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hey anybody ever try eating a merganser?
weve never cared cuz there big divers but just wondering
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Yea the only way to go though is to take them to your local meet place and get sausage made out of ur ducks...thats not only for divers though that is for any duck u want. that sausage is simpily amazing
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i send it in to the meat place for pepperstick ...... really good snack
might as well start callin me the pit man
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up here in montana there are a lot of mergansers that fly along the river they taaste great if you fillet the breast and cook them in butter and salt/pepper.
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