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Gotta question about eating furbearers. Do any of you eat muskrat or raccoon im gonna be trapping this year .i will be targeting

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  • #16
    Dcast -

    Nature's way of teaching people to floss.

    Ah kin git away with almost ennything, bein a dawg...

    Ah kin go out in the front yard and pee, fur instance.

    Or mebbe a little leg-humpin...

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    • #17
      I have no experience with either animal, but just by coincidence, last night I saw a TV food show in which an old woman in Savannah was butchering a raccoon and talking about how important it is to go through the skinned carcass and cut out all the little scent glands, which can taint the meat. Maybe that's something to keep in mind. (Yeah, it was just a TV show, but this lady still lives in the same swamp-hovel that her slave ancestors did, and she certainly knew her way around with a skinning knife).

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      • #18
        Thanks guys definetley be asking my local dnr to make sure its safe.

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