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Cleaning a bird

Would it be helpful or hurtful if i took pictures on sunday of me properly cleaning the pheasants that i will get?

Just curious on the pics is all..............

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Something you definitely have to put a warning label on. I don't think certain people would want to open that by mistake

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just describe it, no pics please.

also too guys its just like a chicken for heavens sake..lol

you guys are pussys!



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I tell ya what..........I will do a little quick tutorial and take pics (FOR EMAILING) for the interested..........How's that?

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Actually, I'd be real interested in demo photos. Knowing the right way to clean a kill is something I don't know and wouldn't want to have to ask someone to do for me. Just title it so if someone opens it they know what to expect. After all, this forum is about killing things.

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Re: Cleaning a bird

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Would it be helpful or hurtful if i took pictures on sunday of me properly cleaning the pheasants that i will get?

Just curious on the pics is all..............
Are you going to "breast" the bird Kelly? It's what I usually do with birds in the field, works really well on Huns.

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I have a big ass book that shows you how to clean pretty much anything on 2 or 4 legs but Id be curious if you clean the same way as me.

Lets see the tutorial

Kind of putting the cart before the horse on Sunday arent you ?

Im heading north instead of south on Sunday chasing some pheasants. Hope you have some luck !

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Hurtful ......


Although if you really want to :

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Now now now Mike.........Confidence and arrogance are 2 different things.


I still do not know which i fall under but...........

Hope i have luck too and good luck to you as well!

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Re: Cleaning a bird

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Would it be helpful or hurtful if i took pictures on sunday of me properly cleaning the pheasants that i will get?

Just curious on the pics is all..............
Just peal em like a banana!

No thats how you clean a rabbit or a squirrel
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