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    Default got the one that got away! plus a Mtn goat!

    I think we caught the one that got away! We been going out at 830 in the morning for the last couple of days and its been cold and windy, today only 9 degrees and not much wind. We shot a Mtn goat in the morning and trolled up a king at noon and it that looks like the one that got away couple days ago!
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    Sweet!!! Great job!!! Surf and turf!!! Where do Mtn goats rate on the table fare list? Never tried it.


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    Mtn goat is just a tad better than our blacktails, we had some backstrap with gravy over mash potatoes tonight! No gaminess at all. Hope to troll another one up in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    Mtn goat is just a tad better than our blacktails, we had some backstrap with gravy over mash potatoes tonight! No gaminess at all. Hope to troll another one up in the morning.
    My favorite way to eat goat backstrap or steaks is cooked up like chicken fried steak with potatoes and gravy, delicious! Was that goat on the bluff in the picture? How late does the goat season stay open up there? Our season closed on December 31st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anythingalaska View Post
    My favorite way to eat goat backstrap or steaks is cooked up like chicken fried steak with potatoes and gravy, delicious! Was that goat on the bluff in the picture? How late does the goat season stay open up there? Our season closed on December 31st.
    The goat wasnt even 20 feet from shore, season closes on March 20th
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    Congrats Jeff, got to love Old Harbor you are living the dream.... A fresh king sounds great and even better when topped off with some backstrap and a spider crab. Congrats again. Greg

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