LFTS 11/29

Discussion in 'Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by Go Lions!!!!, Nov 29, 2020.

  1. bluealaskan

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    Great day, beautiful buck. Congrats!!
     
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  2. vsmorgantown

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    Excellent job on a solid buck! Congrats. What a great weekend....coyote, great buck and Patricia and Quinn fired doesn’t get any better than that.
     

  3. vsmorgantown

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    Nice job Macs. But...what are you rinsing multiple times?
     
  4. vsmorgantown

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    That’s gonna put a smile on anyone’s face! Well done. Congrats.
     
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  5. Stubee

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    Congrats GoLions & GRRat!
     
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  6. Macs13

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    Just making sure that I didn't freeze and package up any stray hairs, mostly.

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  7. FREEPOP

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    That's fiber for your diet.. Gives you a little tickle on the way out :D
     
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  8. Waif

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    A damp clean rag can hold hair when you wipe the hair on to it.
    Skinning time is when you can reduce hair the most.
    Some folks run a fast torch over hair pieces left on meat after skinning. It crinkles them if not hit too hard and breaks their tenacity.

    Now you know that a butchering party can also be called a hair picking party...:lol:
     
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  9. vsmorgantown

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    Gotcha, I never rinse my meat after the initial gut job. I've always heard that you shouldn't rinse meat with water after processing and before freezing. As mentioned by Waif if you're worried about the hair try the torch method it works well. Congrats again on a great season and freezer full of delicious venison.
     
  10. Eric Bee

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    I have used my shop vac after skinning the animal. It works real good
     
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  11. "Big Tuna"

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    Yes. It is a Browning Nomad Stalker. Probably sixty plus years old.
     
  12. Airoh

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    Looks like my fist bow. It’s sixty years old too. Not a Browning though.
    I still have it and the kids learned to shoot with it.
     
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