Wambli Ska wrote: »
Once again, please refrain from cutting short any baseless totally emotional arguments with facts. It leads to boring, completely objective conversations well beyond the comprehension ability of many.
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
Jayhawker wrote: »
You can get around that by using "Peccary" instead....
Fisheadgib wrote: »
The whole "camp meat" concept for me varried according to where I was and who I was hunting with. When I was a kid hunting in Wisconsin, we would eat the heart and liver on the day of a kill but aside from field dressing, the deer had to stay intact until it reached it's final destination so venison camp meat was out but we did eat quite a bit of rabbit and squirrel. When I hunted in Texas, everyone I hunted with took their deer to a processor and didn't eat any game at camp. In Alabama, only bucks get tagged and you can shoot a doe every day and there are no restrictions on cutting up a deer at camp so chicken fried backstrap was a common dinner entree. In Florida, I hunt from home so there is no "camp".
MileHighShooter wrote: »
Now for freshly killed game, tagged, eaten right away...well nothing will beat the tenderloins jbohio cooked up. That was melt in the mouth stuff right there. And after the day we had getting that SOB off the mountain, he tasted extra good just out of spite
jbohio wrote: »
And yes, it certainly was an adventure getting him off the mountain!:silly:
Good thing Scott had that sled! Or was it?