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Old 11-12-2013, 12:10 PM   #1
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Found a decent spot that had produced quite a few crows around the Davenport/Eldridge area...

Just wanted to see if anyone would like to hunt some crows in the upcoming weeks?

Been having best luck with morning sets. 1/2 hour to 45-minutes before sunrise... Then scaddadle back into town to get to work by 0800.

I've got a FoxPro and a dozen decoys.
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Sounds like fun but I'm in Des Moines! Good luck!
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I hunt crows from January to the end of March. It is a blast. Thanks for the offer but too far for me to drive.
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How do you cook a crow?

Pine board method?
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How do you cook a crow?

Pine board method?

wrap their breasts in the McDonalds hamburger paper that you used to decoy them and then throw them on the grill.....then eat the charred wrapper.
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How do you cook a crow?

Pine board method?
I just use salt and pepper a little butter in a fry pan. The kids love em.
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I just use salt and pepper a little butter in a fry pan. The kids love em.

That's just nasty!
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That's just nasty!
They claim it's better than duck, quail, and pheasant... Says "It tastes like chicken on the grill with a beer can in it's butt"... They're growing up just right.
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That's just nasty!
I dont see why they wouldn't taste any worse than a duck or goose. They eat grains and seeds just like waterfowl with the dead stuff here and there. Personally I've never eaten it but I'll try anything once.
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