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BC9696
2013-12-28, 13:31
Vegans turn away! Do not view! My food poops on your food.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wp3m-j8Okcw

Roche
2013-12-28, 18:10
So this is where this thread landed after it was abducted by intolerant cyber aliens. As I have never hunted I was looking forward to learnining something new, to celebrate diversity, to coexist with others, all that crap.
Welcome. :beer:

BC9696
2013-12-28, 19:58
So this is where this thread landed after it was abducted by intolerant cyber aliens. As I have never hunted I was looking forward to learnining something new, to celebrate diversity, to coexist with others, all that crap.
Welcome. :beer:

Yeah, I didn't appreciate being strong-armed by the Hammocktalk crew, who moved the post to a paid members only page. I rarely visited that site and thought the lack of moderation in moderating was reason enough to look elsewhere. Was directed here. I can see why the moderators and so many posters left that other site. Kinda anal the way they do things there. Colder than this hunt! LOL

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Lone Wolf
2013-12-28, 20:38
fuckin' hammockers are plain goddamn weird. how much shit is there to a hammock for crissakes?

Roche
2013-12-28, 20:41
It's just hanging.

Lone Wolf
2013-12-28, 20:49
It's just hanging.

yeah really. all i hear about these hammock forums are pissed off people

BC9696
2013-12-28, 21:58
fuckin' hammockers are plain goddamn weird. how much shit is there to a hammock for crissakes?

I resemble that remark! I was struck by a diamondback as a kid so my phobia about sleeping on the ground is never going away. Plus i injured my back in six motorcycle crashes so hanging is the only way I can sleep in the field. There's a learning curve to it but after a week, it is hard to go to ground after swingin' in a hammock. And in some places, it's the only way to pitch a camp...no decent tent spots or flat ground.

Lone Wolf
2013-12-28, 22:00
I resemble that remark! I was struck by a diamondback as a kid so my phobia about sleeping on the ground is never going away. Plus i injured my back in six motorcycle crashes so hanging is the only way I can sleep in the field. There's a learning curve to it but after a week, it is hard to go to ground after swingin' in a hammock. And in some places, it's the only way to pitch a camp...no decent tent spots or flat ground.

i understand all that but i don't get the snobiness of some hammock folks

Roche
2013-12-28, 22:16
And I don't get the sheeple of some hammock folks.

Hog On Ice
2013-12-28, 22:18
hammockers are often OK but they do tend to be groupies

but they are not as weird as that guy who sleeps in a chair and likes it

Roche
2013-12-28, 23:13
It's just assing.

BC9696
2013-12-28, 23:13
Oh hell...a hammock ain't much different than a tent or a tipi or any other damn shelter. Blame the weirdness on the weirdo, not the sleep system. Lotsa stupid-crazy and offbeat people in the world and many of them drive a Prius.

Tin Man
2013-12-28, 23:31
hammocking is the most comfortable sleep, especially after a long day's walk. the groupies seem to be focused on knots and group hangs. hiking not so much.

BC9696
2013-12-29, 03:15
And sometimes the only way to sleep during major wind/rain/snow storms.

http://www.junglehammock.com/resources/images/weir1.jpg

Ray
2013-12-29, 11:32
I've been reading the Lewis & Clark journals. Those guys wrote a lot considering they each kept two daily journals plus other books used for navigation and surveying notes plus dictionaries they compiled of Indian languages. And they ate a lot of meat!

The expedition would chow down on either 4 deer or antelope, 2 elk or 1 buffalo a day, using beaver, geese, ducks, fish, or dogs to fill in any gaps. They went through a grizzly bear phase for a while but quickly decided grizz were more trouble than they were worth.

The favorite meals were buffalo calves and buffalo / beaver sausages. Making sausages was apparently the only useful skill that Charbanough, Sakawagea's husband, L&C could find to compliment about him.

Anyway, one buffalo bull or a cow and calf per day would get eaten down to the marrow.

Superman
2013-12-29, 11:40
I've been reading the Lewis & Clark journals. Those guys wrote a lot considering they each kept two daily journals plus other books used for navigation and surveying notes plus dictionaries they compiled of Indian languages. And they ate a lot of meat!

The expedition would chow down on either 4 deer or antelope, 2 elk or 1 buffalo a day, using beaver, geese, ducks, fish, or dogs to fill in any gaps. They went through a grizzly bear phase for a while but quickly decided grizz were more trouble than they were worth.

The favorite meals were buffalo calves and buffalo / beaver sausages. Making sausages was apparently the only useful skill that Charbanough, Sakawagea's husband, L&C could find to compliment about him.

Anyway, one buffalo bull or a cow and calf per day would get eaten down to the marrow.

When I hiked the AT I had all I could do to write a few sentences in my cheesy journal. When I read about that expedition I called bull shit for that reason. Plus...I think we've all known that there are a lot of guys who's only redeeming value is having a sausage.

Hog On Ice
2013-12-29, 11:50
.. Plus...I think we've all known that there are a lot of guys who's only redeeming value is having a Vienna sausage.

hummm taking about LW again huh?

BC9696
2013-12-29, 12:36
I've been jacked before but never so historically. LOL

Superman
2013-12-29, 12:36
hummm taking about LW again huh?

