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Anything tastes great as

Anything tastes great as jerky. Hell I mix deer elk and beef together and make some killer snacks for hunting(if it makes it to hunting season that is)Hello

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I'm a carivor, if its red and

I'm a carivor, if its red and meat i like it if its cooked properly.

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Elk tenderloins the day of the harvest cooked over a fire is hard to beat. Cow or Bull, it doesn't matter. I don't understand it when someone tells me that a young cow tastes better than a old Bull. Take care of the meat and it's all 100% awesome.

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Uh-oh... made me drool on the keyboard there, LOL.

C'mon October...

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meat by age

bigalwapiti wrote:

Elk tenderloins the day of the harvest cooked over a fire is hard to beat. Cow or Bull, it doesn't matter. I don't understand it when someone tells me that a young cow tastes better than a old Bull. Take care of the meat and it's all 100% awesome.

I can definitely tell the difference between a worn-out, post-rut bull and a yound cow. My bro-in-law's giant bull was the toughest game meat I've ever had. Same story with the two other big bulls that I have eaten off of. And the meat from all three was handled perfectly. I've never tasted a young cow that was anything like that. Don't get me wrong... I'll still eat the meat off a bigun.

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yea come on October!!!

yea come on October!!! Dancing

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elk backstrap skewered and

elk backstrap skewered and wrapped in bacon over the grill is pretty darn hard to beat.  I love just about all wild game though, pheasant, grouse, whitetail....they're all good!

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Elk for me

Elk for me

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WhiteTail,had sum

WhiteTail,had sum TenderLoin's last nite....FrawLeg'z R second,then Speck's.....

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I guess I'm going to have to

I guess I'm going to have to grill me some whitetail backstraps on the grill tomorrow night!!!!!

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