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Do you have any bobcat recipes??

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Cook it as you would pork. They taste very similar.
A friend of mine just killed a Desert Bob and I took the backstraps off and made fajitas (sp) with them. There wasn't much in the front but I boned out all the meat I could and it's waiting for the sausage grinder.

It's white meat and has very little gamy taste so don't be afraid to cook it w/out seasoning or marinade. Remember to pound it a bit as it can be a bit tough.

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BobCat Backstrap.

Mix up a dry rub:

Garlic Salt
Onion Powder
Adobo seasoning
Old Bay Seafood Seasoning
Oregeno or Crushed Bay leaves (what ever you want)

Mostly equal parts, I usually just make up a jar so I have it for steaks so I don't know.

Rub down your back straps, cover and set in the fridge for a couple hours or overnight.

Slap them on the grill until around Med. and enjoy. Tasty little devil.

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Do you have any??


From Jephs' photos he's the one with the culinary talents. Jephs, what about a cat barbecue for the Memorial Hunt? Will you be there?

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Jim, I won't be able to do a February hunt this year. I have a daughter that is due around that time that I won't miss. Perhaps you guys can still get something together? I know you've been up to the MNP before as has Soreloser.

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Where exactly is the backstrap located on the bob? I will say that Jeph's picture in his older thread have me wishing I could try some.

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It runs down either side of the spinal cord from the front shoulders to just in front of the rear legs. Some guys call them tenderloins, too.

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It runs down either side of the spinal cord from the front shoulders to just in front of the rear legs. Some guys call them tenderloins, too.



Thanks CrankyF! That's kinda what I thought you all meant.

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I did not try it this year. I just couldn't bring myself to do it. Maybe next year. Did any one else try it?

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when i first heard about eating bobcat from heath i thought he was crazy. i'd like to try it some time.

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Anyone else?

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Im gonna try it here in the next little bit, if we can get my lil brother on one. little brothers are alway good ginea pigs. haha





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