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    Default deer processing pictorial

    with all the beginner bowhunters on here,i figured some might enjoy this very informative read.
    http://www.broadheadtalk.com/general...pictorial.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    with all the beginner bowhunters on here,i figured some might enjoy this very informative read.
    http://www.broadheadtalk.com/general...pictorial.html
    Great pictorial, had a few laughs as well, am looking forward to his jerky pictorial, thanks for posting that Hawg.
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    Nice pictorial. Have you seen the Gutless method. if you have time, makes sure you watch the full video. They make easy work of a Elk.

    http://youtu.be/2E4PCzDRkUA

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    Good find. Thanks for sharing. Similar to the way I've been doing it. I am surprised at how many people don't butcher their own deer.
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    There's a sense of accomplishment when you process the animal you just killed. It's a good time to mellow out and reflect back on the hunt. Study the shot. I control how I want my meat cut. I always keep a clean process area. I know that the meat that goes in the bags are my deer and nobody else's deer that the butcher mass processes and just divided up. I just think I'm cleaner overall compared to some folks. I'm not the fastest processor but I am clean and do not waste much.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Double S View Post
    There's a sense of accomplishment when you process the animal you just killed. It's a good time to mellow out and reflect back on the hunt. Study the shot. I control how I want my meat cut. I always keep a clean process area. I know that the meat that goes in the bags are my deer and nobody else's deer that the butcher mass processes and just divided up. I just think I'm cleaner overall compared to some folks. I'm not the fastest processor but I am clean and do not waste much.


    X2 By the way, it looks like one of the packages on the bottom shelf is torn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Man View Post
    X2 By the way, it looks like one of the packages on the bottom shelf is torn.
    LOL. Old pics. That one was triple bagged and was eaten a long time ago. I was going through my Photo's and noticed that I don't take many Processing pictures. probably because my hands were busy. This thread made me go through my old pics.

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