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  • Opinion: What is the best tasting game meat?

    Opinion: What is the best tasting game meat?

  • #2
    Elk steak, stew. burger. chili. sausage or any other way.

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    • #3
      1. Venison (elk, deer, etc...)
      2. Quail
      3. King (chinook) salmon
      4. Crappie
      Not necessarily in that order.
      My preferences, anyway!

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      • #4
        What your buddy missed and you shot ;-)

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        • #5
          1.Grouse
          2.Woodcock
          3.Gator back Strap & Bits
          4.Venison (young Doe)
          5.Cajan Stile Cat Fish
          6.A good NY stile Pizza

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          • #6
            Elk and Moose!

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            • #7
              Pheasant or Stripped Bass but a miss identified Black Angus Steer is also appreciated in a pinch.

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              • #8
                Moose
                Quail
                Turkey (sandwiches)
                Salt water fish--pompano, cobia, triggerfish, snapper, grouper, sheepshead, tripletail, etc.
                Bluegill
                Dove

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                • #9
                  Venison or almost anything else you can get in the frying pan.

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                  • #10
                    I've had moose that was very good and some that was very bad.
                    Dall's sheep was tasty but tough.
                    No doubt Sitka Blacktail is the best venison compared to Mulie and White tail.
                    But my favorite of all is a nice fat doe Pronghorn, delicious meat.
                    Best fish is a three way tie between smoked King Salmon jerky (called squaw candy in AK Ling Cod and Walleye. Crappie filets get honorable mention.

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                    • #11
                      Dove, walleye & crappie are my top 3 (although venison is a staple and beloved as well)

                      I look forward to trying elk and moose that have fallen by my own bullet/broadhead

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                      • #12
                        Hands down, skillet fried cottontail rabbit w/ biscuits & gravy.

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                        • #13
                          Catfish, marinated Cajun style.
                          Fresh seasoned pork sausages.
                          Fried gator bites.

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                          • #14
                            Antelope that was well handled and processed. Next would be quail.

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                            • #15
                              In my younger years (early 70's), I attended a "Wild Game Dinner" at the Original Noack Bar & Grill in Noack, Texas
                              A family of brothers (apparently wealthy!) would go hunting across Canada, Alaska, Mexico and the Continental U.S.!
                              In the spring, they would have this "dinner" and the whole countryside turned out!
                              I can't think of a game animal that wasn't "present"!
                              All the "ungulates" were present. Fried rattlesnake, fish, quail, dove, duck and everything in between!
                              I was able to attend two years in a row.
                              It's been sooooo long, I have NO idea just how many different "game" animals I've "tasted" nor how they tasted! Just remember everything was good!

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