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A whole flock of possums !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carla View Post
    Yes, granny on the Beverly Hillbillies used to speak of it. There's also squirrel pie and ground hog stew....Just kidding, it doesn't appeal to me either.
    Now, I have had squirrel and it was quite good. Just had to watch out for the buckshot so I didn't break a tooth. Honestly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jujube View Post
    Now, I have had squirrel and it was quite good.
    Me too. Better than chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jujube View Post
    Now, I have had squirrel and it was quite good.
    I've eaten a lot of both and although there is more meat on a rabbit I actually think squirrel tastes better.

    There are some who'll eat a possum but you'd have one hell of a fight on your hands if you tried to force me to eat some.......why ?

    As a kid working on my uncles farm in Kentucky I witnessed a possum 'coming out' of a dead cow that my uncle had drug off to the woods a week or more earlier......sorry but I don't care how you fix it, there ain't nothing that considers the insides of a week old dead cow fine dining that I'd care to eat.

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    Eek. I am not eating squirrels or bunny! Lol.

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    Enough of this. I'm seriously considering becoming a vegetarian now. LOL!
    Radioactive cats have 18 half lives.

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    It was kind of you to relocate the possums. I'm sure they're grateful for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken N Tx View Post
    Yuck and double YUCK!

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    Have eaten a lot of different things, but never possum. Raccoon, beaver, muskrat, rattlesnake, chitlins (deep fat fried hog intestines), rabbit, squirrel, deer (venison), etc., etc. Just could never see where I needed to try possum meat. They always seemed to be simply an overgrown rat.

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    [IKE; 11-27-16 QUOTE]I've still been using the trap continuously for the past two weeks and hadn't had any luck, which tells me that I've thinned out the herd considerably, till this morning.......I just turned on the patio light and possum # 5 is in the trap.

    I just got up and haven't finished my first cup of coffee yet so he's just going to have to wait a little bit longer before he takes a pickup ride to his new casa down by the river. [/QUOTE]


    Update; I noticed some new digging around my storage shed about a week ago so I starting setting out the live trap again baited with dry dog food......guess what ?, I just returned from hauling off possum #6.

    Like the other five I hope he enjoyed the pickup ride to his new home in the woods down by the river.

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    There sure must be a lot of them around, I just returned from relocating possum #7.

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    Wow, you've got a bunch of them.

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