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Postby sporting-gent » Sat Aug 18, 2007 9:48 pm

Archery season started today in my area. I went out this morning and almost stepped on a rattler. Man are those things hard to see. Two questions though. Does anyone have a good recipe for rattle snake and whats the best why to tan a snake hide?
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Postby » Sun Aug 19, 2007 9:43 am

I do not know about tanning the hide but slice it thin role it corn meal and deep fry it. Best way I have ever had it.
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Postby Anglette » Mon Aug 27, 2007 1:14 am

Dont know about a recipe for snakes, we dont have them up here. But if you need a recipe for moose, bear, caribou, or salmon, I can help you out there.

I got my Mathews bow!!!!!!
Will let you know how it does when i first take it out!!
but it sure does shoot nicely!

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Postby sporting-gent » Wed Sep 05, 2007 11:10 pm

Thanks for the help. I have problems with deep fried food and heartburn so I decided to marinate in a teriyaki sauce and cook it on the grill. Good but a bit tough and not enough to fill me up. I will need more next time and maybe wrap it to keep from drying in the heat.

In Keeping with the spirit of this message board though, I still haven't seen a buck nor had a shot. One more weekend of archery season so there is still hope.
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