Bear Grease, Oak Brush, and #greentree's G-bear

neffa3

Well-known member
Joined
Apr 17, 2015
Messages
5,868
Location
Wenatchee
@wllm1313 definitely isn't a one trick pony, he not only posts quality content (I mean it's not GH level but right at the top still) but is also in the top 10% for shear quantity production. I mean who wasn't readily aware he was out hunting recently? If I go two days without reading half a dozen zingers from that ole masshole I know something is up. After a week I start to worry.
 

wllm1313

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 9, 2015
Messages
11,737
Location
Manetheren
@wllm1313 definitely isn't a one trick pony, he not only posts quality content (I mean it's not GH level but right at the top still) but is also in the top 10% for shear quantity production. I mean who wasn't readily aware he was out hunting recently? If I go two days without reading half a dozen zingers from that ole masshole I know something is up. After a week I start to worry.
Ah shucks I feel loved.
 

JohnBud

Member
Joined
May 20, 2018
Messages
82

Dougfirtree

Well-known member
Joined
Jul 27, 2016
Messages
1,478
Location
Adirondacks
Great story! And, congrats on a much more adventurous September than mine. I've never had any interest in shooting bears, mostly because I don't like my meat well-done. But, I keep hearing from all these bear hunters about good grease, good meat... I don't know, the wheels are turning a little bit. In NY, you automatically get a free bear tag when you buy a deer tag and I have had opportunities.. What do most of you do with the bear meat? Well-done steaks? Sausage?
 
Wild Alaskan Salmon Seafood

Forum statistics

Threads
96,904
Messages
1,470,447
Members
30,480
Latest member
jasonbrown456
Top