binellishtr wrote: »
learn how to quarter a deer without ever having to mess with that,or guttin it. Unless your gonna hang it for a while.
Lc-hunter86 wrote: »
Yup I bone em out hanging...soooooo much better. People I know always want to gut their deer as soon as they kill them. When I ask them why...they say well I dunno...just always have lol.
Chopper wrote: »
Hunting mostly public land I gut most of them. It drops allot of the weight off. Some places we hunt are 1.5 hours walk without a dead deer. Noticeable difference. Nothing like making your way back to the truck at 10:30 at night by yourself with a gutted deer:). If I'm close in and it's cool they don't get gutted.
publichunter wrote: »
Do you guys take the ribs?
flyinfish wrote: »
What about the argument that deboning the meat before the deer is fully cooled down makes it tougher? Is the difference noticeable? I sure as he'll don't know
gottheitch22 wrote: »
ITS alot easier to get the fishers out when you gut them
davidflorida wrote: »
ImageUploadedByTapatalk1358902902.735071.jpg what is your favorite knife for getting the but put.
flydown wrote: »
Umm...what is this fisher thing you refer to? I only see two definitions of fishers, and neither one has anything to do with a deer.
A large brown marten (Martes pennanti) valued for its fur, found in North American woodland where it frequently preys on porcupines.