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My boys are hitting me up to take them duck hunting at their Grandpa's lake...... Can anyone fill me in on how to clean one?
 

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kind of counting your ducks before they are dead ain't ya:rof2:


here is my directions for puddlers, make a smal slit in the skin in the center of the breast. remove skin away from breast meat, take a sharp knife and remove breast. take a trash bag of your choosing, insert duck without breast. wash breast, soak in water for a couple days changing out water twice a day and freeze. when ready eat.

for divers do the same and when froze, give to the mother in law to cook up and devour.
 

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Yep just breast them out about like you would a turkey.
 

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Originally posted by wingmaninmo

for divers do the same and when froze, give to the mother in law to cook up and devour.
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Originally posted by hodawg
It is better to be prepared then to be un-prepared....
true dat, good luck
 

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He said CLEANING!

Just take em in the shower with ya, that's what Money Maker does.....
 

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Thought MMs fetish was cheekins.:eek:
 

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1) pluck stomach feathers
2) cut along breast bone all the way down on the left, and right, cutting it as you would cut the breast of a turkey off.

make sure you get the little tender strips!
 

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Thanks for the help guys. I've always taught my boys that if they are going to shoot something, they have to eat it or at least clean it and give it to someone who will eat it. I'm not a fan of duck meat at all, but want them to try it and make their own decisions. Thanks again for the advice - hopefully we'll have some pics to share soon!
 

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Sorry leasburg - we're thinking about making this a family tradition. A christmas eve duck/goose hunt on Grandpa's lake...

Grandpa hasn't let anyone duck hunt there at all, so we'll see what happens. Hope it's not frozen up by Wednesday...
 
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