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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    I don't think you have enough predators, you need more.LOL
    I forgot bobcats and wild dogs. I hope this clears up any misunderstanding. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bent Arrow View Post
    I forgot bobcats and wild dogs. I hope this clears up any misunderstanding. lol
    Thanks, much clearer now. LOL
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    OMG! you've got Feral dogs in the mix as well? Does SC allow you to carry personal protection while achery hunting? I think that a pack of feral dogs is as dangerous as wolves, possibly even more so.
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    Yes sir they do! I have a Springfield 1911A1 that I keep on my side whether I hunt with recurve, crossbow or Hawken. Had a pack of dogs take down a little girl last week in Charleston county I believe. Oh by the way Arrow Splitter dude I also forgot killer bees and scorpions. The scorpions are still in the upstate but give 'em time. And although they're not predators (I think, although they will get in the garden) how do you cook an armadillo? Because we have those now too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bent Arrow View Post
    Yes sir they do! I have a Springfield 1911A1 that I keep on my side whether I hunt with recurve, crossbow or Hawken. Had a pack of dogs take down a little girl last week in Charleston county I believe. Oh by the way Arrow Splitter dude I also forgot killer bees and scorpions. The scorpions are still in the upstate but give 'em time. And although they're not predators (I think, although they will get in the garden) how do you cook an armadillo? Because we have those now too.
    OK, I think you need to get 30 guys with semi-autos and shotguns, and go thin out the population of predators.

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    Bent, we have been overrun with armadillos. The state posted a health warning about them. They are carriers of Leprosy, so avoid all contact with them. Seriously. Apparently, some people cut them into steaks and eat them. Doesn't even sound good. Like a possum on a half-shell. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bent Arrow View Post
    Yes sir they do! I have a Springfield 1911A1 that I keep on my side whether I hunt with recurve, crossbow or Hawken. Had a pack of dogs take down a little girl last week in Charleston county I believe. Oh by the way Arrow Splitter dude I also forgot killer bees and scorpions. The scorpions are still in the upstate but give 'em time. And although they're not predators (I think, although they will get in the garden) how do you cook an armadillo? Because we have those now too.
    I belive that most folks use the tried and true shingle recipe. Skin and clean your dillo in the normal fashion, season well, and bake on an old wooden shingle at 350 for 90 minutes, remove from oven, toss out the dillo and eat the shingle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I belive that most folks use the tried and true shingle recipe. Skin and clean your dillo in the normal fashion, season well, and bake on an old wooden shingle at 350 for 90 minutes, remove from oven, toss out the dillo and eat the shingle.
    My girlfriend in high school cooked for me once so I'll pass on the shingle, having had that dish on the menu. I thank my stars I didn't marry that girl. Thanks for the tip Ehunter, I hadn't heard about the leprosy thing.
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