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Noodling Turtles

Postby jdsmith » 24 Feb 2012, 15:53

I had no idea what this was, but now I do and I want to try it bad! :thumbsup:

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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby Tempo Gain » 24 Feb 2012, 15:59

Typical afternoon upstate, eh? :)
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby saddletramp » 24 Feb 2012, 16:45

That and frog gigging. :lick:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby antarcticbeech » 24 Feb 2012, 17:03

So what do you do with the turtles afterwards? Eat them? Or is it just a Steve Irwin style love kinda thing?
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby funkymonkey » 24 Feb 2012, 17:06

My favorite part was when it bit him. :thumbsup:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby jdsmith » 24 Feb 2012, 18:40

antarcticbeech wrote:So what do you do with the turtles afterwards? Eat them? Or is it just a Steve Irwin style love kinda thing?


Eat them up yeah. :thumbsup:

I saw Bear Grylss or whomever eat a turtle years back, cooked him in shell on hot coals, peeled off the shell and stripped the meat off it. Goooooood it looked good. :thumbsup:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby superking » 24 Feb 2012, 18:48

jdsmith wrote:
antarcticbeech wrote:So what do you do with the turtles afterwards? Eat them? Or is it just a Steve Irwin style love kinda thing?


Eat them up yeah. :thumbsup:

I saw Bear Grylss or whomever eat a turtle years back, cooked him in shell on hot coals, peeled off the shell and stripped the meat off it. Goooooood it looked good. :thumbsup:



Grylls probably then crapped out the waste and made a brick from it for his fire. Then caught the smoke and used that to make some bees drowsy. Resourceful little bastard. :lol:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby jdsmith » 24 Feb 2012, 18:50

superking wrote:
jdsmith wrote:
antarcticbeech wrote:So what do you do with the turtles afterwards? Eat them? Or is it just a Steve Irwin style love kinda thing?


Eat them up yeah. :thumbsup:

I saw Bear Grylss or whomever eat a turtle years back, cooked him in shell on hot coals, peeled off the shell and stripped the meat off it. Goooooood it looked good. :thumbsup:



Grylls probably then crapped out the waste and made a brick from it for his fire. Then caught the smoke and used that to make some bees drowsy. Resourceful little bastard. :lol:


I saw him catch a reindeer with fishing line and then cut out and munch on its enormous heart. :notworthy:

Excuse me, now, for I have wood. :oops:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby sandman » 24 Feb 2012, 19:01

jdsmith wrote:
superking wrote:
jdsmith wrote:
antarcticbeech wrote:So what do you do with the turtles afterwards? Eat them? Or is it just a Steve Irwin style love kinda thing?


Eat them up yeah. :thumbsup:

I saw Bear Grylss or whomever eat a turtle years back, cooked him in shell on hot coals, peeled off the shell and stripped the meat off it. Goooooood it looked good. :thumbsup:



Grylls probably then crapped out the waste and made a brick from it for his fire. Then caught the smoke and used that to make some bees drowsy. Resourceful little bastard. :lol:


I saw him catch a reindeer with fishing line and then cut out and munch on its enormous heart. :notworthy:

Excuse me, now, for I have wood. :oops:

I saw an article recently in which he got slated for supposedly being out camping but was in fact staying in a fancy hotel and pigging out on the buffet. :lol:
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Re: Noodling Turtles

Postby tomthorne » 24 Feb 2012, 19:09

He always looks a bit metrosexual to me. He's supposed to be so tough, ex-SAS and stuff, but I met a kiwi last night who told me that he'd beaten up 15 (fifteen :eek: ) Taiwanese gangsters in Shi-Da of all places*. Now, that's seriously hard. I reckon said kiwi would beat the crap out of Bear and bum him afterwards for good measure.

*Perhaps we ought to start up a thread about why are expats such incredible bullshitters.
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