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    I have caught 6 Bluefin all be it commercially. Pretty sure we could only see Mt Cook at best

    May be technically in range but I would have to turn around as soon as I got there

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    So had a late afternoon "work meeting", home for a snack....
    Bread, create a "donut" with 3-4 rashers raw streaky bacon, crack egg in, another 1 or 2 of bacon, bread on top, microwave for 4mins, flip, another 1 min, cut, eat, wash down with a small rum.
    Healthy, sort of ( brown bread - are eggs healthy this week?), taste - bloody great

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    Jeeeeeeeeeeeezus mate!!!! You know how to make a bloke hungry!!!!
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    Dung out of the freezer the other day turned up some back steak and fillet.
    Nearly a year old and still in perfect condition....gotta love vac packers



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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Dung out of the freezer the other day turned up some back steak and fillet.
    Nearly a year old and still in perfect condition....gotta love vac packers



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    We had year old Rig for tea and same. Vaccy Packers have made frozen fish long lasting
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    We had year old Rig for tea and same. Vaccy Packers have made frozen fish long lasting
    Rig in net with flounders yesty....why i rang....didnt go to waste.
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    Tahr back steak and garden vege. Cheers @StrikerNZ.
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    Looks pretty good! bit of garlic salt...maybe some Wasabi
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Looks pretty good! bit of garlic salt...maybe some Wasabi
    Had it is it came off the BBQ. Wanted to savour the natural taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    Had it is it came off the BBQ. Wanted to savour the natural taste.
    Fair enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
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    Tahr back steak and garden vege. Cheers @StrikerNZ.
    A young February Thar would be my favorite game meat that you can get in NZ. The fat that goes thru the meat is delicious.

    Nothing beats Moose or moose fat tho.

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    I agree, @R93 , moose is beautiful to eat ... miam, miam, miam ...
    ...amitie, respect mutuel et amour...

    ...le beau et le bon, cela rime avec Breton!...

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    At last the mystery around the fiordland moose disappearing is finally answered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Henry View Post
    At last the mystery around the fiordland moose disappearing is finally answered.
    Not a Fiordland moose. Shot it on family land at the original release near Vine Creek, Kowhitirangi.



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    Used a maggi Bourguignon packet, chamois backsteaks, few mushrooms, some onions, chopped up tomatoes and a splash of red wine, bloody good!
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