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Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2418747
02/25/18 08:23 PM
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My grandpaw use to tell me they tasted strong and rich tasting. And he didnt like it but thats all they had. He hated possum. Said it was so greasy that one bite was all he could take. My buddy cooked a dang coyote i brought him. We skinned it and it looked so skinny. The meat was a beautiful red. He cooked it and it stunk the house up so bad he couldnt even taste it. Said it smelled like an old wet dog. He cried about throwin it away cause he was so tight

Re: Coon Meat [Re: Ru2hunt] #2423049
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Originally Posted by Ru2hunt
If I remember correctly there are some glands that need to be removed on a coon in order to make it good for the table!
This is the most important part. I've never eat one, but I have watches several video's on the subject and all say removing those glands are key for the meat to taste good. One friend, just does the tenderloins.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2424352
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Sorry for slow response, I seldom check the trapping section here. When my wife cooks coon, she just wraps in bacon and bakes it in the oven by itself then serves with side items cooked separately. She doesn’t add onions, carrots or potatoes. If people could get past the stigma that they are eating something they are unfamiliar with I think most people would enjoy the meat. To me it is much better than squirrel and similar to rabbit

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2426432
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Once I was skinning a coon and I noticed something curved sticking out of its knee, I pulled it out and it was a worm about 6” long and looked like 20lb monofilament. I never wanted to eat one after seeing that.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: Lonster] #2431767
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This is one of those threads you are sorry you clicked on...I don't begrusge anyone for eating them...but I would have to reallly question my dining choices if I sat down to table with coon, possum or yote on it.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2432236
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got to get those glands out. then season him up put in crock pot slow cook him with some onions cut around him, after about 3 hrs put a bottle of your favorite bbq sauce on him. Cook on low for 8 hours, meat will fall off the bone, put on a toasted bun and you will tap your foot while eating it.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2432250
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What do the glands look like and how big are they? Easily noticeable?


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Re: Coon Meat [Re: Clem] #2432384
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I believe the glands are actually lymph nodes. They are about the size of a pea and look like fatty lumps. I have seen some larger and some really small and some even come off during skinning at least on the rear. There are a couple you tube videos that show them pretty good.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2432636
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the glands are purple or blueish looking

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2433479
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All we eat is coon meat. We stopped buying beef at the grocery store years ago. wink

Re: Coon Meat [Re: Remington270] #2433488
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Originally Posted by Remington270
All we eat is coon meat. We stopped buying beef at the grocery store years ago. wink


I hope you're only taking one or two. No one needs more than that.


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Re: Coon Meat [Re: Limbhanger1959] #2433490
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Originally Posted by Limbhanger1959
got to get those glands out. then season him up put in crock pot slow cook him with some onions cut around him, after about 3 hrs put a bottle of your favorite bbq sauce on him. Cook on low for 8 hours, meat will fall off the bone, put on a toasted bun and you will tap your foot while eating it.


If I have to do that much to make it edible then it wasn't fit to eat to begin with.

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Re: Coon Meat [Re: Jakethesnake] #2441934
03/22/18 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Jakethesnake
d. My buddy cooked a dang coyote i brought him. We skinned it and it looked so skinny.

Damn buzzard want eat a coyote and you tried ?? Jesus.


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Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2444909
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Don't know what they taste like but my helper at the farm will come get one in a minute. Caught a couple this trip and the fella was in hog heaven.

Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2458389
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I've had it baked a few times. It's not bad at all.


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Re: Coon Meat [Re: donmelto] #2507506
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Ain't never tried it but I've skint alot of them. Meat looks good and I wouldn't think twice if I didn't have anything to eat. But with the dogs I have today I'm thankful for Piggly wiggly lol. These pups have only treed 2 this week for me

Re: Coon Meat [Re: Bronco 74] #2511824
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Originally Posted by Bronco 74
Originally Posted by Jakethesnake
d. My buddy cooked a dang coyote i brought him. We skinned it and it looked so skinny.

Damn buzzard want eat a coyote and you tried ?? Jesus.



Can you not read buddy? I SAID my buddy wanted to try it. He always said to bring him the next one i shot so i did. He was gonna eat it. But it stunk too bad. I wasnt gonna try it. I brought it to him to see if he was serious. He was serious til the smell hit him. Some of yall need 3rd grade reading lessons. slap

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Re: Coon Meat [Re: Jakethesnake] #2512035
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