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    Grey squirrel spots?

    Hey guys,

    my August bunny march was somewhat successful in that I found rabbits, I shot some rabbits and I ate some rabbits! Not in great numbers but a great learning experience all the same. So many thanks for all the suggestions and tips on that thread.

    Now! I am keen to identity some areas that I may be able to hunt grey squirrels.
    I appreciate a good laugh but please spare me the illegal options.

    Just curious if there are any areas that are huntable, if they even exist outside of city limits.
    Is private land the best option, maybe getting farm land permission?


    any helpful tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks guys

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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Lol in front of my house with a sling shot...

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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Tree rats . . . . neighbor has a walnut tree. It is one of the filthiest plants on this planet. Grey squirrels everywhere. This morning the crows found the big stash of walnuts. I would like to level that evil plant . . . I'd buck it large, push it into a heap and burn it green with tires and diesel fuel. Wouldn't salvage anything from that @$#%& . . .
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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Quote Originally Posted by ACE View Post
    Tree rats . . . . neighbor has a walnut tree. It is one of the filthiest plants on this planet. Grey squirrels everywhere. This morning the crows found the big stash of walnuts. I would like to level that evil plant . . . I'd buck it large, push it into a heap and burn it green with tires and diesel fuel. Wouldn't salvage anything from that @$#%& . . .
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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Find someone what owns a walnut tree. You'll get about 3 weeks of good shooting in before they clean the tree out and are gone.
    On a long enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.

    A gun in the hand is worth the entire police force on the phone.

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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Anyone eat squirrels?

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    Re: Grey squirrel spots?

    Tree rats are seen mostly in urban areas because they are an invasive species anywhere you can actually shoot you will likely not see them.
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