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The best squirrel hunting in the eastern section of the state is usually in the swamps or lowlands by rivers and streams. Squirrels are much more plentiful in those areas. One of the best places for local hunters is â€œTickbite.â€ Located in northern Lenoir County near Grifton, \"Tickbite\" is a maze of trees with wet ground beneath them. Chauncey discusses hunting techniques, including never shooting the first squirrel that appears and keeping the gun's safety on until immediately before shooting at a squirrel.
Frog legs are considered a delicacy among some individuals. Chauncey describes the equipment needed to hunt them, where to start searching for frogs, hunting at night, and how to prepare the meal.