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VictoryHunter
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I shot a big bobcat this past season and just had to try it. The meat looks just like pork and is similiar in texture. So, I made bobcat fajitas and they were great! I cut out the backstraps and cut them into chunks then cooked them in a skillet with olive oil, half a lime, chili powder, cayenne, cumin, cilantro, onions, salt, and garlic. Just cook until the meat is brown all the way through, season to taste, throw it on a tortilla with some sour cream and cheese then enjoy!

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Lol......that might just be the first time I've heard of eating bobcat. Glad you enjoyed it. Just don't be surprised if you start puuurrrring.
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I heard Mountain Lion is excellent. I am not surprised to hear bobcat is also. [thumbsup]

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PowDuck
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Way back in the '60s and '70s when I was a kid in Newport, AR we had an annual wild game feed at the little school in Beedeville. They always had every kind of wild game you could imagine. One year they had rattlesnake but we were too far back in the line to get any before it ran out.

Anyway, of all the meats I tried there, I still remember the bobcat. It was one of the best and most tender meats I had. If memory serves, it was likely fried.

The state health dept. finally shut it down. It was a huge gathering.

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Never ate bobcat but the cougar I shot several years ago was excellent. It is the other,other white meat similar in texture and taste to pork.
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Bobcat doesn't sound to much different than House cat. I guess if i were really hungry, otherwise......no thanks.

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VictoryHunter
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It was very much like pork! I would like to get another one some day.

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bronco611
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I could only imagine a cat-on-a-stick!!! Sounds like I can hear it purring already.

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As a young man I liked to read about the mountain men of our nation's past. Several stories stated that mountain lion was the preferred of all the meats available to them. Keep hoping to try some one day.

I have learned in my limited hunting experience that they are not attracted to, "here kitty, kitty, kitty." [Smile]

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A few on another site that deals in predator hunting have a couple of recopies for bob cat back strap. let me know if you want the site do not know if I can post it here so pm me.
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KSCATTRAPR
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Oh Yeah!!!!! I have ate Bobcat several times and it's really not too bad. I might have to try the fajita idea, sounds great....I marinate the back straps with Dorthy Lynch and Mustard and some Pork Rub, let it set for a day. Wrap in bacon and throw it on the grill. I have had several people try it and like it. I usually do not tell them what it is until after it is all gone but usually everyone is satisfied.....The jokes that come with eating it are comical to say the least.
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Awsome! Mite make good Chinese also? Or is that dog? Hahaha I would have ate it to, if I had killed it
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VictoryHunter
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[biglaugh]

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ksbowman
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The mountain lion I've ate was excellent. Just like said above it is very much like pork and a real white , fine textured meat.

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I missed a big bobcat 2 weeks ago! Man, fajitas. I got to connect and get me a kitty to grill.

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