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Old January 8, 2012, 12:19 PM   #7
Jo6pak
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In 25 years of bunny hunting in WI, I have found that rabbits shot later in the season, when the temps are colder, do taste better. Not really sure if it's a subjective thing.

I would assume that rabbits down under would have a better chance of having worms and such as the temperatures remain warmer year around.

As for tularemia... I define "rabbit fever" as the uncontrollable urge to get up early on a frigid morning, leaving the warmth of a comfy bed, to tromp up and down hills through thick brush in the hopes of getting a shot at a long-eared rodent.
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