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post #21 of 35

Yup, Shad Roe is looking much better now?????

 

No worms in Roe.  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear 

post #22 of 35

Like none of you ever ate the dam worm in the bottom of a tequila!!  Dam, like is gonna hurt LOLOL

 

 

Rich

post #23 of 35

One more reason I prefer grazing animals hahahahahah

post #24 of 35
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Yup, Shad Roe is looking much better now?????

 

No worms in Roe.  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear 


Yeah, not so much Bear. biggrin.gif

 

But seriously we catch a lot of salt water fish in Florida that do commonly have worms. I personally will not eat fish if I know there are worms, but I probably have consumed fish that did, but thank goodness I never knew. I find them mostly in Speckeld Trout, but have found them in Grouper, Amberjack, and even Redfish, and probaly a lot more I can't recall. I usually just cut out that part of the filet unless the whole fish is infested. Sounds kinda gross doesn't it? I know if I was cooking fish and worms started coming out of the fish that sucker is going to Davey Jones Locker, STAT!  th_violent5.gif
 

 

post #25 of 35
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Yeah, not so much Bear. biggrin.gif

 

But seriously we catch a lot of salt water fish in Florida that do commonly have worms. I personally will not eat fish if I know there are worms, but I probably have consumed fish that did, but thank goodness I never knew. I find them mostly in Speckeld Trout, but have found them in Grouper, Amberjack, and even Redfish, and probaly a lot more I can't recall. I usually just cut out that part of the filet unless the whole fish is infested. Sounds kinda gross doesn't it? I know if I was cooking fish and worms started coming out of the fish that sucker is going to Davey Jones Locker, STAT!  th_violent5.gif
 

 

 

Can't argue with that.

I shot rabbits that had worms under the skin (before the first frost), and I was told that was OK, but I chucked them!!

 

Stomach didn't agree with "That was OK".  th_dunno-1[1].gif

 

Bear
 

 

post #26 of 35
Thread Starter 

Haha.  I like all the comments everyone has shared.  Didn't know this post would go this far....

 

-Bear, thanks for the info about the worms.  I pretty much found the same information online, it's all good to know and the more I know the better I feel.

-Venture, Amen; there are starving people all over the world.  Its a good thing i'm not trying to win a beauty pageant nor' am I on dual survivor.  If I were in a situation where I had to eat them I'm sure I           would.  Anything tastes good when you're hungry enough.

- African Meat, YES I DO mean that!  Times ten!

- Alaskan Bear, Very true i'm sure we've all eaten them plenty of times in a lot of things.....  

 

Now I can agree with who ever doesn't like the MES with a window for one reason and one reason only.  But I'm sure I'll be back to eating salmon and other fish again in the near future.  Thanks all!

 Sean

 

 

 

post #27 of 35

For the insects in flour:  Use lots of course black pepper, it makes them disappear!

 

Bear, we only ate the rabbits we shot in the winter and early spring when it was really cold.  Only cottontails, the jack rabbits went to the hog farmers (illegal now).

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #28 of 35

Not me...if I can see them crawling around I ANT eating it...Period .My BIL ate some goat in Afganistain and 2 yrs later the Dr`s took a 18 in. worm out of him as big around as a cigar.

post #29 of 35
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Originally Posted by Roller View Post

Not me...if I can see them crawling around I ANT eating it...Period .My BIL ate some goat in Afganistain and 2 yrs later the Dr`s took a 18 in. worm out of him as big around as a cigar.



NASTY

 

post #30 of 35

Ahh, the tapeworm.  The dieter's friend.  LOL

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by Venture View Post

For the insects in flour:  Use lots of course black pepper, it makes them disappear!

 

Bear, we only ate the rabbits we shot in the winter and early spring when it was really cold.  Only cottontails, the jack rabbits went to the hog farmers (illegal now).

 

Good luck and good smoking.


PA's first cottontail season used to open around the 1st of November, and sometimes we would not have had our first frost. I don't know if that is still the season.

Then it would run until after Thanksgiving, open again at Christmas until late January. Early in that first season is when we'd find worms.

 

Bear

 

post #32 of 35

AAAAHHH!!! What ever doesnt kill ya makes ya stronger!!!

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SOB

post #33 of 35

this blows my mind... And i love fish hope i can forget about what i just read. lol

post #34 of 35

this blows my mind... And i love fish hope i can forget about what i just read. lol

post #35 of 35

Ahh just a lilli more protein

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