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Old 10-30-2013, 08:18 AM
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CCR Hunting Pictures!

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This is the one i got this year. Walked up on him laying down, barely saw him. About 80 yards out so was a fairly easy shot. Right behind the right front shoulder and out the lower part of the neck on the left side.

I want to go elk hunting, and one year I would like to go turkey hunting. But beyond that I don't do much. No duck or pheasant hunting for me.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:23 AM
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That's a beauty!
I wanna go hunting for deer... But have never done it before and am a newbie!


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fairly new myself. I went through the class when I was 11, went hunting that first year with my dad and brother. Never got a chance to go again til last year, got a 3x2 mule deer. Went again this year and got that white tail. I am 27, so there was a lot of years I didn't go. I do it for the meat. I am not a trophy hunter. If I can get a good sized deer it will pretty much make it so that I don't have to buy meat until late spring. With that deer I got almost 20lbs of various small sized steaks, and close to 60lbs of hamburger. as well as about 5lbs of jerky.

I want to go turkey hunting once, just so at thanksgiving dinner I can say that the bird we are eating, I hunted and killed
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Huh. So you gut the deer yourself? That's the thing I don't know what to do.. That and what to with the meat exactly cuz I hear that doing it wrong makes the meat taste nasty!


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ya, its kinda tricky the first time. And you have to gut it a skin quickly. Then ya hang it and keep it cool and keep bugs off it.. If not the meat will spoil. Then you gotta start cuttin it up. keeping the back strap and some of the hind quarters are good steak. I make the rest hamburger. The ribs are usually to thin to keep as ribs, so just clean em up. Not to bad. I usually have my dad help in skinning and cutting up. I give him some of the meat. Goes quicker and he has done it more as my grandpa was a big time hunter. Im sure I would of gone more had he been around, but he got really sick when I was kid for a few years and then died when I 10. I got his rifle and took the class that spring.
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Nice 4x4 this year.

I don't cut it up myself but the place I take it to only charges 0.65 a lb for cut and wrap on all burger, steaks and roasts. To me that price is awesome for that. I always get some sausages and pepperoni sticks made up also which can drive the price up. But I make my own jerky with it and Eli is always bugging me for more.... Took 4lbs to a gtg and he probably had a 1/2lb before we even hit the road. Then I think he ate 2lbs while at the gtg....

Should be getting the meat back this weekend hopefully.




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Huh. So you gut the deer yourself? That's the thing I don't know what to do.. That and what to with the meat exactly cuz I hear that doing it wrong makes the meat taste nasty!


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We gut and skin right away before taking it to the butcher.


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Huh. So you gut the deer yourself? That's the thing I don't know what to do.. That and what to with the meat exactly cuz I hear that doing it wrong makes the meat taste nasty!


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What everyone else said. I remove the bladder as soon as I get in there. I don't think I have ever shot a dear without a full bladder. You definitely don't want urine on your speed beef.
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