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#6404820 - 08/12/16 08:52 AM Deer Dressing Education
STEW Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 06/10/12
Posts: 135
Loc: Mansfield, TX
Hey guys, I have deer hunted for the pass few years and I have never cleaned a deer myself. Do you know of any places/school that I could go to learn how to clean a deer?

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#6404838 - 08/12/16 09:00 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
Indyoshi Offline
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Registered: 10/12/15
Posts: 186
Loc: Dickinson, TX
Youtube has a bunch of really good videos. There are several methods, but all generally the same. Saw a vid recently that a guy gutted and skinned with head and legs off in less than two minutes. Takes me longer, but I see you're in houston. Im just south of houston. Ive only done two deer but plenty of hog and its all about the same. I dont have a deer to show you on, but when the time comes id be happy to show you how. Pm me if you want my contact info
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#6404842 - 08/12/16 09:03 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
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I can have one skinned and quartered in about 6 minutes. I'm slow around the back strap. grin
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#6405008 - 08/12/16 10:10 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: Indyoshi]
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Originally Posted By: Indyoshi
Youtube has a bunch of really good videos. There are several methods, but all generally the same. Saw a vid recently that a guy gutted and skinned with head and legs off in less than two minutes. Takes me longer, but I see you're in houston. Im just south of houston. Ive only done two deer but plenty of hog and its all about the same. I dont have a deer to show you on, but when the time comes id be happy to show you how. Pm me if you want my contact info


^ This. Youtube has many videos on the subject.

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#6405090 - 08/12/16 10:51 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
maximum Offline
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Registered: 09/30/09
Posts: 1661
it's really easier than folks make it out to be.
you'll also figure out what knives are practical
for butchering and which are for fashion

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#6405105 - 08/12/16 10:57 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
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Registered: 02/25/09
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Loc: Burleson Texas
Just keep the meat clean and cool.
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#6405114 - 08/12/16 10:59 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
dgilbert Offline
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Registered: 09/04/04
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There's hundreds of U-Tube's on it.

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#6405186 - 08/12/16 11:24 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
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Registered: 03/27/13
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It's well worth doing yourself. I can't show you how to do it. But I can show the results of a 110 lb. doe.

Tenderloins & Loins


Roasts from two hind legs


Chunks from shoulders for stew and daube


Bone-in neck (great for roast or soup)


Ground scraps and trimmings for burgers or sausage


TOTAL: 31 lbs. 10 oz. boneless meat plus the neck.
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#6405201 - 08/12/16 11:32 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
Buzzard Breath Offline
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Registered: 03/15/12
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nice pics

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#6405407 - 08/12/16 01:31 PM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
txtrophy85 Online   content
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Best thing is go to a meat market or processor and get hands on experience
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#6407503 - 08/14/16 10:18 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
Deerhunter61 Offline
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Registered: 08/27/08
Posts: 6414
Loc: DFW
As for you school....YouTube...and it's pretty cheap...


Edited by Deerhunter61 (08/14/16 10:19 AM)

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#6407556 - 08/14/16 11:13 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: STEW]
Dalee7892 Offline
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Registered: 05/04/15
Posts: 1508
Loc: Denton County
In my experience of processing a large game animal 1- work area large enough 2- correct processing utensils 3- right equipment ( grinder, vacuum packer, sausage maker etc.) 4- how many do you plan on doing yourself - time, expenses, cost compared to a processor.
I do quarter mine, take the back straps from there it goes to a processor.

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#6408794 - 08/15/16 09:16 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: hook_n_line]
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Registered: 11/18/08
Posts: 118
Originally Posted By: hook_n_line
I can have one skinned and quartered in about 6 minutes. I'm slow around the back strap. grin


Wow you're a real badass....

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#6408815 - 08/15/16 09:32 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: deftsound
Originally Posted By: hook_n_line
I can have one skinned and quartered in about 6 minutes. I'm slow around the back strap. grin


Wow you're a real badass....


I cheat a little. Only takes a few seconds to skin with my jeep and having an uncle who was a butcher show me where to put the knife is a bonus. Hogs take me way longer cause you can't yank the hide off of them like you can a deer.
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#6408832 - 08/15/16 09:47 AM Re: Deer Dressing Education [Re: hook_n_line]
PMK Online   content
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Registered: 09/10/12
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Loc: Central TX (Gtown/Austin)
Originally Posted By: hook_n_line
Originally Posted By: deftsound
Originally Posted By: hook_n_line
I can have one skinned and quartered in about 6 minutes. I'm slow around the back strap. grin


Wow you're a real badass....


I cheat a little. Only takes a few seconds to skin with my jeep and having an uncle who was a butcher show me where to put the knife is a bonus. Hogs take me way longer cause you can't yank the hide off of them like you can a deer.

be sure the rope hanging the deer out of the tree is stronger than the rope attached to vehicle ... only took once to learn that lesson bang
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