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  1. Camp Kitchen
    Anybody ever heard of boiling wild game in salted water before using in a recipe? What would be the point of this? Some type of sanitation precaution?
  2. Watering Hole
    Re: Backing the Wrong Wild Horse . . . for Larry George Hatley, the Nez Perce that started the Appaloosa registry, had several horse hides with the story of the several Nez Perce that went to lower California and stayed at Spanish missions for upwards of 10 years and brought back knowledge of...
  3. Watering Hole
    Backing the Wrong Wild Horse . . . for Larry https://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/MAGAZINE-backing-the-wrong-wild-horse-1.6196288 regards, John
  4. Hunting Camp
    While living in Australia I had a friend called Howard, an he shot a longbow. How could you not like a fella like that huh ? Howard immigrated to Australia from The Punjab in Northern India. As is the Aussie custom, Howard needed a short nick name so for obvious reasons he became "Kid Curry",,or...
  5. TradTalk Main Forum
    Does anyone know anything about this? Like, why it exists? What's the purpose?
  6. Camp Kitchen
    First of all I keep hearing that pigs in some areas (like FL) are full of parasites and are inedible. I assume they mean internal parasite and not lice which are common. Anyone ever hear that? Cooking to kill trichinosis should take care of anything I figure. I am defrosting 1/2 of a...
  7. Watering Hole
    To the really "wild" horses . . . . http://www.heritagedaily.com/2015/09/after-100-years-in-captivity-a-look-at-the-worlds-last-truly-wild-horses/108385? John
  8. TradTalk Main Forum
    Hey y'all, Next week starts the archery season here in Florida, my main target is deer but after doing some extensive scouting on the property I have no doubts that the area is swarming (literally all the ground is rooted up) with wild hogs. If I get the chance I'll go for the bacon, but I'm...
  9. Trail Cams
    Pretty common on the island I live. They're in the forest behind my house. They come and go, and I haven't seen them lately but when they come back I like to have beef in the freezer. Considered to be the most dangerous game in Hawaii it's a bit intimidating to get within bow range. I can get...
  10. Camp Kitchen
    My first trip is coming up and we have a debate on how much is brought home. I'm for hams and shoulders I'd like to hear from the pros
  11. Camp Kitchen
    http://www.jayswildgamerecipes.com/?p=116
  12. Camp Kitchen
    I breast mine out as I am lazy any good recipies for the that kind of bird?
  13. Camp Kitchen
    A friend of mine brought me a wild turkey he got in Pennsylvania. Now that's a buddy!
  14. TradTalk Main Forum
    I know this has been written about many times, but this is what I did after distilling all the info out there. Why the effort? Wild turkey feathers are much tougher and more durable than domestic, and more resistant to rain too. Domestic birds grow very fast and are not alive long enough to...
  15. Watering Hole
    How would you like the job of building this road?? !!! The road is built on several small islands and reefs, and is crossed by eight bridges, several roads and overpasses. This road a view of the open sea, which is rare on the roads along the Norwegian coast. You can see fjords and mountains...
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