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Old September 3rd, 2014, 04:18 PM
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I agree with his statement on bear, yuck. Not only does it taste horrible but can be poisoned mandating checks by FWP here in MT before any butchered.
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Old September 3rd, 2014, 04:32 PM
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Elk and Deer Bow season started last weekend. I am heading up the hill near Oak Creek on Sunday thru Thursday. I also have a Bear tag this year. We see a lot of Bears in our area. Has anybody eaten Bear? Or is this a grind and summer sausage situation?
bear is not a great eating meat! Like others have mentioned, very tough texturally, flavor profile harsh gamey! all my years I kitchens I have never come across a good bear recipe or finished product.

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Old September 3rd, 2014, 06:32 PM
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However, bear fat is the shizzle for baking recipes. Great for pie crusts...
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Old September 3rd, 2014, 06:38 PM
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Looks like I will have to hold out for a big one and make a rug.... I wonder if I could recover my seats with Bear hide...
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Looks like I will have to hold out for a big one and make a rug.... I wonder if I could recover my seats with Bear hide...
Elk hide would be great!

I drew a Rifle Elk tag and Rifle Antelope tag in Wyoming.
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Old September 5th, 2014, 11:46 AM
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However, bear fat is the shizzle for baking recipes. Great for pie crusts...
Some how I never pictured you as the baking home body! just sayin...
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Old September 5th, 2014, 12:10 PM
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However, bear fat is the shizzle for baking recipes. Great for pie crusts...

When I got my Grizz the fat smelled like rotten Salmon....
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Old September 5th, 2014, 03:01 PM
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Elk and Deer Bow season started last weekend. I am heading up the hill near Oak Creek on Sunday thru Thursday. I also have a Bear tag this year. We see a lot of Bears in our area. Has anybody eaten Bear? Or is this a grind and summer sausage situation?
I enjoy a good bear roast but have made it into a smoked sausage before, too. I get a tag most years for the area around home in case we have a problem bear. I've only eaten black bear raised on acorns and berries/chokecherries.
We're hunting the last week of archery elk down in 67 then antelope in October and late plains deer in December.
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Old September 12th, 2014, 05:44 PM
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Good first weekend

We had a good first weekend. I was able to get a Bear. A wall hanging rug is in process. The meat is being ground into different types of sausages.

My hunting partner's father who is 75 years old got a 5x5 Bull. The cool part of the story is that the father used to hunt this area and 37 years ago he got a 5x5 Bull from the exact same wallow. It is very difficult terrain and we have to backpack in. At this point he is unlikely to come back because it is getting harder on him. However, what a way to end a hunting trip for him. He will still continue to hunt his land in Vermont and West Virginia though.
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Second the motion. Good job Tom.....
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Had a good hunt in Wyoming.
Where in Wyoming were you? I was there for a week. Left yesterday!
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Where in Wyoming were you? I was there for a week. Left yesterday!
South of Jackson hole. I pm'ed you a while back
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Old September 30th, 2014, 02:03 PM
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Had a good hunt in Wyoming.
Nice work! Shoot a Park elk? :p. Looks like you're going to have it mounted?
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Nice work! Shoot a Park elk? :p. Looks like you're going to have it mounted?
Yeah it is getting mounted. Not sure where it will hang as of yet. Public land general area, just dumb lucky.
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Yeah it is getting mounted. Not sure where it will hang as of yet. Public land general area, just dumb lucky.
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