Buffalo Wings - DennySturgisJr

Shot a beautiful tom with my Cape buffalo bow and arrows. It was a great day to be out there. Totally changed my set up. I dropped down to a 78# PLX and went with 250 dangerous game full metal jackets. 250 grain heads puts the arrow weight at 870 grains. I used a Woodsman head for the turkey, but will use a Zwickey for the buff.Toby took down the weight on one of my old longbows to match and I have a pair to take to Africa.

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Lefty
April 26th, 2014 02:04:16pm

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Congrats, that's a nice Tom. When is your Buff hunt? That should be an adventure .

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Buckshotap
April 26th, 2014 05:04:37pm

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You look happy! Nice bird. I'd say your set up will drop turkeys. Was there any meat left after you blew him away?

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DennySturgisJr
April 27th, 2014 01:04:38pm

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Buckshotap, yes there was some left. It smells good too. :)

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Buckshotap
April 27th, 2014 06:04:41pm

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Lucky rascal! I had to eat venison.

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Buckshotap
April 27th, 2014 06:04:32pm

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If Toby would get on the ball & get my new PSRX finished & shipped to arrive by this Wed., maybe I would have some luck! I ordered it earlier this week. Shouldn't be a problem??

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Sandman
April 27th, 2014 09:04:18pm
Good shooting Denny,I bet that bird didn't know what hit him.I bet your getting jacked up for Africa!

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DennySturgisJr
April 28th, 2014 06:04:40am

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Thanks Sandman! Yes I can't wait. Buckshotap, Seems like Tob could speed things up some. :) Here is my special recipe if anyone is interested: I breasted the tom and soaked it in salt water for about 4 hours in the fridge. Then rinsed it and chunked it into golf ball sized or smaller chunks and marinated over night with soy and worcheshire sauce in fridge. Drain and dump in crockpot coated with Pam. Add diced onions, roasted garlic and steak seasonings, and 1 small can tomato paste. I cooked it on high for 8 hours and served over mashed potatoes. Side were green beans and edamame. Marie had it on a bun like barbecue later and said it was good also.

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Buckshotap
April 28th, 2014 07:04:22am

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Yum Yum! I've got to try that. May have to use tame turkey. We'll see. Thanks for taking time to share it. I like to try new recipes for wild game. However, it is hard to beat fried turkey rolled in flour & fried potatoes, gravy & biscuits!! No wonder I can't loose any weight.

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DennyK
May 2nd, 2014 12:05:27pm

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Denny-Thanks for the recipe. Hopefully it will come in handy, My season starts May 5. Thanks for sharing and good shooting on your bird!

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Buckshotap
May 2nd, 2014 05:05:36pm

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Got that recipe on the frig door. Waiting on the turkey! All this next week looks like good weather here in SEMO. If they will just keep gobbling the way they have been & the hens start nesting, may get good.

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Gary B.
May 5th, 2014 06:05:30am
Denny congrats on your tom your dad & I are still after them in IN. we will go down swinging or connect.

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