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Yeah me too, I wanna know what it being served.I don't like when people don't tell me what something is. Like jerky.Some animals have parasites & infections. Heard of any animal related viruses lately? :wink2:
Joann, the only time to hunt frogs is at night, with no moon. If a frog sees you, they are gone. It is really easy to pick a frog up by hand. Keep the bright light on the frog, don't let your hands or feet get into the light at all or the frog will be gone. Ease in close to the frog, then quickly just grab him, I always had better luck grabbing in a swinging motion instead of reach and grab. You have to be quite also, they are skittish.Yeah me too, I wanna know what it being served.
I made frog legs once, didn’t eat them just cooked them.
We have bull frogs in our pond right now, one is so loud you can
hear him from a block away...he sounds like a real bull!
Big Jim, do you hunt them at night with a flash light? The head
groundskeeper goes out every night with a flashlight to check on the
bull frogs...They lay around in the shallow section catching all kinds
of insects at night.
We had a female bull frog one year that was tame,
We wrote a story about it, I’ll find the story for you...
It's gigging. Basically spearing a frog using something like this - https://www.agrisupply.com/frog-gig...7yGsPDaqFtJlsWKd8k_3Xx_AvrBmbN9waAtqSEALw_wcBWhat’s giggling?
oh my, that’s awful, how sad...I sound like a vegan, don’t I? :surprise:
Most of those gigs are too thick, you need slim tongs. The large tongs will just shove the frog back into the mud, where the smaller thin tonged gigs will penetrate.It's gigging. Basically spearing a frog using something like this - https://www.agrisupply.com/frog-gig...7yGsPDaqFtJlsWKd8k_3Xx_AvrBmbN9waAtqSEALw_wcB