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    Bear back strap........Mmmmm, don’t mind a roast either. No problems if you take care of your meat properly, cool it down ASAP and in the freezer.
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
    Deer Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Bear back strap........Mmmmm, don’t mind a roast either. No problems if you take care of your meat properly, cool it down ASAP and in the freezer.
    Just make sure it is cooked well, no rare bear.

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    Best bear I ever ate was entire hips of bear professionally brined and smoked into ham. People went back for thirds.
    I do have a friend who makes incredible Swedish meatballs as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    I know that they are very dependent on what they eat as to the taste, a friend in the Yukon said that coastal bears in the fall are horrible but even Grizz inland are good as long as they are not gorging on salmon.
    I agree, inland Grizzly is a good meal. As far as black bear goes, it has a place in my freezer as well. I picked up one this spring and will save my second tag for the fall. See some hunting reports on here finally!

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    Looks like a great trip!
    Things that fly turn me on

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