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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 7/29/2001 12:38:04 PM EDT
My favorite is bobwhite quail,fried of course.A close second is Cannel Catfish,with homemade slaw and hushpuppies.Ilove it man!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:41:56 PM EDT
albacore tuna that was latter smoked by my dad,even taken it out to a couple of group shoots.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:48:13 PM EDT
Grouper or shrimp grilled or fried.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:51:36 PM EDT
I don't think there is just one thing. I like gator tail, wild hog, rabbit, Squirrel and pretty much anything that runs(or flys)through the backyard.[sniper]
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:52:40 PM EDT
Oh yeeaahh, araddict, thats good stuff !!! Around here we whave gambels quail(very tasty) I also love catfish and trout...mmmmmmmm gotta love southern cookin !!! cant forget seafood either, clams,crab,lobster,halibut etc,etc, gotta run, gettin hungry !!! [x]
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:55:42 PM EDT
i once, accidentally, shot some twinkies. there was alot of tissue damage, but they tasted excellent.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 12:58:49 PM EDT
A woman!!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:07:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By mtnpatriot: A woman!!
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i hope you mean that you caught the woman. (not shot the woman)
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:07:11 PM EDT
A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:11:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By araddict: The best tasting thing youve ever caught
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Well, hate to brag......but.....There was this waitress that worked at this bar I use to frequent. Baxters in Irvine(closed down long ago) Lil hot looking college chick. Blonde about 5'4" Oh man was she good. But the havelina me and my brother bagged was pretty good too.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:24:36 PM EDT
Originally Posted By lordtrader: But the havelina me and my brother bagged was pretty good too.
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I hope you mean SHOT!!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:24:44 PM EDT
Got a pond 100yds from my house stocked full with Channel Cats. I can run down and grab some anytime I want. Damn the taste good...[:P]
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:49:21 PM EDT
By Hook: Bluegills, Perch, Walleyes. By bullet: Ruffed Grouse & Pheasant. I also love to eat the seafood mentioned in earlier posts but being from MI I cannot say that I have ever caught them my self. Tuco
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 1:53:44 PM EDT
Tuco are you the TUCO from mosin-nagant.net??
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 2:21:02 PM EDT
Venison tender loins (the inside ones, what do you call them?) done on a charcoal grill medium rare.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 2:26:55 PM EDT
Iowa pheasants, Canadian walleye, White tail tender loins(yearlings are the best).
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 2:28:51 PM EDT
Venison......butterfly steaks....
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 2:39:17 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/29/2001 2:35:29 PM EDT by lordtrader]
Originally Posted By mtnpatriot: I hope you mean SHOT!!
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He shot and cooked it. I bagged, tagged. and dragged it. I don't get kinky like that.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 2:41:16 PM EDT
The only answers i would disagree with would be possum,carp or hooker!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 3:20:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By lordtrader: I don't get kinky like that.
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Just wanted to make sure. You've been making quite a few remarks about [i]"Barely Legal" [/i]lately. [;)]
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 3:26:55 PM EDT
anything you catch or kill is gonna taste better. phesants are really good, but THE BEST.................................................................................................................. dove. man those little things are good. if you get teh chance, go shoot some. its illeagle here in iowa, but to hell with that anyway. man their good. thiers a million diffrent ways to cook um. so if you can, go dove hunting, bring LOTS of ammo, and i hope your a good shot.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 3:34:58 PM EDT
mattsd,i love doves too man.Easy to clean,just peel the breast.Have you ever fried them with bacon?Freakin deelishious!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 3:58:50 PM EDT
The benefits of living in Alaska.....Dall Sheep ribs over a evening campfire on McColl Ridge in the Wrangell Mountains. A time when the first snow laced the highest peaks...overcast with fall in the air. The mountainsides red with blueberry leaves, yellow cottonwood and aspen in the valleys. Listening to the horses whinny at the scent of a bear. A glass of red wine before and cowboy coffee for desert....rejoicing in all the good food and grandeur of the country. You ought to go if you ever get the chance!!!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:06:25 PM EDT
My wife. And she put up a fight!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:21:31 PM EDT
Deer heart and liver,the night of the kill fried up with some Bacon and onions and served with potatoes O'Brien,cornbread and ice cold beer.Mmmm...good stuff.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:30:21 PM EDT
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 4:34:59 PM EDT
What was best,his balls or pancreas?
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:08:50 PM EDT
ALLRIGHT! Bear steaks all around! I ate a turtle that was mighty tasty! It was on my second day without eating! But that was my fault (the 4 P's)= piss poor prior planning! :-) TF
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:20:23 PM EDT
Catfish, squirrel, rabbit, venison{just got a summer sausage out of the freezer}, groundhog. OlDad
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:36:36 PM EDT
Largemouth Bass Fresh gulf shrimp.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:39:21 PM EDT
When I was a kid we used to catch buckets of crawdads. Thems good eatin'. Second best was these catfish we caught once. Fried 'em up southern style. Most tasty thing I ever shot was a pheasant. We cooked it whole in a fire with rocks, and then peeled the feathers off like a corn husk. Yummy.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 5:41:02 PM EDT
The very best was pheasant followed by venison in the dutch oven and lastly fresh salmon from the Washington coast.
