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    What wild game have you eaten?

    Just curious to see the different types of wild game you guys have eaten and what's your favorite? As for me, my list so far is rather short: venison, bison, boar, duck,dove,goose,grouse, pheasant, rabbit and elk. Loved them all, but bacon wrapped backstraps and bacon wrapped goose kabobs are my favorite along with elk. I'm hoping to here some odd ones, like coon or opposum, stewed bats anything!!
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    I think I ate about every critter in the USA,( even a few things from over sea''s) from snakes to sheep, goats, deer , bear,elk, moose,caribou, Buffalo, boar/hog/pigs, turkey, grouse, pheasants, woodcock, groundhogs, crow, huns, ducks geese, swans, and all the normal stuff in small game, and a ton of fish species



    I think I can say I tried about it all over the yrs, betwen what I killed and friends have , nothing I can think of I haven't tried

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbb View Post
    I think I ate about every critter in the USA,( even a few things from over sea''s) from snakes to sheep, goats, deer , bear,elk, moose,caribou, Buffalo, boar/hog/pigs, turkey, grouse, pheasants, woodcock, groundhogs, crow, huns, ducks geese, swans, and all the normal stuff in small game, and a ton of fish species



    I think I can say I tried about it all over the yrs, betwen what I killed and friends have , nothing I can think of I haven't tried
    Ok........ but what's your favorite?
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    I think thats a tuf one

    many were very good and how they were made

    so pending that any of a few could be #1

    But I will call Moose as my fav on Big game
    then elk and
    either deer or pronghorn or caribou next!

    but to me I think how its handled after its kiled and then cooked really makes the difference on how good or bad it it

    And maybe Pheasants on upland game, killed and ate a Ton of them over the yrs

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    Hmmm...Some of the things eaten!! Deer, Moose, Elk, Black Snake, Turtle, Frogs, Groundhog, Opposum, Raccoon, Termite Larvae, and they tasted like Hazel nuts, many differant fish species. Buffalo,pheasant, and quail. And last but not least.......Beaver :0 lol Seeker

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    Deer, elk, moose, black bear, alligator, rattlesnake, mule deer, pronghorn, turkey, wild boar, dove, quail, duck, goose. Unfortunately most of it was at a "moose lodge" of sorts end of year banquet when I was 11 or 12 and don't remember it. So I'll go with deer as my favorite, LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeker Bp View Post
    Hmmm...Black Snake, Seeker
    Now that's a weird one!!! How/why/when and was it good?
    Enjoy your hunt- the long sit......... the cold.......the rain and snow......the peace and quiet, it may just be your last hunt........... you never know.

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    Rabbit, frog legs and snapping turtle, alligator, moose, duck, quail, crawdads, etc. My favorite is still wild rabbit with gravey or a shore lunch of fresh walley and lake trout.
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    My grandfather was a snake eater. Northern Black snake was his favorite. Always in a soup. Not really sure the prep work. He was a man that believed in no waste. ate many things as a young man, maybe dont even want to know what some things were, but he taught me that I wont starve from being to picky. Turtle is probably my favorite of all. Seeker
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    i ate muktuk in barrow alaska its boiled whale skin and fat a little salt and ketchup its the strongest piece of fish youll ever eat!!!!

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