06-26-2019 01:05 PM
charles p Used to boil it then batter and fry. Delicious. Goes well with brown whiskey.
06-16-2019 03:05 PM
Ranger99
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Originally Posted by Dee View Post
Theres nuthin like walking up on a week old dead cow, or deer, and watch a possum waddle out of the stomach to whet the appetite for baked possum. Yum Yum!🙊🤮
seen that ^ ^ ^ more than a few times
06-14-2019 08:43 PM
northwoodneil Maybe the coon up here taste better because corn is their main diet from mid-summer till hunting season starts. I'll pass on possum.
06-14-2019 08:12 PM
Dee Theres nuthin like walking up on a week old dead cow, or deer, and watch a possum waddle out of the stomach to wet the appetite for baked possum. Yum Yum!🙊🤮
06-14-2019 08:05 PM
bugeye
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Originally Posted by Ranger99 View Post
supposedly allegedly the proper way to make coons
and possums fit to eat is to catch 'em live and feed
'em only corn for a week or two and that's supposed
to get the funk taste out of them. so the old men usta say
Coons are not as likely to eat carrion as a possum will.
Especially in summer when they can get sea-food, veggies, eggs, etc.
That's why we killed young coons out of season.
06-14-2019 01:29 PM
Ranger99 supposedly allegedly the proper way to make coons
and possums fit to eat is to catch 'em live and feed
'em only corn for a week or two and that's supposed
to get the funk taste out of them. so the old men usta say
06-14-2019 11:40 AM
bugeye Haven't had it for a long time, but grew up eating young coons. (taken out of season)
Mom baked them and it was the most tender meat I've eaten.
Similar to chicken thighs.
When I trapped in the winter, I sold my coons to a hermit who stretched the skin and ate the coon.
06-13-2019 08:02 PM
northwoodneil I never tried possum, something that will mess his own nest doesn't sound tasty. Beavers and porky-pines were on the Lewis and Clark menu but I've yet to try them. I had musk rat at a wild game feed once I passed on seconds.
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