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Please don't eat meeeeee! Couldn't resist taking a picture of this football Saturday fare.....that's venison filet, september peaches, fried zucchini and rosemary....the Gamecocks lost but this made it easier.....ragin' approve? Probably have a saturne...
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that looks really quite delicious.
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that looks really quite delicious.
Thanks! Those pretty peaches, some of the last local crops, are almost gone....
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I'm no "ragin'"... but I approve of all Venison and Peaches.

the only question is... where did you get the meat? Deer season in the mid-west is months out yet... I can't imagine that the east coast season begins in September.

Perhaps it does.

Nonetheless... where'd you get the meat?
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Damn, hungry now.
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I'm no "ragin'"... but I approve of all Venison and Peaches.

the only question is... where did you get the meat? Deer season in the mid-west is months out yet... I can't imagine that the east coast season begins in September.

Perhaps it does.

Nonetheless... where'd you get the meat?
samurai the bag limit in sc is ten....they are smaller deer....still have a fair amount in the freezer....
post #7 of 18
MN bag limit is 5... and we thought that was high

10= one huge deer population problem (and loads of small deer- which taste great!) At that point, it is no longer hunting.. but harvesting. At least- that's what we say in MN. The Deer Hunting season is now termed the Deer Harvesting season.

Good job!
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MN bag limit is 5... and we thought that was high

10= one huge deer population problem (and loads of small deer- which taste great!) At that point, it is no longer hunting.. but harvesting. At least- that's what we say in MN. The Deer Hunting season is now termed the Deer Harvesting season.

Good job!
Thanks! There should still be some of my deer pix from last season posted in the General sports section.....
post #9 of 18
I'll search for some pics. Nonetheless, good hunt.

please understand my bluntness above.

My land was poached two years ago by a baiter with a bow in August. Our hunting party (3 families, and just as many generations) got skunked for the first time in around 20 years. We all found a grand total of 23 gut piles throughout our opening week. It was fairly tragic. We spent more time with chainsaws cutting down the trees he chose to house his stands than we did anything else. That season turned into a logging party. Not because we needed wood, but because it was easier to chop those trees than it was to climb them and pull his stands.

When I see meat in September, I'm kinda wondering... Where did you get your meat?

That season was nearly 40 tags gone dry... and not one of us from those families ate any self-acquired meat for over a year.

"Turn in Poachers!!!"

There is NO WAY that poacher (or that poaching party) ate all that meat.
post #10 of 18
Yum!
I love venison!
And Peaches!!!
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......When I see meat in September, I'm kinda wondering... Where did you get your meat?

That season was nearly 40 tags gone dry... and not one of us from those families ate any self-acquired meat for over a year.

"Turn in Poachers!!!"

There is NO WAY that poacher (or that poaching party) ate all that meat.
samuai I hunt 145 acres alone, and yes it's gets poached, but not badly. I post, but ATV'ers sneak in and pop one sometimes. Since the land is close to where I live, I can "maintain a presence" as the saying goes.....and post rather nasty "will prosecute at minimum" signs, some with a skull! Coyotes are the biggest problem; they take down fawns and yearlings!

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Yum!
I love venison!
And Peaches!!!
Well thank you trekchick! I put up lots of peaches (sliced with a bit of brown sugar) in the freezer for cobblers and pies for Thanksgiving through Easter and in between. The peaches in this part of SC are very good. So is the persimmons!
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Jersey bow & arrow started today!
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Jersey bow & arrow started today!
Take a bow! er, bow, well, you get the idea!
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Please don't eat meeeeee! Couldn't resist taking a picture of this football Saturday fare.....that's venison filet, september peaches, fried zucchini and rosemary....the Gamecocks lost but this made it easier.....ragin' approve? Probably have a saturne...
I have to admit, the sauterne got my attention! At first i was thinkin' a young pinot noir! However, that sauterne (D'yquem??)would be perfect with the meat /fruit combo!! Good on ya!
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where are you mon....

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I have to admit, the sauterne got my attention! At first i was thinkin' a young pinot noir! However, that sauterne (D'yquem??)would be perfect with the meat /fruit combo!! Good on ya!
ragin I feel sorry for ya runnin to and from de hurricane! Venison is not at all greasy, like a rib eye for example, so heavy read wines are too much. The meat as you know has a delicate grain and flavor; it is perfectly accented, in my humble culinary opinion, with a fruity and yes, sweet wine, hence the sauterne.

BTW am ferociously fending off squirrels from the pecan crop! should have bunch this year!
post #16 of 18
a bunch of squirrels or a bunch of pecans?
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the only question is... where did you get the meat? Deer season in the mid-west is months out yet... I can't imagine that the east coast season begins in September.
Theres a season?
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a bunch of squirrels or a bunch of pecans?
Leg of Rocket J Squirrel ,more peaches and a fresh Pecan pie ? Could be very tasty if cooked properly. Don't forget to post the pics.
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