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    Default For Hutch and Freinds This will do a California Mule Deer everytime.


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    These go everywhere with me, the Woodsman is always on my belt.

    These live in the motorhome for camp site duty. Haven't had the chance to use them yet. Outdoor Edge.

    These are in my Elk pack now, Christmas bonus. Outdoor Edge.
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    I always carry my Wyoming knife for gutting. When the blade gets a bit dull I replace it with a new blade, but they'll put up with a lot and have gutted many deer before I have to replace the blade. I also always have a lock back folding knife on me always. I have at least half a dozen different lock backs that people have given me and I am always carrying one every where I go. It's just one of those things I never leave home without.

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    NuttyNative; The Woodsman is all the knife I've ever needed to get a deer out of the woods. I some times keep a couple of the hooked razor knife blades in my pack, they worked great for skining a coyote and if I decide to gut a deer, which I seldom do. Granted our deer our not 300lb Whitetails or big mulies. Where I hunt their more the size of Blacktail deer, probably a cross between Californa Mule Deer and the Blacktails. Had a good friend who died from Fernly, Roy F. had a pizza place there for a few years.

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