An Evening Rabbit Hunt
Posted 16 October 2011 - 12:33 PM
Below are a few pictures:
The Cleaned, Prepped and Bagged Rabbit:
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Rabbit in the Oven at 350 Degrees (Sorry it's a little blurry )
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After being in the oven for 30 to 45 minutes:
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And plated and ready for the munchin' to begin!
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I wanted to be sure and thank CBR400RR for taking me hunting with him and anytime you want to go hunt Cottontails, I'm more than ready to hunt them. Although, after tasting this one I'd like to bring more of them home next time . These little rabbits are super tasty!!!
Posted 16 October 2011 - 12:43 PM
"Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress.. But I repeat myself."--Mark Twain
Posted 16 October 2011 - 12:44 PM
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Posted 18 October 2011 - 09:10 AM
Thanks, it tasted really good too. I can't wait to get some more of those bunnies and cook 'em up. I think I might try some rabbit chili or maybe even some rabbit fajitas next time . As far as what we were shooting... air rifles. CBR400RR was using his Daystate Air Ranger .25 Cal and I was using my Benjamin Marauder .22 cal. The area had horse stalls around, so firearms are most likely not allowed. I suppose I could try using my bow, but I need some more practice.
Now im hungry that looks realy good. What did you get them with?
Posted 18 October 2011 - 08:56 PM
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Posted 30 October 2011 - 08:43 AM
From what I understand, there are apps for the iPhone and the Android OS that are for hunting, use GPS and allow you to mark locations so you can keep track of them once you find a decent spot. As far as one that shows the boundries, I've got one for the Santa Barbara area, but have not seen one on the iTunes App Store for the San Diego Area. I wish someone would work on one since it would make knowing if you are in or out of the boundries easier. You can find the number for ordering the maps off of the BLM site. One thing I'll mention though is that many of the maps (since I just received mine) seem to not have been updated for a while or they haven't come out with any changes for a while. Some of the maps are dated 1997 or 1998, while some are much more recent. I guess it depends on when they decide to revise them.
I understand what you're talking about...I have the Cleveland National Forest Maps and am trying to find out where to order the BLM maps...do you by any chance have the number as of where to get the BLM maps? I would really appreciate it...Does any one have any suggestions on GPS thats not too epensive and that shows a to and from point...from where you start?
Posted 30 October 2011 - 08:46 AM
Yes, those are the same maps. They are $4 each, so the (9) I ordered cost me $36 shipped to my house. Not too bad when you think of the time it will save you in looking for areas to hunt. If you have questions on the areas, you can also call the BLM office nearest to the area you want to go and find out if an area is ok to hunt in or not and what might be in the area.
Here's a link to the BLM website where you can order maps.http://www.blm.gov/c...rthern_Map.htmlAir Rifle Hunter, Are these the maps you're talking about? I'm also thinking of ordering some.
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