He's in the right spot. We knew there are bears all around us. And he just happened to be in range, in a visible location and unable to get away from my buddy’s 30:06. So we pulled a nice, nice bear out of there. It was amazing. So it was one of the first bears I've seen in the spring that ever still had actual marbling in it. Bears go to bed, very, very fat. Right? And when they get up in the spring, they are usually pretty lean. This bear still had a couple of inches of rump fat on him. We took it and we rendered that down into some basically, you make Crisco more like a clean cooking oil out of it. We rendered off this bear. We only used about half of it. We still got a couple of quarts worth of bear fat off a Spring bear, which is amazing. So he was a big fat bear. It was great to get him.
Remember that RANDY is an executive chef so he knows a whole lot about preparing and consuming the animals that he harvests