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 7:19:49 PM EDT
1) Ruffed grouse breasts fried in butter or margarine. They melt in your mouth. 2) Bluegills scaled, still in skin, fried. 3) Bullheads skinned and fried. 4) Fresh Whitetail liver, fried shortly after it was shot. 5) Fresh Whitetail inner tenderloins especially from a yearling. 6) Canvasback duck 7) White fronted goose 8) Walleye
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 7:28:36 PM EDT
9) Doves 10) Frog legs
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 7:32:54 PM EDT
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Hey Greaper I have never tried Whitetail liver, does it compare to beef liver? How do you prepare it?
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 8:53:53 PM EDT
Oysters plucked straight out of Black Bay Louisiana from my fathers fishing boat. Cannot get any fresher. BBQ'ed redfish with the skin on. Mmmmmm...
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 10:05:46 PM EDT
Walleyes, anyone??
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 10:13:57 PM EDT
Wing? Dove. Fin? Snook in Saltwater Walleye in Fresh Field? Plain 'ole Venison. Mmmmmmmmm MMMM!!!
Link Posted: 7/29/2001 10:34:38 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/29/2001 10:37:29 PM EDT by Tate]
Well, greaper hit a few on my list.... Confederate - yes - whitetail liver compares to beef liver - not the exact same flavor, but similar. Prepare the same as beef - slice about 3/8" thick, flour it and fry it. I add a little garlic salt to the flour. Sauteed garlic and onions on the side - yummmm! 1. bluegills, skin on - crisp on the outside, flaky on the inside 2. crappie - white or black - fried or blackened 3. whitetail inner loin or backstrap very quickly seared in butter, salt and pepper 4. wild turkey pot pie 5. dove breast grilled with a little bbq sauce, jalapeno half, and onion slice 6. ferral hog bbq (best bbq I've ever had) 7. my *own* venison chili (I guess part of the thrill here is that I don't use a mix or a recipe from someone else and - hey - this shit tastes like chili!! - and it's tastes great!!) 8. whitetail liver w/onions and garlic Tate
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 3:41:48 PM EDT
Posted by Confederate Hey Greaper I have never tried Whitetail liver, does it compare to beef liver? How do you prepare it? Posted by Tate Confederate - yes - whitetail liver compares to beef liver - not the exact same flavor, but similar. Prepare the same as beef - slice about 3/8" thick, flour it and fry it. I add a little garlic salt to the flour. Sauteed garlic and onions on the side - yummmm! Greapers response, Yes, I slice it thin and flour it with a little salt and pepper added and fry on low heat. Sauteed onions on the side. It seems to me that grain fed whitetail deer have a more milder tasting liver (still different from beef though). Other deer that do not have the grains in their diets seem to have a more stronger tasting liver.
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 4:32:50 PM EDT
Slow roasted northern michigan wild turkey.Even better than pheasant.
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 4:42:28 PM EDT
Fresh venison tenderloins are almost at the top of my list. The only thing I like better is wild boar - a big hunk of back strap cooked slowly on the barbeque....MMmmmmm.. Damn them's good vittles!!
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 4:57:14 PM EDT
Mmmmmm All the good grazeing! Moose mignon with salt, pepper and garlic,on a stick roasted over a fire in Alaska, 15 miles from the nearest road!(which was the Taylor Highway, from TOK to Chicken< a 60 mph dirt road) Ahi and Aku (Tuna) sashimi, caught off of Kauai, sometimes made into a taty salad the locals call "Poke" (Poh kay) Mmmmmm nothing like raw fish, chased with large quantities of ice cold Budweiser! White Tail Venison steaks, country fried(Pounded, salt pepper garlic, floured and quick fried) We prefer the taste of eastern washington does to the bucks, although everyone likes antlers! Welsh Minge......... for the cunning linguists amongst us!
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 5:06:03 PM EDT
Originally Posted By mattsd: anything you catch or kill is gonna taste better. phesants are really good, but THE BEST.................................................................................................................. dove. man those little things are good. if you get teh chance, go shoot some. its illeagle here in iowa, but to hell with that anyway. man their good. thiers a million diffrent ways to cook um. so if you can, go dove hunting, bring LOTS of ammo, and i hope your a good shot.
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They're one of the few birds that DON"T taste like chicken. They taste like steak! Mmmmmmmmm! Good!
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 5:08:52 PM EDT
Originally Posted By sluggolbc: albacore tuna that was latter smoked by my dad,even taken it out to a couple of group shoots.
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I caught about 20 of those and some blue fin tuna, out in the Hudson Canyon last summer. Cut up a bunch of nice steaks, marinated them for about a half hour in Italian dressing, and grilled them, 30 seconds each side. Man were they freekin delicious! Sold the rest to a couple of local restaurants. It paid for the trip! [:)]
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Link Posted: 7/30/2001 5:27:04 PM EDT
Uh My wife of 25 years Still sweet as honey To my bride,Jackson Love you lots, Chuck
Link Posted: 7/30/2001 5:33:13 PM EDT
And you guys have to remember I bring in a Buck,1-2 does,a pig,and a turkey EVERY year here in AR It is still hot as HELL here this year Maybe I am just getting to be old and a pussy
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