World Record (SCI) moose in Washington

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http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2019/apr/09/washington-hunter-bags-world-record-moose-in-ferry/?fbclid=IwAR3r19KYUJxs1xjkPbyKVDHoDyfVW09ij2Xn1WZCv6OZACZ_YFX0vZMpoYg


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The Safari Club record doesn’t come with any award but the experience and recognition is plenty for Hall. He gave much of the meat to his hunting partners, although he kept a quarter and a back strap for himself.
“It’s somewhere between a Michelin and a Firestone in texture,” Hall said. “It was really tough meat. But it didn’t have bad taste.”
 

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I am going to guess that this guy has zero clue how to cook meat. It sounds like he cooked moose back strap to tire consistency.
 

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One stud moose but have to agree he definitely doesn't know how to cook it
 

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From the people I've met in the PNW, I would not be surprised if that were the case. The concept of medium rare was completely lost on them..
 

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2rocky said:
From the people I've met in the PNW, I would not be surprised if that were the case. The concept of medium rare was completely lost on them..
I literally just had dinner with 2 folks from the PNW. Very nice steakhouse... medium well....
 
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