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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #20 on: December 24, 2009, 08:18:00 PM »
Considerin i just got back from draggin a young doe to the truck thru butthole deep snow that i shot in a corn field i wouldnt say up north we dont hunt over bait or stand hunt


You shot butthole deep snow in a corn field??  ???  How'd you do that?? ?? ??  ??? ???
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #21 on: December 24, 2009, 08:45:59 PM »
"Buttholes in Deep Snow".....

I think they have a new CD coming out.
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #22 on: December 24, 2009, 08:53:24 PM »
 That reminds me... Who used a butcher to... butcher... their kill? I hate it, but my dad is going to make me do it next time. He says butchering your own was too hard (I butchered my spike that I shot), but I did all the %$*#ing work!!! He doesn't even like deer meat unless it's mixed with lots of pig fat and ground up (making it, in my book, PORK SAUSAGE). I'm not looking forward to my next kill for this reason. I'm going to MAKE him get some steaks made of MY deer, and I'll probably salvage the tenderloin before taking the rest of it to the butcher.
  In my opinion, he should shoot his own deer, but he's 'not interested'. :P
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #23 on: December 24, 2009, 09:41:36 PM »
I cut up my own deer I don't think its too hard at all.
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #24 on: December 25, 2009, 01:58:33 PM »
BTH, you just need to get a claymore from John. I'm sure he's got some of them lying around his installation. O0 Just set it up near the salt lick and next morning you would have a few gutted and partially cooked for you. O0 :evil:
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You shot butthole deep snow in a corn field??  ???  How'd you do that?? ?? ??  ??? ???
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #25 on: December 25, 2009, 04:46:32 PM »
That reminds me... Who used a butcher to... butcher... their kill? I hate it, but my dad is going to make me do it next time. He says butchering your own was too hard (I butchered my spike that I shot), but I did all the %$*#ing work!!! He doesn't even like deer meat unless it's mixed with lots of pig fat and ground up (making it, in my book, PORK SAUSAGE). I'm not looking forward to my next kill for this reason. I'm going to MAKE him get some steaks made of MY deer, and I'll probably salvage the tenderloin before taking the rest of it to the butcher.
  In my opinion, he should shoot his own deer, but he's 'not interested'. :P

There's nothing wrong with doing it yourself and I it did for years.

Nowadays, not so much.

I actually like taking my deer to a processor. The hard part is finding a real good one. It seems I find one who does a good job and he goes out of business the following year. I do put suet in my deer meat I find it adds to the flavor and texture and in the case of an older deer will help with the gamey taste.

I realize some folks like the gamey taste, but I've found when I have folks over to eat venison, and they've never had it before one of their concerns is the gamey taste they hear so much about. With a little beef or hog suet throwm into the mix, I only rarely get a negative comment from folks.

I think it's important our sport to always be prepared to show those who don't hunt that we properly utilize what we kill.

Notice I say kill and not harvest. Harvest is what you do to plants. Kill is what you do to animals.

I've found MOST, not all, but most folks open and even receptive to eatting wild game, as long as it's properly prepared.

Back in the early 1990's Texas A&M University did a study on how expensive venison was. They factored in the cost of licenses, guns, ammo, club fees, distance from work and the amount of time you take off to hunt as factors.

When it was added up, it came out to something like $80.00 a pound of usable venison. I can't remember the exact dollar placed but it was at least $80.00 a pound and that's using 1990's money. I'm sure it's higher today.

That makes venison more expensive than Kobi beef from Japan, which has the distinction of being the most expensive beef in the world.

So I think you can see why it's important that vension be given the best processing and butchering you can find. My specialty for my friends has always been chili and I also like to have my venison bar-b-q.

Since I work full time and want to ensure it's properly prepared I don't mind spending the extra dollars to get what I want.

To me venison is something special. If I don't eat it I'm not going to starve and go hungry. It's something I WANT to eat and it's something I want to enjoy, not just for myself, but for others as well, who might not get the opportunity under normal circumstances.

So I want the meat prepared to not just eat but to enjoy and show those who don't hunt what our sport is all about.

I can say with some satisfaction that it's caused a few folks to start hunting and it's helped others to understand and appreciate us more and gain us a few more allies in the non-hunting camp, which guarantees we keep them out of the anti-hunting camp.

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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #26 on: December 25, 2009, 06:30:37 PM »
Its real easy just shoot low the hard part is findin a place to grab it so ya can drag it.  Ive always processed my own deer which is pretty easy some years
It takes patience to break a good hound. Ya gotta be persistent and it helps to be a lil smarter then the dog.

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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #27 on: December 25, 2009, 08:23:55 PM »
Ive always processed my own deer which is pretty easy some years

Yeah, not a lot of work to prepare an antler.....  :roll:

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In all seriousness, the Marlin is a great rifle, too. I own a Model 60, one of the best rifles ever made.
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #28 on: December 26, 2009, 08:52:53 AM »
Yeah, not a lot of work to prepare an antler.....  :roll:

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D Yeah, I was just thinking of ol' "One Antler" plott.  :wink: :roll: ;D
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Re: Moral Questions on Deer Hunting
« Reply #29 on: December 26, 2009, 07:58:26 PM »
Thats why i been gunnin for does lately  then i dont have to worry bout that  lol
It takes patience to break a good hound. Ya gotta be persistent and it helps to be a lil smarter then the dog.

 


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