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Thread: A must for your next Deer Cert

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    A must for your next Deer Cert

    With all the differences in opinion over how much a trainee should bring into his or hers next level of training....

    One small sharp knife....




    Tim.243
    Stalking is very much like going to the night club

    You can always tell an Essex Boy, just you cant tell him much...

    An hour in the field is worth a week of typing trash.....




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    No lymph node inspection at all
    haunch dumped into bucket with gralloch, then taken out
    A lot of meat wasted (only took haunches, fillets and tender loins?)

    yep, quite possible to do a quick job (if you're gonna do a crappy one)
    just sayin

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    He's done it before...but the chap on the saw nearly had him splitting the haunch..

    this guy from NZ is anatomically aware, i like his method


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    Quote Originally Posted by palmer_mike View Post
    No lymph node inspection at all
    haunch dumped into bucket with gralloch, then taken out
    A lot of meat wasted (only took haunches, fillets and tender loins?)

    yep, quite possible to do a quick job (if you're gonna do a crappy one)
    just sayin
    +1

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    What concerned me most was the safety aspect of the guy with the saw , I would not want him a few inches from my prized parts with that saw !!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmer_mike View Post
    No lymph node inspection at all
    In the states they don't place any importance on lymph node inspection.

    Tell you what Mike, you wouldn't like the way we dealt with the Elk/Deer last time i was over there, all butchered in the field.
    But, we took ALL the meat with us, if you don't you can get a serious fine for wasting the meat.
    Cheers
    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick6point5 View Post
    He's done it before...but the chap on the saw nearly had him splitting the haunch..

    this guy from NZ is anatomically aware, i like his method

    A neat job,with such a small knife. Just goes to show it's not the size rather how you use it !
    Thanks for posting rick.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    But, we took ALL the meat with us, if you don't you can get a serious fine for wasting the meat.

    That guy must be bankrupt then
    Unprofessional job and Un hygienic
    Total disrespect to the quarry

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick6point5 View Post
    He's done it before...but the chap on the saw nearly had him splitting the haunch..

    this guy from NZ is anatomically aware, i like his method

    This is how I do my deer even when back at home. No point in me keeping haunches whole as its only really me that eats them and even though I'm a greedy bugger I couldn't eat a whole haunch in one go!

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    Do it as you do, if nobody dies in a different culture far away... its all good and just their way.

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