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who had a link to feild dressing a deer or something like that.

just post the link since just the title of this thread and who ever posting a link is enough not to open it if you dont wanna see it.

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I have a book of how to field dress anything..birds animals..anything. Let me know if you want to borrow it Ken

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Kelly described the process to me. doesnt sound that difficult. just dont cut the intestines, thats supposed to stink like holy hell.




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yeah its much easier to dress a dear than snapping a bird in half and rip out his spine while standing on his wings!

Deer is easy. Cut around the anus, pull out the sac an inch or so, tie it off with string, slip the knife in his bung hole area you already cut and insert your 2 fingers in a v pattern and place the knife inbetween the v and run it up to his throat area. then slit the throat, cut the windpipe in half, stretch out his rear legs and twist the to roll over the deer at everything "should" just gush right on out. You may have to push his ass hanging thing you tied off carefully as to not penetrate it.

Like i said real easy!

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yeah ok, ill borrow that book to if you dont mind mike, what parts are the best parts to eat in a deer?



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Loins and tenderloins (backstraps). Very tender just like off of a hog or cows. Its an unused muscle i believe.

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You can say that again Mike. The inner loins often referred to as the Sweet meat is the best part but by all means you can use almost every part! Grind it up and add some fat to make breakfast sausage, hamburger meat, cube it for chili, its all good!

But trust me its all in the way you "prepare" the meat before cooking thats the secret!

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Oh i almost forgot.......somewhere around the house i have an instructional video (field dressing) on vhs as well.

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I have a video also. I have no idea where it might be however.

Ken, Im heading home for lunch, I can drop it off later if you want? 1 pm or so?

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Just remember this, if you're out in a field strippin' the dear, make sure it's obvious that's what's going on. Nothing like some a$$hole seeing just the deer and taking a shot at it while you're working on it. I like to carry extra orange clothing or bright objects that I can place around myself and the deer. I even thought of takin' a f'n strobe light for this purpose. Remember, gettin' shot while hunting is the #1 way to get rid of your girlfriend's husband.

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if ya want mike sure, IF your passing by this way, i can always get it from you at some time, no rush bro



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here Ken.....

i liked these the best--

I like it

this one is good---NWS or squeemish safe. (has pics)
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here are a couple for ya

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Pretty good and some more


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yeah its much easier to dress a dear than snapping a bird in half and rip out his spine while standing on his wings!

Deer is easy. Cut around the anus, pull out the sac an inch or so, tie it off with string, slip the knife in his bung hole area you already cut and insert your 2 fingers in a v pattern and place the knife inbetween the v and run it up to his throat area. then slit the throat, cut the windpipe in half, stretch out his rear legs and twist the to roll over the deer at everything "should" just gush right on out. You may have to push his ass hanging thing you tied off carefully as to not penetrate it.

Like i said real easy!
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Ill have to show you the way Ive been doing them since we went out. It takes about 90 seconds for a boneless breast

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By all means show me the way!!

BTW Rick............I agree with ya but (I) think its easier to dress a deer than screw with a bird.

They are just so tiny.........is that why its easy for you?

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