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Podcast Episode 187: Come Hunt, Cook, and Eat Wild Pigs with us in Texas

Summary:

The Harvesting Nature crew and camp guests discuss their May 2022 wild pig hunting skills camp in Texas. They highlight the activities and lessons learned during the camp, including shooting, ballistics, cooking, and butchering. The crew emphasizes the importance of shot placement for meat yield and the versatility of wild pig meat. They also discuss the value of hands-on experience and the holistic nature of hunting. The participants shared their experiences and expressed their appreciation for the camp and the community it has created. The conversation covers various topics, including cooking temperatures, fly fishing camp plans and the experience’s highlights. The participants expressed gratitude for the knowledge gained and the community formed during the event. They discuss the versatility of wild pig meat and the importance of dispelling myths about hunting and eating wild hogs. The conversation ends with a call to action for listeners to sign up for future courses and support the podcast.

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Takeaways:

Join us at our December 2024 Wild Pig Culinary Hunting Camp

The wild pig hunting skills camp allows participants to learn various skills related to hunting, shooting, cooking, and butchering.

Shot placement is crucial for meat yield and should be considered before taking a shot.

Wild pig meat is versatile and can be used in various dishes.

Hands-on experience is invaluable in understanding the entire process of hunting and harvesting wild game.

The camp fosters a sense of community among participants and encourages sharing of knowledge and experiences. 

The ideal temperature for cooking trichinella is 137 degrees Fahrenheit.

The hosts plan a fly fishing camp in Montana and have ideas for future adventures.

The participants expressed gratitude for the knowledge gained and the community formed during the event.

It is important to dispel myths about hunting and eating wild hogs.

Listeners are encouraged to sign up for future courses and support the podcast.

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