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WESTBROOK
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Congrats on a successful hunt guys!

Thanks for not killin'em all as I'm headed that way the last week of April.

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Congrats on the Pork. some nice ones there!

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Red Beastmaster
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Well, one thing I'm not is a butcher! LOL

The last two evenings my wife and I cut up my hog. Not a clue what we were doing but we got a whole lot of freezer bags full of good looking pork. And at Thom's urging I had Charlie pack the ribs. Can't wait to try them with Thom's recipe.

I have one shoulder saved for Ray Hammond's famous pulled pork. I've been making it for years with great results. Can't wait!

Now, to all you hog hunters, since wild pork is so lean, do I have to cook it differently than farm raised? Rays recipe calls for the shoulder to bake for 7 hours at 275 degrees. That seems long for the lean meat I just stuck in the freezer.

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keng
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if your going to pull it, cook until internal temp is 200 degrees. check inside, against the bone. It would be cooked at 175, but they pull a lot easier at 200
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Way to go Dave & Bob! You've been telling us you've been going hog hunting for years, but I figured that was just a cover-up and the tribe was actually recruiting 'Sheetz-hogs' on spring break!

Congrats and glad y'all had another great trip. I'm taking the bow for a little walk tomorrow afternoon on a short hunting/scouting trip for our upcoming East TX Hog Hunt. Hope I can copy your success.

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