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    Default Killed 4 between the wedding and the reception

    Had a wedding and reception to attend yesterday. The wedding was at 1 and the reception at 5, so it kinda ate up the day, but in between the two I found the time to killa 4 good sized honkers.


    We've got 4 legs and thighs in the Backwoods foiled and in gravy right now waiting for the meat to break down. I'll try to remember to post some pix when it comes off.

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    be interested!!!!!


    We breast em out and thats bout it for the honkers, they got 10 more today.



    What are we doing with the rest Tim?

    what shells are you shootn ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chargrilled View Post
    be interested!!!!!


    We breast em out and thats bout it for the honkers, they got 10 more today.



    What are we doing with the rest Tim?

    what shells are you shootn ??
    It's a waste to pitch the legs and thighs if the birds are over 8 or 9 pounds. the thighs are the best meat on the bird and it's really not much extra work to take 'em out.

    The breasts will prolly turn into jerky and/ or be bacon wrapped and grilled.

    These were killed with 3 1/2" 12 ga. Lead shot was likely Federal Ultra shack 1 1/2 oz #1 shot, followed by another of the same and the last was most likely the same load of bbs x 2s.

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    Well, I said I'd be back with an "after" pic. I'm afraid it might be a little more "after" than it should be, but here it is


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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Well, I said I'd be back with an "after" pic. I'm afraid it might be a little more "after" than it should be, but here it is

    What in the love of Christ is that, bones on a plate???

    Guess that is proof!

    Breasts are stripped wrapped round a chestnut, bacon, picked and grilled. Never thought bout a honkers dark meat??
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    These were killed with 3 1/2" 12 ga. Lead shot was likely Federal Ultra shack 1 1/2 oz #1 shot, followed by another of the same and the last was most likely the same load of bbs x 2s.
    Were you all in a laydown blind or already scoped out?

    Doggin them or footin?
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    We just walked up and shot them at the golf course.

    BTW, all the gooses meat is dark meat.

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    You should enter that picture in PETA's calender photo contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cacus View Post
    You should enter that picture in PETA's calender photo contest.
    Tim some dark meat is better than other.
    PETA??
    winna winna Chicken dinner



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cacus View Post
    You should enter that picture in PETA's calender photo contest.

    Chargrilled's PETA is the only one I recognize as valid.

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