Squirrel Hunting
Kenny

Winchester, KY

#1 Oct 1, 2012
Anyone know a good place to hunt Fox Squirrel's in Bell county Area?
hignite

Ripley, TN

#2 Oct 1, 2012
Towards Garmeda past Hignite and between that Frakes Turnoff anywhere in that area has always been honest.
Find the right trees for their food source and wait a tad.=)
Kenny

Winchester, KY

#3 Oct 1, 2012
Thanks for the post i dont really want to drive that far to hunt squirrels thought they might be a good place near middlesboro to hunt. I can go about anywhere and kill gray squirrels just always wanted to try for a Fox squirrels :)
evelyn

Ripley, TN

#4 Oct 2, 2012
U MuRDERING BESTARD!! If U Hungry make U a baloney sandwich U Punkazz Beech aint U Got Food stamps Boi!!! Bet U feel Like a REAL "HE" man Killing Gods Beautiful Harmless squirels. MAY U BURN IN HELL!!!!!!!!!!
Deer Hunter

South Fulton, TN

#5 Oct 2, 2012
evelyn wrote:
U MuRDERING BESTARD!! If U Hungry make U a baloney sandwich U Punkazz Beech aint U Got Food stamps Boi!!! Bet U feel Like a REAL "HE" man Killing Gods Beautiful Harmless squirels. MAY U BURN IN HELL!!!!!!!!!!
Dude, get back on decaf
AGREE

Knoxville, TN

#7 Oct 2, 2012
evelyn wrote:
U MuRDERING BESTARD!! If U Hungry make U a baloney sandwich U Punkazz Beech aint U Got Food stamps Boi!!! Bet U feel Like a REAL "HE" man Killing Gods Beautiful Harmless squirels. MAY U BURN IN HELL!!!!!!!!!!
I couldn't agree more with evelyn.

How could you possibly actually seek out an area just to kill a defenseless animal? How would YOU feel if someone stood outside your house to hunt YOU?

Just for one minute, put yourself in that poor creature's shoes. Well, I guess they don't have shoes, but you know what I mean. They are just sitting there trying to get something to eat, minding their own businesses. Then suddenly, for no reason somebody just walks up and does that.

Don't you know that squirrels have emotions just like anyone else? Just like every other creature, they have a mom and dad. They might even be one themselves. How COULD you???

Next time you are in a park or in the woods and see a squirrel, why not talk to them instead? You'd be surprised at what could happened, how fellow creatures can communicate.

Just think about that. Really THINK about that.
Aimless

Beaver, WV

#8 Oct 3, 2012
Tree Rats.
Kill 'em all.

“"I'm your Huckleberry"”

Since: Aug 10

Tombstone, AZ

#9 Oct 3, 2012
My guess is that those that condemn the killing of animals, call them God's creatures and calling hunters murderers, are the same ones who would fight for the right to kill their own children by means of tearing them from the warmth and protection that is the mothers womb. Are not these babies also Gods creations?
God created animals for nourishment. Even though wild game is not used for main sources if food now, to allow animals to proliferate beyond what the land can sustain, causes animals to become diseased and malnourished.

"hypocrisy knows no bounds!"
Kenny

Winchester, KY

#10 Oct 3, 2012
Lol what some posts u get from just asking about where to hunt must be people thats about 500 lbs setting behind the computer waiting to find someone or something to talk shit about Get off the computer and see the outdoors and kills so shit :P
camo gurl

Frankfort, KY

#11 Oct 5, 2012
AGREE wrote:
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I couldn't agree more with evelyn.
How could you possibly actually seek out an area just to kill a defenseless animal? How would YOU feel if someone stood outside your house to hunt YOU?
Just for one minute, put yourself in that poor creature's shoes. Well, I guess they don't have shoes, but you know what I mean. They are just sitting there trying to get something to eat, minding their own businesses. Then suddenly, for no reason somebody just walks up and does that.
Don't you know that squirrels have emotions just like anyone else? Just like every other creature, they have a mom and dad. They might even be one themselves. How COULD you???
Next time you are in a park or in the woods and see a squirrel, why not talk to them instead? You'd be surprised at what could happened, how fellow creatures can communicate.
Just think about that. Really THINK about that.
cause its fun as f*ck thats why you should try it some time.
to evelyn

Corbin, KY

#12 Oct 6, 2012
That Bologna sandwhiches that u told him to go make .. well, it was living creature too at one time. As far as food stamps go, not everyone has the luxury of getting them. Personally, I see nothing wrong with anyone hunting for their food. Someone has to kill it, so y not just cut out the middle man and do it yourself? It's cheaper and not pumped with all those additives and preservatives that kill u . As long as some one is killing them to eat there is nothing wrong. Did God it feed the children of Egypt when they were in the wilderness?
JOE

Winchester, KY

#13 Oct 7, 2012
camo gurl wrote:
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cause its fun as f*ck thats why you should try it some time.
the little girl looked up her momms dress and said mom what is that her mom said thats my squirrel honey then she went and looked up her grannys dress and said granny what is that her granny said thats my squirrel honey then the little girl ran back to her mom and said mommy how come yours is brown and grannys is grey her mom said hers has cracked more nuts than mine

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