Preparing waterfowl for your freezer

USA – -( Well-known outdoor communicator and master wild game chef, Brad Fenson, has some great tips on preparing waterfowl for storage in your freezer in a new how-to video sponsored by Kent Cartridge.

Want to learn the best way to freeze waterfowl meat after a successful day in the blind? Watch this video to learn how to freeze waterfowl the right way.

This entry was posted in Hunting, Tips and tricks. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Preparing waterfowl for your freezer

  1. Bad_Brad says:

    This recipe prevents many ducks from going into my freezer. Cut duck breasts into about 1/2 to 3/4 wide strips. Wrap around a water chestnut or a Jalapeño pepper, wrap a piece of bacon around that. Stick a tooth pick through all. Throw them on your bar b que and apply your favorite sauce.
    Tasty stuff.

  2. Butch says:

    That’s all fine and good if the waterfowl wasn’t eating stuff that makes it’s meat taste like shit. Like ducks eating shrimp grass, especially in a muddy bottom …the dogs won’t even eat them. And you sure don’t want to mess up a good gumbo with ducks that taste like shit. If you can find where ducks are eating rice, they will be fine.

    Now, geese. I have eaten more wild geese than I have ducks, and if geese are foraging on pasture grasses, they can be pretty good. But beware if the geese landed on a wheat field and won’t leave, something about them and wheat really makes their meat taste like shit. Although, the last two I shot had been dining on a wheat field behind my house for several weeks, my cats devoured them. All that was left was a pile of feathers.

Play nice.