Spoons

Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Oh so High, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. Big Daddy Gaddy

    Big Daddy Gaddy Elite Refuge Member

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    All meat has parasites. I'd rather not see them, but we all consume "bugs" on the regular.
     
  2. mark seaters

    mark seaters Elite Refuge Member

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    nope...nor do I eat rock cod with them...I may pick them out or cut them out as they are really easy to see and with fish worms, normally not but a few to deal with..
     
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  3. mark seaters

    mark seaters Elite Refuge Member

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    yes you can....!!! when you cut the meat you can see rice all the way threw the meat... unless you think its some kind of fat cells with in the meat..ya.. they say it won't hunt ya...not this redneck !! I'll take the waste ticket before I put that in my system..
     
  4. ricer man

    ricer man Senior Refuge Member

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    I just eat around the worms
     
  5. Ravenanme

    Ravenanme Elite Refuge Member

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    And that's why you're a Dodger fan ......:l:l
     
  6. Ravenanme

    Ravenanme Elite Refuge Member

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    Good Better Best......is what I've heard from Spoonie eaters !
     
  7. RefugeHunter

    RefugeHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    I'll shoot spoons all day, any day if other ducks aren't working.

    If seven spoons show up on opening day, I'll shoot seven spoons. I won't even think about it.
     
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  8. Ravenanme

    Ravenanme Elite Refuge Member

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    Naturally this ragging is only in kidding around , it's to each their own , as to your choice of "what's for Dinner" !
    Waterfowl season does bring out the sharpening of the swords , tho . Hehee
     
  9. green with ring

    green with ring Elite Refuge Member

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    Spoons get a free pass from me.
     
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  10. Jim Dandy

    Jim Dandy Elite Refuge Member

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    Sprig, cans and teal I keep whole and roast or BBQ. Maybe the occasional super fatty mallard or wigeon, but for most other birds I make sticks, salame and sausage. I've had zero complaints, even from guys who don't really like the taste of most wild duck. Divers, spoonies, etc all get made into sausage. One age-old hunter who refuses to shoot or eat divers once said some of my sausage was the best duck sausage he had ever eaten. Imagine his surprise when I told him the duck meat was 80% bufflhead.
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