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Mule Deer Loin... #7081941
02/17/18 02:22 AM
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...is delicious.


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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7082021
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Perfectly cooked...excellent job!

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7082023
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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7082084
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That looks awesome!!! Would food

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: 2Beez] #7082158
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Originally Posted By: 2Beez
That looks awesome!!! Would food
Heck Yes up

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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7082187
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Looks great! I have still never eaten mule deer.

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: skinnerback] #7082308
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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
Looks great! I have still never eaten mule deer.
Me either....does look tasty...


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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7082309
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Wow...........

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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7087066
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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7087816
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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7087818
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Mule Deer backstrap seared in a cast iron skillet is my family's favorite!! food

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7088727
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how does Texas mule deer compare to high altitude mule deer like NM and CO on flavor? I have taken 7-8 CO/NM mule deer and they all had a very strong twang flavor that was horrible, guessing part of their diet.


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Originally Posted By: PMK
how does Texas mule deer compare to high altitude mule deer like NM and CO on flavor? I have taken 7-8 CO/NM mule deer and they all had a very strong twang flavor that was horrible, guessing part of their diet.


Maybe the sage?

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: PMK] #7088767
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Originally Posted By: PMK
how does Texas mule deer compare to high altitude mule deer like NM and CO on flavor? I have taken 7-8 CO/NM mule deer and they all had a very strong twang flavor that was horrible, guessing part of their diet.


Only mule deer I have ever eaten was from west texas. It had a strong smell of sage, but didn't taste like it to me, it was like any other white tail ive eaten.


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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: Kentucky Native] #7088851
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I gave up hunting them in CO/NM 20+ years ago due to the nasty taste. They tasted like a gut shot smells, horribly rank, including the hamburger meat. They were all field dressed and handled properly from on the hoof to into the freezer, just like all of our WT. I could walk in my parent's house and the smell of it cooking would almost make me nauseated. The first several I thought might have just been they were older buck all rutted up, but the last couple were younger up around timberline ... only thing I could think of was something they were eating up in the higher elevations ... why I was asking about the west and panhandle MD.


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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: MacDaddy21] #7088855
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Originally Posted By: MacDaddy21
Perfectly cooked...excellent job!
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Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: PMK] #7089357
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Originally Posted By: PMK
how does Texas mule deer compare to high altitude mule deer like NM and CO on flavor? I have taken 7-8 CO/NM mule deer and they all had a very strong twang flavor that was horrible, guessing part of their diet.


This loin was from a Texas panhandle mule deer and it tasted delicious. I actually thought it had a milder, or less "gamey", taste than most whitetail bucks I've eaten. Not as mild as say axis, but more like elk. This deer had been hitting winter wheat fields hard and had also been eating lots of protein and corn. I'm sure diet had an effect on taste.

Re: Mule Deer Loin... [Re: landsurveyor] #7089538
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Originally Posted By: landsurveyor
Originally Posted By: MacDaddy21
Perfectly cooked...excellent job!
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