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Old October 9, 2018, 10:04 PM   #8
Colorado Redneck
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Join Date: January 6, 2008
Location: Northeast Colorado
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My wife loves antelope. We got a few in south central Wyoming that tasted like Frankenmauser described, kinda like liver, slightly gamey, and had a distinct smell when cooking. Fast forward to the last few years. I have exclusively hunted on the eastern side of the Pawnee Grasslands. Not much sage, lots of wheat and lots of buffalo grass and side oats gamma grass. This results in antelope that we look forward to every year. I get'em cleaned and skinned asap, put ice in the body cavity, and take them to a game processing place. They hang in a cooler for a few days, and believe me, the meat is delicious. Going hunting tomorrow.
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