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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by mac0492, Dec 5, 2019.
Yep. Feel like changing my name on here to either Larry, Curly or Moe
Looks like they chewed the horn and nose off pretty good ...
Yeah, the main beam looks to be about 1-2” shorter. It was damaged during velvet and had broken off. The definitely did a number on it.
What do you charge?
I also hate stray dogs,for numerous reasons.
Awww hell. You meant well doing it. Who would have thought that. Really. But I don’t even hang in tree or bury them anymore just cause that. glad you found it
Man, I do my own Euros, you can be done in afew hours. You don’t have to leave the head out to rot.
Folks do what you have done in some shape or fashion all the time......your certainly not the first. I would never advise leaving anything out that you really cared about,......it is a total crap shoot and luck if nothing happens to it. Glad you got it back.
All you need to do is put it under a big tub while leaving the edge up so bugs can crawl to it. Put a block on top to weight it down. If it’s warm enough the bugs will clean most off in a week or two. I always simmer mine in water because it doesn’t stink and doesn’t take too long.
All I do with mine is skin the head and I have a cheap 5 dollar stainless pot put about a cup or two in the pot with that water and deer bring it to a boil then let it simmer for 45 min take the head out by the horns and act like ur throwing it but don’t let go hahah and all the meat falls out of it even in the nasal cavity it works really good you might have to take a knife and scrape a couple little spots off then soak in peroxide for three days
Here is my mule deer I done this year
Just read the first post you have to put a cup or two of baking soda in the water
Not arguing with you at all because I have never tried your method. But I use sal soda not baking soda and a three day soak in peroxide seems like an awfully long time. I’ve seen bone turn to chalk after 24 hours.
I do not use baking soda or sal soda. I do have to boil mine for hours and hours then I use peroxide gel from a hair shop for just an hour or two
The baking soda does something to the meat makes it like a jello and I’ve done it just by boiling them in just water but I read online about the baking soda and never done it without it again makes it super easy. As for sal soda I have no idea what that is haha I guess I’m to young. But if it makes it easier I’m all for it and the peroxide I’ve never had any problems with them turning chalky