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#203193 - 11/04/19 10:18 PM Re: Bear happy ***** [Re: WiseGuy]
Brenden
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Congratulations Matt! The old 44 has claimed another victim.

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#203196 - 11/04/19 10:29 PM Re: Bear happy [Re: Brenden]
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Outstanding!
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#203199 - 11/04/19 10:37 PM Re: Bear happy [Re: WiseGuy]
junebug
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Well done Matt.
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#203208 - 11/05/19 04:38 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: junebug]
jmoore429
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Nice looking bear! So far this season it's just been squirrels for me. Will have to relay the news to LisaG.

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#203210 - 11/05/19 05:38 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: cmnash]
billa
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Congratulations ! Nice bear. A great revolver trophy!
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#203211 - 11/05/19 06:27 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: billa]
500WE
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Congratulations on a great bear! Congratulations, too, on getting him to hang upside down on that log!

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#203212 - 11/05/19 07:49 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: 500WE]
Randy M
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I've never had a huge interest in chasing bear until this recent trip to New Mexico. I saw two over the course of the week - a small cinnamon and a nice size black. They are really cool critters to watch - almost human like. Anyways, I was really wishing I had bought an over-the-counter bear tag before packing in.

What is your favorite way to cook bear meat?
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#203213 - 11/05/19 08:03 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: WiseGuy]
popo
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Congrats matt.well done.

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#203215 - 11/05/19 09:40 AM Re: Bear happy [Re: popo]
Whitworth
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Matthew, very nicely done! Congratulations! I too love bear meat and that one will likely eat very well!
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#203224 - 11/05/19 12:40 PM Re: Bear happy [Re: Randy M]
cmnash
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I love bears. I love watching bears just do bear stuff. I love walking in the country bears call home.

...and I love grilled bear chops. Montreal steak seasoning and a charcoal grill makes it happen.


A bear the size of my most recent or similar makes great steaks and chops. The trimmings make stew chunks and the ground makes fantastic tacos. The largest bears are too marbled with fat to make table cuts. I chill them to firmness and trim fat, trim fat, and then trim fat, before grinding them. Please remember that bear meat is subject to the same parasites and illnesses as pork, so cook thoroughly. Unlike lean venison, I can blacken the bone without burning the steaks.

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