Ringnecks

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by duckboy32, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. duckboy32

    duckboy32 Well-Known Member

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    Does anyboy eat ringnecks?
     
  2. duckboy32

    duckboy32 Well-Known Member

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    how do you post pictures on here?
     

  3. shiftymcfive01

    shiftymcfive01 Super Member<br>2011 Turkey Contest Winner<br>2013

    if the picture is you eating a ringneck please don't post it
     
  4. birdman24

    birdman24 Well-Known Member

    yeah no kidding..

    they are a diver so they are going to be tougher than your puddlers. you find that out real quick when you clean them mixed in with mallards, teal, woodies, etc. i dont eat ringnecks, but i got several people that i give my ringnecks, buffleheads, redheads, etc., to that loveeee them!!
     
  5. duckboy32

    duckboy32 Well-Known Member

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    i like redheads and canvasbacks. they eat aquatic grasses, not fish. same with the ring necks. ive eaten them before but i didnt rember much about them
     
  6. mattison3

    mattison3 Active Member

    nothing wrong with them in a gumbo or wrapped in bacon with a jalapeno and blue cheese in the middle.
     
  7. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

    Their a pain in the neck to clean, but if I kill it then I'm cleaning and eating it..
     
  8. Bryan Manning

    Bryan Manning Well-Known Member

    I'm with coon they are a pain to clean but when you get right down to it they taste the same. Besides most of the ways I cook my duck it's either marrinated for a day or it's in gumbo so you won't know the difference.
     
  9. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

    Or I feed it to the inlaws:fit::fit:
     
  10. trophy_Hunter_22

    trophy_Hunter_22 Well-Known Member

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    alot of fun to kill but not alot of fun to clean or eat... sure makes this guy happy i give them too though...
     
  11. snydedawg

    snydedawg Well-Known Member

    Grilled or chopped up oin gumbo or jambalaya and they eat real good!!!

    Like was noted they a pain to clean... that hide is tough... but the meat eats about like liver to me. Not my favorite but nothing I'm gonna toss away or pass on shooting either.
     
  12. Bryan Manning

    Bryan Manning Well-Known Member

    Actually just made some for my inlaws the other day.:fit: They loved it.:fit::fit:
     
  13. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

    Hey when they don't know any better it ain't hurting anything:whistle:
     
  14. duckboy32

    duckboy32 Well-Known Member

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    they are one of the toughest to clean for sure! i like the ease of teal, mallards and gadwall. woodies are a little tough too