kellory wrote:There is not much meat on a squirrel, and the bag limit is only 6 per day, which seems pretty low, IMO, but it does get me out in the woods before deer season, and serves double duty as scouting public lands for deer as well. I don't waste what I hunt, I got a guy just begging for the squirrels if I don't care for the taste, and MEPS (the guys who make fishing lures) will buy the tails and pay in cash(not much) or fishing lures. If this interests you, go to their website and check how they want the tails prepared. Be advised though, it takes about 50 tails to be cost effective for shipping. The biggest thing I get from squirrel hunting is the feel of the hunt, the woodscraft, the crack of the rifle, and the knowledge that my aim was true .And of course, I can't help but notice deer sign, It is roughly an hour drive to where I can legally hunt squirrels (and later deer) and as I said there is not much meat involved. I would like to get the most out it. Does anyone have any suggestions as to best recipe, or method of preparation? It has been a few years since I kept squirrels for myself.
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