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Old 07-08-2017, 11:02 AM
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Default Finally got out for rabbit season

..... and had a good morning. Work killed my chances for the opener, but one of my hunting buddies went to "my" spot to check it out for me. He reported that some of the area was closed for an unknown reason, and other parts of the area that have been solid producers in years past were thin on rabbits.

I contacted another fellow that I had shown another area to a few years back and he reported good numbers, so I decided to roll out there and see what was up.

Initially, I saw a lot of rabbits but they weren't letting me close. I adjusted my tactics a bit and started to score. I killed 3 in one small area, and then later killed the last two nearly back to back further on up the road. The last one I got by sitting still in the shade for about 15 minutes, and glassing the edge of the brush line. Spotted one sitting quietly in the shadows about a foot back from the edge, and let him have it.

On the way out, I could have easily collected another limit. Total time in field was about 2 hours, inclusive of dressing them and getting them on ice. In at 6, out at 8, and it was really starting to warm up.

In case anyone cares - Winchester 1400 semi-auto, skeet choke, Federal #6 steel. No cripples, all clean kills. Also - the rabbits were clean, no fleas or ticks, no tape worm larvae, and nice meaty hindquarters. Didn't break any back legs or rupture any intestinal organs either. Mostly hit in the head or just behind.... I was on them today!

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What ya cooking doc?
i am also curious.

i brined, then marinated in buttermilk and spices and then deep fried my first one this last week. it was good, but i haven't seen a lot of other recipes. mostly just stews, which i am not a big fan of in general.

I am going to go out again tomorrow, and i think i am going to do much better this time knowing what i know now lol
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Great writeup and great success. I got nada on the opener. Will be out again.
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Nice limit and good shooting, thanks for sharing.
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Looks good. Good to hear they were all healthy.

I am going to get back out with the long bow for some again soon. They're a lot of fun with trad archery.
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i am also curious.

i brined, then marinated in buttermilk and spices and then deep fried my first one this last week. it was good, but i haven't seen a lot of other recipes. mostly just stews, which i am not a big fan of in general.

I am going to go out again tomorrow, and i think i am going to do much better this time knowing what i know now lol
There are several ways to cook rabbit, most all of them good..... it really depends on what you like. I've never made rabbit stew - well, once with a jack rabbit (it was very good), but I have done stew-like recipes with great success.

I have made Chili Verde with rabbit that was divine. My go-to recipe is something called "Louisiana Rabbit", which is basically browning the rabbit, adding chopped onions, Worcestershire Sauce, and tomato paste to the skillet, and then after 15 minutes of sauteing putting it all into a covered casserole dish in the oven for about 1 hour. Fall off the bone good! Here's a variation (mine is a bit different):
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I also cut them up and BBQ, and sometimes slow smoke them whole in my smoker..... both excellent ways to enjoy rabbit.

My absolute favorite is the campfire, though. Just brush a whole rabbit with oil or butter, sprinkle with salt, pepper, and garlic salt, wrap tightly in tin foil, and toss it in the coals for an hour......on the last camping/hunting trip I had a couple of guys that "don't eat rabbit" begging for more.
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Looks good. Good to hear they were all healthy.

I am going to get back out with the long bow for some again soon. They're a lot of fun with trad archery.
Maybe the heavy rain had something to do with the health, less stress and all that. I did find a few of those big nasty looking bot-fly grubs/larvae (or whatever they are) under the skin though..... most all in the neck area and easily dealt with.

When we went for archery Mule Deer in AZ last January, I spent the middle of the day spot/stalking rabbits with my bow. Success rate was low, but the fun factor was through the roof. Not traditional though - modern compound.

Fun AZ fact - cottontail season is all year, 10 a day. I think I'd get sick of eating rabbit if I had that much access to them.
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Nice job boss! I'm deer hunting the next few weeks, we should hook up before the end of the month and shoot.



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'bossman, likin' that 1400. Don't see those all too often. Nice.
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'bossman, likin' that 1400. Don't see those all too often. Nice.
The 1400 is looked down upon by shotgun snobs, and so can be had cheap. Winchester pioneered the aluminum reliever, and it wasn't received well by the tradionalists.

I have two, a 12 guage skeet model that I've been shooting since I was about 16. I liked it so much that I bought the 20 gauge version about 10 years ago.

Wonderful pointing, balanced, natural shooters, and have never given me a lick of trouble. Just a pleasure to carry and shoot, and I cannot recommend them highly enough.
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So, you shoot steel through them. I guess no damage to the barrels.
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So, you shoot steel through them. I guess no damage to the barrels.
Yes and no. The 12 gauge was built in 1967, so no. The 20 gauge is newer and built with steel in mind, so yes.

