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    Quote Originally Posted by Spearjunkie View Post
    That's a big dam cat! I didn't know anyone eats them...
    Chinese. They'll eat anything. Ask Ratdog and Uplander.

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    Well done. Do you use the dogs to bail him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed308 View Post
    Chinese. They'll eat anything. Ask Ratdog and Uplander.
    LOL... indeed they will... and, so will a few Native Alaskans. Some of the rot they call "food" ain't fit to feed hogs. (Been to a few places to sample local "cuisine"... OMG !!!!)
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    We have a female that has been coming to my property for the last few years every spring to have a litter. I've seen her a few times, but she never bothers anyone.

    I've asked the game wardens if we have mountain lions in southeastern NC, and they say "no". I then asked:if they're not here then I can shoot them? Their answer was an instant "no", which tells me they know big cats are around.
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    Stinky Alaskan food mention reminded me of Zimmerman's Bizarre Food show where he got with some old Inuits.
    They have a "delicacy" called stink heads. They take the left over salmon heads, put them in a burlap sack, put it in the cold river for at least two months then pull it out and eat. Zimmerman's not known to be squeamish, but his evaluation of them was....nasty ammonia foul tasting stuff. He gagged and the old women laughed at him and ate the rotten stink heads like potato chips.
    The young Inuits.....won't touch the stink heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spearjunkie View Post
    That's a big dam cat! I didn't know anyone eats them...
    Back in the day, Jim Bridger swore it was the best tasting wild meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanlover442 View Post
    Stinky Alaskan food mention reminded me of Zimmerman's Bizarre Food show where he got with some old Inuits.
    They have a "delicacy" called stink heads. They take the left over salmon heads, put them in a burlap sack, put it in the cold river for at least two months then pull it out and eat. Zimmerman's not known to be squeamish, but his evaluation of them was....nasty ammonia foul tasting stuff. He gagged and the old women laughed at him and ate the rotten stink heads like potato chips.
    The young Inuits.....won't touch the stink heads.
    You just ruin my appetite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratdog68 View Post
    Fine cat!!! And, very good eating as well.
    Not the first time I have eaten pussy! It is like veil! Yum!


    Just wait till next season!

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    Real nice cat , Tried mtn lion several different ways , always thought it was pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratdog68 View Post
    Fine cat!!! And, very good eating as well.
    I did not know that.

    I let my wife have a cat. It has to stay outside. I allow him to stay because he has an appetite for tree rats.


 

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