What's your favorite game meat?

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  1. Dskiper

    Dskiper Well-Known Member

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    Hi hunters! I've had them all I think! Once in a elk camp, we had bighorn sheep,puma loin(great!)buffalo,deer,&antelope.What a cook he was! My favorites are moose potroast or grilled caribou steak.
     
  2. AJ Peacock

    AJ Peacock Well-Known Member

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    Good Venison loin is tough to beat. But so is Bobcat cooked fresh over a cedar fire with a little salt on it!

    AJ
     

  3. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    Well I have not had them al but most and I tend to favor ELK hands down!

    Woodchuck legs in BBQ sauce on the grill ant bad eaither
     
  4. zuba

    zuba Well-Known Member

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    Mines got to be Venison or phesant... unless your talking fish, then it's smelt or walleye cheeks :)
     
  5. 338 LEGEND

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    I would have to say elk, hard to beat a roast.
     
  6. britz

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    Does Black angus count if you shoot it to butcher?? just kidding. Pheasant breast, Venison loin. Turtle is pretty good too
     
  7. dogdinger

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    I have found that the flavor of game meat can be decided by a simple formula: The amount of miles hiked X the altitude at which hiking occurred multiplied by the number of trips to pack out said critter divided by the square root of the distance of the shot that was made. But then you also have to factor in the company in which it is consumed, the length of the story about the hunt, and the amount of bourbon left in the bottle the next day.

    With that formula i decided that rocky Mtn bighorn or Dall sheep is the finest meat ever made. AJ
     
  8. AJ Peacock

    AJ Peacock Well-Known Member

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    +1, I like your formula.

    AJ
     
  9. RemingtonMagnum

    RemingtonMagnum Well-Known Member

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    i like it all! im hungry!
     
  10. nathank

    nathank Well-Known Member

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    Moose is the best by far I think
     
  11. MachV

    MachV Well-Known Member

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    Best I ever had was a small fall black bear otherwise I'm not a big fan of wild game..I eat it but dang it hard to beat beef :D
     
  12. Buffalobob

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    It is really hard to beat bobwhite quail. The saddle of a young of the year eastern cottontail from a clover or alfalfa patch is good, the western ones eat too much sage brush. For hoofed game, buffalo is mild but stringy and there is a lot of it so you had better like it.
     
  13. JEREMY logan

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    I have had duck, white tail ,muley,elk and to boot farm raised hog sugar cured ham man i'm gettin hungry..... MY VOTE IS ELK THE BEST WILD GAME MEAT EVER!!!!:D
     
  14. outofayr

    outofayr Well-Known Member

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    The tastiest I've had is nilgai. We had filets wrapped in bacon, and it was almost better than a beef steak! The other cuts had great flavor, too.