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first geese with a bow

Postby hairy beaver » Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:47 pm

first ones i've ever taken with a bow ,, check out the sky in the background on the first pic , had more than my share to shoot at ,,, anybody got a good recipe ???,,,
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby Okie » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:04 pm

Good shootin Steve! What kinda heads were you using? I ain't never cooked a goose but I've had mine cooked plenty of times. :D
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby hairy beaver » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:12 pm

nothing but 100 grain field tips on carbon with quick spin fletches (( and a little luck ! ))
Okie1 wrote:Good shootin Steve! What kinda heads were you using? I ain't never cooked a goose but I've had mine cooked plenty of times. :D
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby TradRag » Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:57 pm

Oh yea!!! Congrats! Very awesome!
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby VT Surf-N-Turf » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:55 am

Awwww! Dude! Nice shoot'n! Big congrats!
I like to take the boneless breast and hit it with salt and pepper. Then cover it with thick cut apple smoked bacon. I bake it on a bed of tart apple quarters, uncovered at 350 until medium rare. Then I slice it thin on the bias like london broil, and chop the bacon and add it to the apples as a side dish. Wicked Good!
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby hairy beaver » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:05 pm

now that sounds good ,,, the breasts went straight to the freezer after a short soak in salt water , think i will thaw one out before the week is up ,, gonna try this recipe , will get back to ya on the outcome ,,, thanks !
VT Surf-N-Turf wrote:Awwww! Dude! Nice shoot'n! Big congrats!
I like to take the boneless breast and hit it with salt and pepper. Then cover it with thick cut apple smoked bacon. I bake it on a bed of tart apple quarters, uncovered at 350 until medium rare. Then I slice it thin on the bias like london broil, and chop the bacon and add it to the apples as a side dish. Wicked Good!
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby JuanR » Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:57 am

Awesome Shooting!!
Sounds like a really good recipe

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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby Wolf Among Dogs » Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:44 pm

I can use those wings !!!
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby Frosty the Bowman » Sun Jan 13, 2013 1:54 am

I know this is a few years old, But still congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!! :applaud:

Anyone who can take a bird with a bow has my respect that is for sure.

I have never been inclinded to hunt duck or geese, but would like to try my hand at phesant hunting with a bow sometime.
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Re: first geese with a bow

Postby J.james » Sat Dec 20, 2014 12:01 am

You sir, have skillz :applaud:
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