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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    One of my favorite meats and isn't gamey to me. It and elk are my favorite wild game. Deer is the gamiest to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    I agree with velvet feather!
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    I feel the same way.

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    I haven't got 1 yet I thought was gamey. Even the 1 I got last year that was pretty old tastes great! I did make alot of it into sausage. I added about 10% beef and 10% beef fat and used Hi Mountain seasonings. I also made some seasoned burgers. I ground jalapenos, onions, garlic and some seasonings along with 10% beef and 10% beef fat into it and it came out great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    One of my favorite meats and isn't gamey to me. It and elk are my favorite wild game. Deer is the gamiest to me.


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    The whitetails here aren't gamey but it's probably because of the crops that I plant in my food plots. The Mulies I've killed on public land that ate only sage, wild forbs, etc were EXTREMELY gamey, but I've killed some on wheat and alfalfa fields that were tender and tasty! Those bad ones almost ruined my taste for mule deer until i had some great tasting deer steaks last year.

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    I truly believe with deer.... it's what they eat that makes them taste more gamey than others. When the meat in our freezer's get low, we drive from CA to WY just to get 2 antelope doe/fawn for meat. We also use that trip to WY, to do some pre scouting in UT, while we're passing through.
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    The best mule deer I've ever ate, I killed in unit 80 in Southern Wyoming. It was nothing but rolling sage brush hills. It was awesome, I gutted it & hauled it straight to the butcher in Rawlings. My buddy killed one the next day about a mile from mine. He said his was very good as well.
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    Best deer I ever had came from eastern Montana! Even the last buck I got out there that was pretty old was very tender!

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    You guys had me going. I was thinking how (and why) in Hell would anyone want to graze Rattlesnakes? Maybe, some guy with a restaurant, so his customers could graze on Rattlesnakes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawfish View Post
    You guys had me going. I was thinking how (and why) in Hell would anyone want to graze Rattlesnakes? Maybe, some guy with a restaurant, so his customers could graze on Rattlesnakes!
    You've never heard of Rattlesnake Hills?
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