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"Dillo Whacking" is one of those things country kids can do now while out driving around, because we'll that's what hillbilly kids do and Whacking armadillos certainly causes less problems than other choices.  Wasn't enough (or any that I knew of) when I was of age to drive around gravel roads with my friends.  

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2 minutes ago, MOPanfisher said:

"Dillo Whacking" is one of those things country kids can do now while out driving around, because we'll that's what hillbilly kids do and Whacking armadillos certainly causes less problems than other choices.  Wasn't enough (or any that I knew of) when I was of age to drive around gravel roads with my friends.  

We used to road hunt raccoons at night, run them down, kick them toothy things into submission and box them up for skinning later.  Hides were worth money then.  Might have road hunted a few rabbits when the snow was on.  There was no waste.  Did it to eat during college.

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1 hour ago, fishinwrench said:

Man, everybody is fessing up to all kinds of illegal activities here.   Careful or you'll end up watching Bambi with ol' Whatshisname !  😂

I kind of liked Bambi. Don't know how they would keep me awake after the first couple times though.

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3 hours ago, Gavin said:

I know a campground owner who will give you a free night if you kill 3 (off season).

Kill the coons off season or camp off season?  I don't like cold camping much anymore.

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