It's actually a shame that RH moved on. I can't think of anyone that was more fun to tease than he was. He said that his mission was to get a reaction from folks. So folks reacted and he left. Was it something we said. He seemed nice....I just have never understood how that life style works. After my divorce I was wiped out and there wasn't anyone offering me anything. I could have gotten naked and painted myself green and no one would have noticed. He must be way smarter than me because he seems to make a career out of...um...what ever it is he does.

SGT Rock
2013-12-30, 01:14
He said beaver sausage

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Rasty
2013-12-30, 01:43
Nice meat

BC9696
2013-12-30, 02:01
He said I have nice meat.

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Crikey
2013-12-30, 17:17
Vegans turn away! Do not view! My food poops on your food.

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You should work for these guys.

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Superman
2013-12-30, 19:35
He said I have nice meat.

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I just got back from grocery shopping so I have to go put my meat away. Just sayin.

saimyoji
2013-12-30, 20:08
What's the difference between a pussy and a refridgerator?

A fridge doesn't fart when you pull the meat out.

BC9696
2013-12-30, 21:00
My meat is hanging and aging and I'm waiting for the taxidermist to score my hornware.

sheepdog
2013-12-31, 00:12
That's a damn nice buffalo. You should say you shot it while hanging under your hammock. Like indians shooting at a buffalo from a running horse.

Still pretty cool.

Lugnut
2013-12-31, 00:35
Wonder if he thanked the buffalo and ate the liver raw?

Superman
2013-12-31, 00:41
Wonder if he thanked the buffalo and ate the liver raw?

It looks like the Buffalo is just sleeping. It looks like the guy was photo shopped into the picture.

Rasty
2013-12-31, 01:00
It looks like the Buffalo is just sleeping. It looks like the guy was photo shopped into the picture.

Sounds like a monty python skit. It's just sleeping.

sheepdog
2013-12-31, 05:11
Sounds like a monty python skit. It's just sleeping.

It's an old indian game called buffalo smacking. Kind of like cow tipping.

Tin Man
2013-12-31, 06:03
It's an old indian game called buffalo smacking. Kind of like cow tipping.

How much do you tip a cow anyway? I mean ain't the milk free, so what is the proper tip on free?

Superman
2013-12-31, 07:42
How much do you tip a cow anyway? I mean ain't the milk free, so what is the proper tip on free?

Yeah right, and if you tip the cow do you also tip the doorman?

Tin Man
2013-12-31, 08:39
Yeah right, and if you tip the cow do you also tip the doorman?

don't know any doormen (or women)

Sargevining
2013-12-31, 11:10
My meat is hanging and aging and I'm waiting for the taxidermist to score my hornware.

Now that---that right there---is a target rich environment.

I surprised none of your perverts haven't jumped on that one.

And I ain't lettin' NOBODY score MY frikkin hornware.

Crikey
2013-12-31, 12:58
I honestly thought when he asked if we wanted to see his bison bowhunt that he was referring to something else.

Skidsteer
2013-12-31, 14:03
That would be a talented bison.

Belew
2013-12-31, 16:27
How can a bison bow hunt? They have no thumbs.

Hog On Ice
2013-12-31, 16:48
but they sure are horny

Superman
2013-12-31, 17:51
Nice tail but the step ladder is too heavy.

Bearpaw
2013-12-31, 18:19
How much draw weight is your bow and what type arrowhead did you use? That's a huge creature to down with a bow.

BC9696
2013-12-31, 19:45
How much draw weight is your bow and what type arrowhead did you use? That's a huge creature to down with a bow.

It's in the video description, 777gr arrow (FMJ Dangerous Game w/ Woodsman Elite BH. My Carbon Element is set at 68lbs. Just gotta call from the taxi guy, got a tentative score on the horns is 109 1/4 inches. Not record setting for anyone but me.

sheepdog
2014-01-01, 00:12
cool hunt. and I love Bison burgers.

Rasty
2014-01-01, 18:56
cool hunt. and I love Bison burgers.

The tenderloin ain't to shabby either. Neither is the shank, flank, short ribs......

BC9696
2014-01-02, 19:37
The tenderloin ain't to shabby either. Neither is the shank, flank, short ribs......

Don't forget the prime rib.

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Superman
2014-01-02, 19:43
I just saw that on chainsaw massacre.

Crikey
2014-01-02, 23:47
Protest that, PETA

D'Artagnan
2014-01-03, 09:57
Mmmmm, grillage.

sheepdog
2014-01-03, 12:18
Don't forget the prime rib.

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Damn!!!

Crikey
2014-01-03, 12:50
So, is cooked bison naturally that red in color, or do you prefer it nearly raw?

Sargevining
2014-01-03, 13:49
Just knock off the horns, wipe its ass, and put it on the plate.

Crikey
2014-01-03, 14:58
Just knock off the horns, wipe its ass, and put it on the plate.

http://www.deadredart.com/candy.jpg

BC9696
2014-01-03, 20:09
So, is cooked bison naturally that red in color, or do you prefer it nearly raw?

That roast is actually overcooked to medium but because bison is a much redder meat than beef, it only looks raw. For info on this nutritional, guilt-free healhier alternative to beef visit https://www.americangourmet.net/healthy-buffalo.html.

Tin Man
2014-01-03, 22:19
So, is cooked bison naturally that red in color, or do you prefer it nearly raw?

It gets very tough if you cook it any more than that.