FPD knows how its done. We always try to take a variety of game and aquatic critters along with some home raised beef and pork when we go out west. We'll usually have a little elk, venison and maybe some squirrels or rabbits. We also usually have at least one aquatic meal during the trip of fresh crappie, catfish, frog legs or turtle from our farm ponds. And then there's the staples of big slabs of home-grown tenderloin, bacon and a few good ole inch thick Kentucky grown rib eyes.
I guess its obvious that we like to eat when we're out in the woods.
A few years ago, a cousin of mine came back home to visit right before we left. He's lived in the deep south for several years and always brings in a big cooler of crab, lobster, grouper, crayfish, scallops, clams, etc. every time he comes in. Needless to say, that year we put on a huge low country boil in base camp at 10,000 ft. elevation in the middle of the Rocky Mountains. We tried to feed all our neighbors in the surrounding campsites. It was awesome! I don't think those Rocky Mountain coyotes knew what to make of the leftover crawdads, clams and crab claws we weren't able to eat and had to discard lol. 😁