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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    I used to hunt a lot. I enjoyed it because of the people around me -- my dad, uncles, cousins, and friends. Great stories are still told at family gatherings.

    I hunted quail, pheasant, duck, geese and doves -- no deer and very little dove -- I don't care for taste of either -- no matter how imaginative the person cooking it makes it.

    I was taught to only kill what you could eat -- nothing more.

    Many people forget that part of today's hunting is conservation meant to control the amount of wildlife. Overpopulation for some animals like deer cause problems in our environment. In the past without conservation many of the species were completely eradicated -- however, through conservation many of species have been brought back to places of their natural habitat.

    Most US states have very good rules regarding hunting and most people abide by those laws. Google the conservation department of your own state to find out more information.

    One more comment, if you like to hunt for the pleasure of just killing something ... I suggest you check out trap shooting or make a visit to your local mental health facility.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    I've never gone hunting and probably never will...I like my Animals to already be Dead, Plucked, Chopped and sealed tight inside plastic wrap ready for a Pan of Wesson Oil.....

    I was over to a relatives house a while back and tried Deer sausage that a Hunter/Killer gave her..It was odd tasting and not something I'd eat again....
    MM -- no matter how deer has been "fixed" it always has that taste. I cringe at Christmas time when friends and relatives bring out the cheese and sausage platter.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Once, with my father, at our summer place in Georgia. Don't remember who killed the squirrel but experience was so traumatic I never picked up a gun again.

    My father continued to be an avid deer hunter.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    MM -- no matter how deer has been "fixed" it always has that taste. I cringe at Christmas time when friends and relatives bring out the cheese and sausage platter.
    What're you doin' in Hot Topics??!! Anyway, hi there.

    I assume you're talking about what some people call the "wild taste." Maybe sometimes there's more than one thing going on - the natural "game" taste (which I actually enjoy), and possibly some decomposition? It takes a while to prepare the deer for traveling - doesn't the gutting, etc. have to be done right away before the rigor mortis sets in? Then it's roped to the car or put into the trailer or whatever, and some people make the trip back home which might even be like 560 miles** or something - all of this time without refrigeration.

    The weather isn't always "like a refrigerator" on the trip home, to keep something from happening to the meat.

    Strange how I keep posting in this thread about something I have no interest in doing, haha.

    **That's how far my former Boss used to drive one way to his hunting place deep in the Upper Peninsula, and in Michigan it is common for hunters to drive hundreds of miles to get to favorite locations.
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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kahaih View Post
    Yeah, cows are herbivores\vegetarians.
    Almost all game mammals are herbivores (deer, Bison, rabbit, squirrel, elk, moose, sheep, goat, horse, etc). Most bear are Omnivore's but they are not raised as food stock. Matters not if you are in the mountains of Alaska and you find a grizzly munching on berries though cause he will drop those and prefer the taste of human.
    I think the most carnivores man eats either hunted or farmed would be found in the water, mainly fish but you could include sea mammals and shellfish too. If you hunt for octopus or squid you are eating a carnivore, same with a elephant seal or sperm whale.

    Cats are the only true land carnivore in the mammal class (reptiles/amphibians/insect are not mammals).
    My dogs loves the carrot.

    Can you imagine the cost of farm raising lions or rattlesnake for their flesh?
    Its much cheaper to raise & farm flightless chickens or turkeys then owls or Hawks.
    Ostrich hasn't caught on because its expensive to farm but the eggs are something

    Oh yeah I didn't find much fun sitting in a tree stand a freezing cold day for hours looking at burnt out brown leaves rustle in the wind waiting for a deer to show up. I ditched the hunting on hr 4 for beer and warm cabin.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    The taste has nothing to do with lack of refrigeration or traveling. It's a gamey taste that I will never like.

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    What're you doin' in Hot Topics??!! Anyway, hi there.

    I assume you're talking about what some people call the "wild taste." Maybe sometimes there's more than one thing going on - the natural "game" taste (which I actually enjoy), and possibly some decomposition? It takes a while to prepare the deer for traveling - doesn't the gutting, etc. have to be done right away before the rigor mortis sets in? Then it's roped to the car or put into the trailer or whatever, and some people make the trip back home which might even be like 560 miles** or something - all of this time without refrigeration.

    The weather isn't always "like a refrigerator" on the trip home, to keep something from happening to the meat.

    Strange how I keep posting in this thread about something I have no interest in doing, haha.

    **That's how far my former Boss used to drive one way to his hunting place deep in the Upper Peninsula, and in Michigan it is common for hunters to drive hundreds of miles to get to favorite locations.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryuukie View Post
    Have you ever gone hunting?
    If so, what have you hunted?
    How did you kill the animal?
    Why did you kill the animal? For sport?
    What did you do with the dead animal?

    Me, I've never gone hunting and would never even consider it. I don't understand how people can find sport in hunting. If you do, then please explain it to me.

    Hunting simply for trophies and for “fun” is usually the sport of spoilt, bored white men with too much money.

    These days the cattle and chickens are hunted and put on polystyrene trays on our behalf by big abattoirs.

    Hunting wild animals itself is not cruel by default – hunting is a valid way of controlling/managing animal numbers in reservations or national parks. Responsible hunting is more humane than anything going on at a kosher butcher.

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    I used to go hunting with my Dad, and older Brothers. I had a 12 guage shotgun.....well, I shot a squirrel's tail off! We hunted primarily for the food, as we were very poor at the time, and could not afford meat at the grocery store all the time. Mom told Dad....You killed it, you clean it, cook it and eat it! She never ate Wild game.

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    Re: Have you ever gone hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    The taste has nothing to do with lack of refrigeration or traveling. It's a gamey taste that I will never like.
    I did mention the gamey taste (inherent to the species itself) as well as wondering whether decomposition can add to the equation. And that I like the wild-game taste...but all forms of beauty (including taste) are in the eye (or other sensory organ) of the beholder.
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    Some hunters cannot afford market prices for meat, if there is market or one that sells meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Sad, but some people no doubt believe that.

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