So…you got a river otter… Now what? Well, of course, you skin it, flesh the hide…but the carcass remains. You could grind it up and use it to make your own bait…or YOU could cook it up and eat it! Keep in mind that otter trapping season is closed in Districts 1, 2 and 5, so make sure you check the quotas (click here) before you go after them.
Would you give this recipe from tradgang.com a try?
If you do try it, take a picture of your meal before you eat it and post it on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show Facebook page!
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