Hunting and Eating Nutria AKA Coypu.

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  1. Highland Lofts

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    Deer fat is disgusting to eat. It will solidify in your mouth a leave a slim layer of fat inside your mouth.
    The doe my brother shot last deer season was loaded with fat. I never seen that much fat on a deer before.

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    We trimmed all the fat off of this doe and it filled a three gallon bucket. When we process deer we take the bones & trimmings out in the woods for the coyotes, foxes, crows and what ever else eats off of the waste. I always dump buckets of deer waste by my stand in hopes of shooting a fox or coyote but they visit it durring the night. Some day maybe I will connect.
    I dumped that three gallon bucket by my stand and it was all gone by the next morning.
    We put trail cams on our gut piles so we know what eats off of them.
    It generally take up to a week for a gut pile to be completely gone.
    Crows are the number one visitor, then followed by coyotes, then foxes, then raccoons, occasionally a fisher, plus deer will come check them out.
    We have been doing this for three years now.
     
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  2. Bfh_auto

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    If a Cajun can't make it taste good, it must be bad.
     
  3. Highland Lofts

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    Back in the day there were a few resturaunts down south that use to serve muskrat, AKA Swamp Rabbit.
     
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  4. Garandimal

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    Ol' Southern Recipe:

    1. Start w/ a pint of Jack Daniel's Whiskey.
    2. Enjoy your meal.

    :D
     
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    1. Start w/ a pint of Jack Daniel's Whiskey.
    2. Throw the Nutria in the trash
    3. Enjoy your meal.
     
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  6. whm1974

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    Ha Ha...
     
  7. MCgunner

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    East Texas and Louisiana have lots of the things. Personally, I've eaten a lot of stuff, but I draw the line at rats. :rolleyes: You can get a bounty for 'em in Louisiana, I think. They compete with the native muskrat there. They're an introduced species.
     
  8. bob97

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    I remember hearing they were imported to combat another invasive species: Hydrilla
     
  9. jmorris

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    Yeah but I have seen that guy eat stuff that would gag a buzzard. :)

    I haven’t eaten any personally but I bet I have already had worse without even trying.
     
  10. Bfh_auto

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    I couldn't help but notice nutria was nowhere in that statement. What is the meal you're going to enjoy?
     
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    You’re right about that! That man knows no limits on disgusting “table fare.”
     
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