Re: Worthless meathunter
Best 'off beat' wild game I ever ate. I was helping a couple guys find some Mule Deer in Eastern Utah.
We had spotted a nice 4x4 (28"+) and we got all setup. I worked my way around the point to move him so one of the guys could get a shot. I was about half way around the point and BANG! Great, one down, one to go.
I get over there and here he is with a Bobcat!, he said "Sure I saw the buck, but I couldn't pass up the Bobcat".
Well the other feller had spent his childhood in Mexico and said "Get it skinned, we'll eat it for dinner." I skinned it up for the shooter (he wanted to get it tanned). I quartered it up like you would a chicken and we cooked it over a cedar fire. Each quarter skewered on a stick with a little salt. I'm telling you, my mouth is watering right now just remembering it (and it was nearly 25 years ago). It was without a doubt the finest camp meat I've EVER had. Better than quail, chukar, Venison fillet etc. The meat was very white and tasted like the finest grouse dinner you can imagine. I've been told young mountain lion is good as well.
If some is good and more is better, then too much is just right.
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