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    Mountain Goat Meat

    Hello goat hunters!

    Iím curious what everyoneís opinion is of goat meat? Iím very interested in mountain hunting and Iím thinking of applying for a goat LEH (close to home) this year. But, Iíve never tasted mountain goat meat before and anyone Iíve talked to about it has given me very mixed reviews. As much fun as climbing a mountain and bagging a goat would be, bringing home quality meat is my number one priority.

    Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions!

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmybc View Post
    Hello goat hunters!

    I’m curious what everyone’s opinion is of goat meat? I’m very interested in mountain hunting and I’m thinking of applying for a goat LEH (close to home) this year. But, I’ve never tasted mountain goat meat before and anyone I’ve talked to about it has given me very mixed reviews. As much fun as climbing a mountain and bagging a goat would be, bringing home quality meat is my number one priority.

    Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions!
    In my experience it's very good, it was tender enough to make even Wiener Schnitzel with it.
    The color not as dark as deer, moose or other venison.
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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    I friggin love it

    Edit:
    Have had
    2x November old goats
    1x young September goat
    1x young August goat
    Last edited by warnniklz; 04-28-2021 at 01:30 PM.

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    My experience with goat meat it has been real good. Especially when you do a goat roast in a crock pot. MMM tasty.
    Nothing is like climbing a mountain, and then feeling like you are at the top of the world.

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    I think its great as well. Treat it just like any other game meat and it'll turn out great.

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    One of my faves. I always pressure can my goat meat, makes the best stews!!

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    i really like it!

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    I enjoyed it.

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    Mild but fairly tough. I would definitely suggest marinating well.

    This from an 8.5 year old October billy.

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    Re: Mountain Goat Meat

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmybc View Post
    Hello goat hunters!

    I’m curious what everyone’s opinion is of goat meat? I’m very interested in mountain hunting and I’m thinking of applying for a goat LEH (close to home) this year. But, I’ve never tasted mountain goat meat before and anyone I’ve talked to about it has given me very mixed reviews. As much fun as climbing a mountain and bagging a goat would be, bringing home quality meat is my number one priority.

    Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions!
    If its just the meat your after, early in the season may be better then later, although i prefer to hunt them as late as possible.
    There really isnt that much meat on a goat either.

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