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Last KS Pheasant Hunting for 2010 Season

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by k3uro, Jan 30, 2011.

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  1. k3uro

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    Hey,

    Got my limit the 1st day, got 2 the 2nd and 2 on the 3rd day.

    Not chasing them the way I used to.

    What do you have left after cleaning your birds.

    How do you cook them?
     
  2. DB Bill

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    I just "breast" mine as there are way to many little bones in the drum-sticks to mess with.

    How do I cook them? Give them to my wife and go clean my gun, take a shower, watch a little TV and however she prepares them is fine with me. Preference is baked.
     
  3. g7777777

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    k3 good for you

    What part of Kansas? I used to live there

    I need to get there next year

    Yea I dont walk very fast but my dogs cover a lot of ground

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS- most people just breast them
     
  4. shooterIII

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    I hunt with guys that breast them and it is great because I get all the legs and thighs. I sure do get a lot of extra meat!!
     
  5. OldGoat

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    Great/easy recipe: Filet out the breast meat from each side of breast; clean thoroughly for shot/feathers; marinate overnight (or several hours) - use Italian salad dressing; wrap each filet in a strip of bacon using toothpicks to hold bacon; cook on charcoal or gas grill about 8 minutes on each side. Got the recipe from Kraft website. Back and legs are not worth saving. Best Regards, Ed
     
  6. wolfram

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    I just love pheasant breast strips pan fried in a bit of olive oil then finish baked in a cream sauce/gravy. These delights served up with some wild rice and a nice salad make for four star eating.

    The thighs and legs get slow cooked down to where I can pull the meat away from all the bones and ligaments and then I make up some super grade dog chow that the boys get on special occaisions.
     
  7. Tom Strunk

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    I like what wolfram does, sounds very good. Also cooking the legs for a special treat maybe mixed with rice is a great way to use the entire bird and treat your canine friends.

    Tom Strunk
     
  8. Doug Brown

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    Do it the same as old goat says only marinate in coke.
     
  9. missed some

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    I roll mine in flour, brown quickly, dump the grease, put in a little water, cover and simmer 20 or so minutes, tastes exactly like pheasant and not the marinade or whatever else you wanna do with em. quick and easy and delicious. Oh and I like the taste of fish also, no fancy soaks or marinades, just hot oil. enjoy. I keep the breasts and thighs. mark crist
     
  10. k3uro

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    Hey,

    I de-bone and cook everthing else. I tried Gizzards but found they were to strong for my taste.




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  11. k3uro

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    Hey,

    Here is what they look like in the pot.


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  12. missed some

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    I am already counting the days for this years opener!!
     
  13. Bruce Em

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    I cut wings, head, tail, and feet then open skin at breast and slide fingers in and around the back.

    pull skin off in one piece

    Slit sides so the back folds away and guts can come out in one wad.

    cut spine and you have quarters

    Easier to do than explain sorry

    My kid makes a wicked stew. Sears the meat in oil first
     
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