Since the 12 is a fixed choke skeet gun, I can probably shoot steel though it as well. Even if I damaged the barrel, new barrel replacements are readily available and not too expensive. But, the gun in its original configuration has a ton of sentimental value, so I pretty much use it only for skeet and dove with lead shot.
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the 20 is not fixed? I was under impression it was.
Anyway, i doubt that the low base #6 would damage any barrel. But i guess you know better.
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I'll try mine on tuesday and maybe thursday or friday pending an OK from my friend.
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the 20 is not fixed? I was under impression it was.
Again - yes, and no.

I have a fixed 26" Skeet choke barrel (as shown in the picture) and the 28" vent rib barrel that came with the gun. That barrel is threaded for the Winchoke system, and I have a complete set of steel approved choke tubes that came with the gun. The cool thing about Winchoke is that they use the same threads as Mossberg.... and I have a Mossberg 500 20 gauge that can use the chokes, too.

I'm not positive if the #6 steel will be harmless on the older gun, but I suspect your are right. Since the 12 gauge has a lot of sentimental value I am reluctant to try. Besides, I have the perfectly good 20 gauge, and 12 gauge is too much for the little bunnies, anyway.
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Nice job boss! I'm deer hunting the next few weeks, we should hook up before the end of the month and shoot.
Absolutely. Are you shooting steel through that SxS?
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Absolutely. Are you shooting steel through that SxS?


Yup. Low velocity #7. It's been good so far. Modified and improved chokes


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I like it when I see people using older shotguns carefully. Steel ain't bothering these shooters. I shoot steel out of my 1975 870 WM with fixed M or fixed I/C, just depends on which one I use.
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You need to post those pics in The Democrap Underground forum in their hunting section. I think the folks over there would really appreciate it.
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Quite nice! I've been out three times up hear in the North Valley and been skunked every time. Thinking about dressing up like a giant carrot next time.
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The southern part of northern West California. Just head east


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anyone want to go get a limit in Cleveland National Forest this weekend? I will be off the 74 (Ortega HWY).
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I am going up to our club fri night have a meting sun am in Lancaster should be able to shoot a limit sun early then go to meeting. Taking my gamo whisper and 20 gauge. I wake up and open my trailer window and shoot a couple out window while coffee brewing at first light. Then go walk the brush line near guzzler. Obvious business trip.
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Thanks for the post bigbossman. It's helpful for me to see that it's potentially OK to hunt rabbit for meat at this time. After moving to the US last year from Oz, I've been itching to use my newly acquired hunting license and thought that rabbits might be a good place to start. I plan on eating any game I harvest, and I had heard that rabbits in summer can have a lot of ticks/fleas, but after reading your post I now have some hope!
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The southern part of northern West California. Just head east
Thanks for the pointer. Went there today and got my limit.

BTW, it is easy to find your spot, just look at your posts. No secrets there.
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Thanks for the pointer. Went there today and got my limi
BTW, it is easy to find your spot, just look at your posts. No secrets there.

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Yup, got me. Hahahaha. You obviously don't know the first rule of hunting. Never tell all your secrets.



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Oh, crap. Now the Russians are hacking our hunting grounds.
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Oh, crap. Now the Russians are hacking our hunting grounds.


By the way we have an open invite for quail/dove/turkey/coyotes. We just got a watch out for the mountain lion.

Walked about 20 feet away from a coyote yesterday morning. I thought it was a doe bedded down at first.

Nobody hunts quail out there so it's way over populated. Can't swing a cat without hitting quail. Turkey population is starting to come back. I only saw 30 or so this weekend.

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Yup, got me. Hahahaha. You obviously don't know the first rule of hunting. Never tell all your secrets.
What??? You gave away all your spots on the open forum but i who do not know the rules?

I'll tell you something you might not know:Never tell all your secrets

BTW: i saw 2 hunters hunting your spot on Friday. Pretty roockie ones. Could not hit a wide side of the barn if their life depended on it. Were it you with the Boss? One had mexican sombrero and white beard.
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Oh, crap. Now the Russians are hacking our hunting grounds.
You even cannot imagine how close to the truth you are.
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What??? You gave away all your spots on the open forum but i who do not know the rules?

I'll tell you something you might not know:Never tell all your secrets

BTW: i saw 2 hunters hunting your spot on Friday. Pretty roockie ones. Could not hit a wide side of the barn if their life depended on it. Were it you with the Boss? One had mexican sombrero and white beard.
Another has SX3 20ga used Kent Ammo.

Must not have have been me. I don't hunt with my sombrero and boss don't shoot barns. I do have some gray hares though. Lol.

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Some guys tell me seco has huge buck population this year.
Since my property is blocked this year, might try there as well.
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