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Author Topic: Nutria Rat Knockout Video  (Read 682 times)

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Offline Delta Duckman

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Usually near the end of duck season here in SE Louisiana nutria come out on cold days to warm up in the sun.  When the water is low is a good time to hunt them.  Somehow nutria seem to know alligators who love to eat them are dormant during this time of year.  Nutria are considered a nuisance animal that can be taken all year.  Duck hunting has been really slow for us this year so if we are going to get up early for a duck hunt we hunt nutria after the ducks.  We give the nutria to a camp caretaker who eats them and shares them with his family members.  We have fun and he gets to eat.  Video shows some of the action.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVb_cQQpcac

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 :happy1: that looks like fun. Had to Google them to see what they where. Not sure if eat it.
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Offline mike89

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aw heck you'd eat it Glenn!!!  BBQ sauce or your case katchup it's all good!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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aw heck you'd eat it Glenn!!!  BBQ sauce or your case katchup it's all good!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: well you'd souzy boily it. :mooning: :rotflmao:
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Offline Steve-o

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Seems like they might taste a little muddy.   :confused:

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Never heard of them. Looks like an over grown Muskrat?  :scratch:

No fir value?  :scratch:
« Last Edit: January 01/19/21, 08:43:28 AM by Leech~~ »
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They were bigger than I thought they would be.  Fun.

Offline Delta Duckman

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It is a lot of fun riding in the marsh shooting them.  They taste similar to wild rabbit.  Many people eat them down here.

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I don't know... they look like a cross between a rat and a beaver.  And I ain't eatin' either one of those.

Too bad they don't have a cute bushy tail like a squirrel or chipmunk.  It might make them seem more palatable.

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I would gladly give them to others to eat.    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: