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    Worbels?

    Ok so for the longest time I never hunted squirrels until after the first frost because of worbels. But I have also been told that if you skin a squirrel and find some worbels that you can just cut them off/out and the meat is still good. Does anyone else know if this is true or what do you do in this case?

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    That is probably true but I wait till frost so I don't have to worry. My biggest thing with squirrels is to shoot young ones.

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    No idea what worbels are. I've just squirrel hunted when I had time.

    After further research this problem isnt in PA but the ODNR says they wont bother the squirrels and they are fine to eat.


    http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Portals/9/pdf/pub322.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by ed1315 View Post
    That is probably true but I wait till frost so I don't have to worry. My biggest thing with squirrels is to shoot young ones.
    Just curious but why do you shot young ones?

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    They are more tender YUM!

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