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Never Gut a Deer Again (With Bonus Instruction Videos)

Never Gut a Deer Again (With Bonus Instruction Videos)

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from maximus wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

that is the nooby way to do it! what the hell happens to the ribs and all! come on, thats a big waist!

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from cdburgess wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Actually, I heard this is how some guides do it. From what I heard, this will get 85% to 90% of the meat. The stuff that is left is tough and full of sinew anyway isn't it?

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from theflyfishingfool wrote 24 weeks 1 day ago

If your saying everything left is tough and full of sinew, well maybe you should try some of the parts left after dressing in this manner.
How about all the meat from the neck and ribs?
This is for people that don't know how to drag.....

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from aaronhazy wrote 24 weeks 15 hours ago

If you have ever hunted extreme back country this technique is great. because its hard to drag a whole deer 3+ miles to a area where you can get it in your truck

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from shane wrote 17 weeks 3 days ago

Maybe you're not "extreme" enough for the "backcountry" if you can't manage getting your kill out without this much waste.

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from shane wrote 17 weeks 3 days ago

All things worth doing are "hard." 3 miles? Doesn't sound like "extreme backcountry" to me.

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from jim in nc wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago

Shane: Used to be I agreed with you; now that I'm 72 I like this idea. I might try it next fall.

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from maximus wrote 4 years 21 weeks ago

that is the nooby way to do it! what the hell happens to the ribs and all! come on, thats a big waist!

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from theflyfishingfool wrote 24 weeks 1 day ago

If your saying everything left is tough and full of sinew, well maybe you should try some of the parts left after dressing in this manner.
How about all the meat from the neck and ribs?
This is for people that don't know how to drag.....

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from aaronhazy wrote 24 weeks 15 hours ago

If you have ever hunted extreme back country this technique is great. because its hard to drag a whole deer 3+ miles to a area where you can get it in your truck

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from shane wrote 17 weeks 3 days ago

Maybe you're not "extreme" enough for the "backcountry" if you can't manage getting your kill out without this much waste.

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from shane wrote 17 weeks 3 days ago

All things worth doing are "hard." 3 miles? Doesn't sound like "extreme backcountry" to me.

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from jim in nc wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago

Shane: Used to be I agreed with you; now that I'm 72 I like this idea. I might try it next fall.

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from cdburgess wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Actually, I heard this is how some guides do it. From what I heard, this will get 85% to 90% of the meat. The stuff that is left is tough and full of sinew anyway isn't it?

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