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I will be if we ever get the weather to do so. We run hounds an bobcats and coyotes. This year the weather has not been to friendly for running them.
 

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She will definitely be running beside me! My precious brindle colored purebred redbone coonhound. Her right ear is 2" shorter than the left due to frostbite when she was 13 weeks.
 

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So what do you do with those squirrels and raccoons once you get them? You must have some recipes for them.

I haven't heard of many people hunting with hounds still. I thought that was more of an English thing.

Shows what I know.

Looks like your pioneer does the job well though.
 

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I have a ranger but hunt with friends that have both BR and Pioneer and rhino. We have dog boxes in the bed. Mine is welded from steel from an old pop up canopy(very lite). We normally carry 4 dogs in the box and a catch dog on top of the box. Dogs are 40 to 60 lbs and the catch dogs are somewhere around a 100. The pioneer has no problems chasing dogs or keeping up.
 

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So what do you do with those squirrels and raccoons once you get them? You must have some recipes for them.

I haven't heard of many people hunting with hounds still. I thought that was more of an English thing.

Shows what I know.

Looks like your pioneer does the job well though.
There are literally tens of thousands of people who hunt with hounds, and there are tasty recipes for everyone of those critters.
 

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Is there anything that you guys from Louisiana won't eat?
The girls must love you guys! :D
 

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Any time we have a varmint problem down here, the La. Wildlife and Fisheries gets a rumor started that it's (the varmint) good to eat. Problem solved lol. A good camp cook can make just about anything taste good.:D
 

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There's no finer table fair than a good limb rat fricassee and some mudbugs as an appetizer.
 

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Mudbug=Crawfish, Crawdad, Crayfish, Freshwater Lobster
 

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Any time we have a varmint problem down here, the La. Wildlife and Fisheries gets a rumor started that it's (the varmint) good to eat. Problem solved lol. A good camp cook can make just about anything taste good.:D
Even if it don't taste good, ya'll put 'nuff hot sauce or hot spices on it to make it fit ta eat! I think the widow woman and I are going back to Houma for a vacation this summer. Be too late for mudbugs but I'll find something tasty to feast on!
 

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Even if it don't taste good, ya'll put 'nuff hot sauce or hot spices on it to make it fit ta eat! I think the widow woman and I are going back to Houma for a vacation this summer. Be too late for mudbugs but I'll find something tasty to feast on!
You'll be able to get crawfish etouffe. That's pronounced "A2Fay." Yum,Yum. Having crawdads tonight (boiled). $8 a pound-boiled. Can you believe that? First of the season. They're a little late this year with all the global warming.lol The last time I was up north the crawfish I saw in Wi. were used for bait (about 75 to the pound). Ours are normally a little too big for that (about 19/25 to the pound). Yes, we do like our Tabasco sauce.
 

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You'll be able to get crawfish etouffe. That's pronounced "A2Fay." Yum,Yum. Having crawdads tonight (boiled). $8 a pound-boiled. Can you believe that? First of the season. They're a little late this year with all the global warming.lol The last time I was up north the crawfish I saw in Wi. were used for bait (about 75 to the pound). Ours are normally a little too big for that (about 19/25 to the pound). Yes, we do like our Tabasco sauce.
Chimes in Baton Rouge has a mean catfish etouffe! Catfish with crawfish a2fay on it over a bed of white rice.

My wife and I like to watch "Buying the Bayou" and are thinking of a place in South Louisiana. I'll go there this summer and see how I like the humidity (can't be much different than Illinois) in the summer and may start looking for a little vacation/retirement home. I got several years before retirement but could buy ground and drag a toy hauler there for a couple weeks a year. I think the pioneer would fit in the back of one. :D
 

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The humidity below I10 will stay above 70% all summer. It gets pretty bad when the temp hits 90 and you get 80 to 90% humidity. But we get 1/4" of snow about once in 10 years. lol This year was very unusual we got two snows.
 
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