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    What?s on the grill this weekend?


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    Grilled Cutthroat, and zucchini.

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    Just found this thread and now I?m starving... these are some teal breasts from this year


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    A young antelope that has grown up eating hay is hands down the best wild game meat IMO. Damn good!

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    A young antelope that has grown up eating hay is hands down the best wild game meat IMO. Damn good!
    Agree. When I was researching Pronghorn hunting, for my first antelope hunt, I was surprised to find many don't like antelope meat. Some say it's not very edible. I was hesitant to hunt this game animal for this reason. Much to my surprise, after reading online reviews/opinions, it's some of the finest game meat I've had. I hope to always have some antelope in my freezer!

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    Only bad thing about antelope is there just isn't enough meat.

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    Lot more than a Javelina,or a Coues.

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    Grilled Cutthroat, and zucchini.
    this right here is hard to beat!!

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