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Bisch
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Well I got to go "deer" hunting this week. The deer did not cooperate but I did manage to knock over a nice bearded hen turkey and a cool looking dalmation boar!

Here are the pics:

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Bisch

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Good shooting as always , Congrats.....

,,,,Sam,,,,

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wayoutwest
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Awesome Bisch well done mate.

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Congrats again Bisch!
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Dang bisch your a killing machine!! CONGRATS BRO!!

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Green
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Way to go (again) Jerry!

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awesume....

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just_a_hunter
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Very nice.

Todd

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Very nice !
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Good shootin' Brother!

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rastaman
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Way to go Bisch!

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Outstanding! Congrats on both.
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Congrats! Wild looking pig.

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Bisch
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Thanks everybody!

And here is how the turkey evolved for me! Took one side of the breast, stuffed it with boudin and cream cheese, wrapped it in bacon, and put in the smoker for 5hrs this afternoon.

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I think I have a new favorite wild turkey recipe!

Bisch

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Randy M
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That looks delicious. Was the bird juicy and tender or on the dry side?
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