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    Posted: 13 January 2019 at 20:09
Boy and a buddy today.
 No Info yet there still cleaning birds.
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looks good.  was that the Mud boat?  no ice?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote d4570 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 January 2019 at 11:03
Yes mud boat .
No ice.
Funny the water was right at 32* when you would move through it,
it would turn in to ice slush. So not only a boat load of birds but 800 pounds of slush in front of the boat...
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Speaking of boats.....what is happening on the water-wind boat???
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I about have the drive up and running again, a new mechanical disturber in and a plan how to add the floatation pods .
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Wait....he actually eats them? Don't they require the same earthworm glaze as woodcocks?
...oh yeah! thats gonna hurt!
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Looks like it musta been a fun day for sure.
...oh yeah! thats gonna hurt!
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mostwaterfowl prepared/cooked properly are very tasty! Thumbs Up
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key word there IBD  "most".  coots, magansers, sardines....all the same.
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..........Agreed Bear on the not so tasty waterfowl/fishes......however, even the "good" ones need to be prepared/cooked properly to get the best "taste" from them. No baking for me, all waterfowl are cooked in a Cast Iron Skillet on stove top....with proper marinating/seasoning etc.
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I tend to prepare them with some sweet sauces, pineapple.

I only eat the breast.  Use to clean whole bird and pluck, then parifin to get pin-feathers out.  Now I gut them and pluck the breast in the field.  chill them and when I get home use my fish filet knife.  Two perfect pieces!

Few wild birds have enough meat on legs and wings to interest me.
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Grind them up mix them all together and make "Duck" jerky.Big smile
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