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    Hub and I hunt as well. Our carnivore raw fed cats don't mind it a bit either.

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    Learning to. Working on my compound bow skills, also hoping to go after some small game soon.

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    Love to hunt! Deer, pheasant and grouse mainly. I mostly make jerky with the venison, since it is not a very fatty meat. With the rabbit population where I live, I could live off that alone if I wanted - but haven't been daring enough to try it yet. I fish better then I hunt (still need work on my shot). Plenty of rivers and lakes nearby and the fishing is always good. Nothing better then catching your own food!

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    I like to go squirrel hunting by myself. Nothing beats sitting in the woods in the middle of a deserted wildlife management area. It's so peaceful.

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    I come from a hunting family, my DH has never gone but if everything works out this year I am going to make him go. My Dad and Brother go every year but I think they just go to get away from my mom, and hubbys best friend goes every year but he goes out of state. The only fear I have is if he doesn't get a deer or elk, we will be out about $1,000 between lost wages and the cost of going.... That could buy us half a cow, so unless he gets something it will be so not worth it. And me myself I could never pull the trigger, I can skin and butcher but no killing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aix_sponsa View Post
    I like to go squirrel hunting by myself. Nothing beats sitting in the woods in the middle of a deserted wildlife management area. It's so peaceful.
    i used to go squirrel hunting with my dad when i was a kid . haven't done that in years. however, there is talk that nj will allow air rifles to be used for rabbits and squirrels next year. looks like i'm going to have to buy myself a new toy and start plinking some squirrels
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    I have never gone hunting. Growing up in SoCal it wasn't something anyone admitted doing. Most people never talked about hunting at all, except in a negative way. I have this perception of hunting as a fairly insular activity and I didn't grow up with it, don't know the "unwritten rules", and don't know how to go from outsider to insider.

    I want to start, and I have even taken a few steps in that direction...when I moved to Texas I bought a "lifetime" hunting/fishing license. I've taken a hunter safety course. I have a gun...heck, I even have a (compound) bow...and I know how to use them. I just haven't managed to translate all of that into actually hunting.

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    I would suggest joining a club and finding a mentor. There's a whole more to it than one would think.
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    I believe you on the "more to it" ... there is a whole bunch about hunting that seems to be unwritten and local. The funny part is that a lot of the "hunting their whole lives" crowd doesn't seem to know how knowledgeable they really are. They've known about hunting since childhood so they don't really appreciate the knowledge.

    Hunting clubs and mentors are yet more mystery to me.
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