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Rabbit meat pies

Post by fatboyz » Sun Jan 06, 2019 16:31

My wife and I spent 5 days over New Years winter camping in the mountains. There is very little snow but was still brisk, lowest temp in the morning was -20. Rabbits were fairly easy to see and we shot 4. I stewed them up last night and am making meat pies today.
Here is a pic of another fellow that was out hunting with his 2 siblings and mother for rabbits as well.


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Post by Butterbean » Sun Jan 06, 2019 20:25

Fantastic photo. Is that a linx? Rabbit meat pies sounds wonderful! We had venison ravioli last night and that was pretty good.
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Post by fatboyz » Sun Jan 06, 2019 21:19

Yes' it's a Lynx. We saw the mother about 100m down the trail. I was mouse squeaking with my mouth to get her attention. I looked to my right and this fellow and his/her two siblings were about 10m away! Seeing these guys was the highlight of the day for my wife.
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Post by fatboyz » Sun Jan 06, 2019 21:38

First Batch is done!
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Post by Butterbean » Sun Jan 06, 2019 23:31

Pies look great. We don't have Lynx here but we do have bobcats which I see occassionally but they typically move late in the day or at night. I've seen a few panthers over the years but these are extremely rare to see.
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