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Jerry Jeffer
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According to PA DNR (I called), I am the first to take a legal PA Porcupine with the longbow. Link to story after pic.

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Thumper Dunker
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Thats pretty cool .Are you going to try and eat it I think they taste good .

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Bisch
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Congrats!

Bisch

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shick
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Way to go Jerry.

Shick

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I told you that you might be a star! Now if you could get the Pope & Young Club to officially score that bugger you could be #1 in that book to! We could all say we knew you when. LOL
Glenn

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Jerry Jeffer
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Eating was ok, a little unusual. DNR did say they don't really keep track of this sort of thing because you don't have to report them. But since I called, it is the first they know of.

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PSUBowhunter
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Nice. I killed one with my recurve during the first week.

Did you eat it? If so, how was it?

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stujay
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Might make for a cool full body mount
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Congrats.

You sling him over your shoulder like a turkey ? [scared]

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Barry Rowland
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Nice work Jerry!

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Congratulations!

That will make a great looking skull. What do you do with the hide?

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stujay
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I second the full body mount
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My son ran one over a couple of months ago...and got a flat tire! I can't imagine trying to skin one or tan it. But eating it would be 'only' if I had to.

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Hopewell Tom
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P&Y Porky, eh?
We cooked one up once, but ate the beef first and never got around to even a taste. Mostly back legs as I recall. Like turkey drumsticks.
The quills are a big thing with First Nations, quill work, looks great on a knife sheath.

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Congrats

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