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#5519701 - 01/04/15 05:46 PM Dead Deer Submerged Overnight
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Registered: 08/18/12
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Loc: Chambers County
A guy at work shot a buck last night and he found it today in a bayou covered in 3 foot of water. It was in the mid thirties overnight but I'm not sure of the water temp. He was dead for 10 hours. Think he's still good?
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#5519719 - 01/04/15 05:48 PM Re: Dead Deer Submerged Overnight [Re: TexFlip]
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I would say no. If that muddy water got inside the body cavity through the entry and exit wounds I would not chance it. Water temp would be more critical than air temp also IMO.
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#5519724 - 01/04/15 05:51 PM Re: Dead Deer Submerged Overnight [Re: TexFlip]
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Cut off a piece of meat and cook in hot skillet with no seasoning, will know from smell if bad
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