It’s what’s for dinner !!

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    Grandfather
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    If if you want to get the varmint, you must think like a varmint !!!

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    Brian10956
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    Bob_O
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    Nice!

    Light colored one?

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    Grandfather
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    Bob_O

    Nice!

    Light colored one?

    Bob, I have shot a few of these in my day but never one this light colored.

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    Grandfather
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    Brian10956

    Tom,

    here is a recipe for you,

    https://www.dallasobserver.com/restaurants/groundhog-day-recipes-dont-forget-to-remove-the-scent-glands-7042525

    Thanks Brian, I knew you would come thru for me !!

     

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    Hookster
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    Very nice, WC at work. 

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    Bob_O
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    There a video on YouTube where a guy shot a black woodchuck.  Yours is fairly tan colored.  It's neat to see the uncommon colors.

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    Hookster
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    There is a pure black one at the nearby mall, I wonder if a silent window shot could be in order. This day and age I would be considered a terrorist,  so I will admire and wish to see one in the field.

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    Bob_O
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    LOL!!!

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    EXZIVER
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    Bob_O

    There a video on YouTube where a guy shot a black woodchuck.  Yours is fairly tan colored.  It's neat to see the uncommon colors.

    Ha, That guy was me. Lol  Hookster is right.  The internet world could construe it as terrorism or just as bad, discrimination.  I can assure you it was neither. :)  It was just a good old Hunt!

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    Bob_O
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    Yes….you!!  Same YouTube channel name.  ?

    That was an excellent video, super quality stuff.

    Guys, you need to check out his channel if you haven't already.

    And I'm always on the lookout for porcupines when I'm out for woodchucks or squirrels but have never seen one.

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