questions about hunting (bull)frogs
i'm currently back in korea which is more and more feeling like a second home to me. spring is in full go already and frogs croaking everywhere in the rice paddies and irrigation channnels. several times recently i heard a rather unusual croak and yesterday my guess got confirmed when i saw some HUGE amphibians in a nearby creek: bullfrogs. as they are NOT native and do a lot of damage to wildlife outside their native habitat i'm toying with the idea of getting some of the critters(my korean co-workers/friends told me that they are considered a pest here and nobody bothers if you dispatch them!) for the pot. from what i gather so far the usual method to hunt frogs is at dusk/nighttime with a multi-pronged spear; often using a torch as well. are there any other ways to hunt them- traps for instance? and how do you kill them quick and humanely once you speared them- just cut their throat? and how do you butcher them? and what would be the best way to cook them?
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