OR -- Put it in the glove compartment, mailbox, etc of someone you dont like!What to do with a squirrel or chipmunk that you just shot in backyard?
use em as crab bait, it really worksWhat to do with a squirrel or chipmunk that you just shot in backyard?
Dress out the squirrel and make a pot pie. 2 gray squirrels or 4 reds make one pie. Very tasty.
Use the chipmunk for musky bait.
I grab them by the tail and throw them over the property line into the woods.
Fisher cats will eat them.
Leave em somewhere where a fox/coyote can find it. We have an old stump in the woods. Keeps the foxes happy and out of the trash.
Either bury it or throw it in the trash. If you live in an incorporated area, you had better check to see if you can legally shoot a gun or any weapon within that incorporated area. In mose incorporated areas, it is illegal to fire a gun and in many it is even illegal to shoot a bow (schools, YMCAs, etc. are usually excluded). Be sure you are legal or you could end up with a stiff fine and possibly loose your gun.
Take their dog tags and bury 'em in a shallow grave.
You shot it, you clean it and eat it. Of course, we all know the chances of that are next to nothing. That's the difference between ';hunting'; and ';teenager git with a bb gun looking to kill something for fun';. Show us which category you fit into?
chum for catfishin!