Got my bear skull back....Yes I have a tag for it.....
You gotta be kidding me...I haven't had those since 1st grade....Al Hansen said:Now these gave me snot bubbles !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:
You gotta be kidding me...I haven't had those since 1st grade.....45 said:[quote="Al Hansen":1wehvoxm]Now these gave me snot bubbles !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:
This last May in Idaho.J-bass said:I guy I used to work with shot a bear once and invited us over to play cards. He gave us some salami and I had no idea it was bear. Me and the other guys kept asking where he got it, and when we had polished it all off, he told us it was bear. I'm not really sure why he waited, because I still would have eaten it, but that's what he did. Honestly, it was some of the best meat I've ever eaten. The jerky wasn't bad either.
Nice looking skull there too. Where'd you get him and when?
This was my first year bear hunting. I really could care less about the size at this point, but look at that color phase! Blonde on his back down to cinamon legs that is a trophy in my book. They said he was 4 years old. I do need to learn how to skin a bear I think knuckling out the hands would be hard.blackbear said:why didnt you wait for a big one? that one only looks a couple years old. You should practice your skinning on some yotes this winter, as most taxidermists dont have a facility to keep the meat fresh. itll save you $ & its really pretty easy too. That way you dont waste the animal. :?
Black bear meat is OK but I find it a challenge to cook.truemule said:Is bear meat any good? I have never had it myself and never really heard of anyone eating it. I would think it would be kinda nasty. Can anyone give insight on this?