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Old 09-08-2009, 10:33 AM
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Spent my last day of summer out on a lake with my cousin. This was the only goose we saw all day, so it was nice for him to come right over the trees that were at our backs and over our spread to my left. Easy shot.

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How do you plan to cook your goose? Q-harley
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Old 09-09-2009, 05:20 AM
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Early season indeed. Glad the day was not wasted. (as if a day hunting is ever wasted)
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How do you plan to cook your goose? Q-harley
Ha ha ha . I've got two breasts and two whole legs in the freezer (no room for the whole bird, sadly) so I think I'm going to try two seperate, small recipes. A little experimentation in the kitchen* ain't bad, right?

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Old 09-09-2009, 04:45 PM
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I enjoy cooking, Wild game is the best. All kidding aside ,experiment and enjoy. Good luck on your next hunt . Thanks for the laugh. Q
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Congrats Ekoch! Rem 870; good durable shotgun. Mine kicks my fillings out with 3" loads!

My neighbor made some duck and goose jerky with my venison jerky recipe, and my smoker, and I could hardly tell the difference.
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BBQ always taste like BBQ - maybe jerky is the same way!
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BBQ always taste like BBQ - maybe jerky is the same way!
You're probably right kdub. Probably about the same with pickled green beans, asparagus, and cat turds.
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