Discussion in 'Turf and Surf Hunting and Fishing' started by Bishop, Aug 28, 2016.
Took this one out crossing the road in front of my house
Thats a TOAD!!!!
well fed rascal ain't it. would make a good start for forage stew.
Nice shooting !!!
When you bread it with flower and yellow corn meal it's really good you have to fry it slow to fast and it gets tough I kept the skin will tan it tomorrow if it's not raining gave the meat to a friend that's doing a beast feast in October.
How bout some details! How many shots, how far away, what ammo, what slingshot, etc.
One shot to the head a second one to make sure with a marble 1/2 natural gum rubber straight cut on a g 10 mule at about 8 feet
Yummy on the BBQ with some nice sweet and spicy sauce! Or, slow cook in a stew, or crock pot and then presto, pulled snake sammich!
While the meat is tasty enough, there just isn't enough of it to make it worth the trouble, just a small loin strap and a bunch of ribs.
small one huh
This proves the sling shot a formidable weapon on small game and vermin and can do the same job a shot gun can , in that area, and not spend the price of ammo nor the noise of a report .
Rattlers are not that difficult to get close to , I've taken birds @100' with a wrist rocket using stones , it's not that hard.
Sling shots should be considered a standard in survival packs IMO.
Thanks for the details. Again, well done!
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