Thanks for the locations.
Years ago, back in 1980, my dad took my brothers and me hunting for jacks on the west side of Utah Lake. It was just a couple days after Christmas. Anyhow, the rabbits were pretty thick. My little brother was with me and was was helping me carry the rabbits I had shot. Pretty soon we had several. My dad came over and asked us why we were carrying them. We said so we could eat them. He explained that Jacks weren't good for eating. "Why are we shooting them?" we asked. He looked at us and said that was a good question. I think that was the last time he took us hunting for Jacks. A couple years later, I read an Outdoor Life article that had several recipes for Jack rabbit. Never did have the chance to try them out though. lol.
The snowshoe hares in Alaska are pretty tasty. Looking forward to some cotton tail and perhaps some snowshoes, if I can find some.