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The Baron
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I'd try it!

I'll spare you all the bad jokes and just say I have never eaten bobcat or cougar myself. But, when I was turkey hunting in Nebraska, we got into a discussion with several other hunters and some guides about the best wild meat. Turkey, elk, caribou and moose all had a vote or two then one of the guides (who also guided in another state for mountain lion) said that mountain lion was, hands down, the best wild meat. He compared it to sweet pork and said he'd throw venison out to make room for more lion in the freezer.

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Krex1010
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Glad to hear bobcat makes decent table fare. I See them on ocassion at my cabin and have thought about getting a permit, typically don't hunt for anything I don't eat, but if bobcat tastes good I could try for that bobcat pelt, save a few grouse and have a different variety of putty cat lol

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Bobcat is great, but make sure it is cooked all the way through, they can carry trichanosis just like bear.
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I'm gonna have to try thais if I ever shoot another bobcat!

Bisch

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