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Looking for recommendations for Axis Deer Meat processing #5047817 03/31/14 11:58 PM
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I'm taking my son on an axis hunt in late April.

I'm looking for recommendations for meat processing. We haven't done a lot deer hunting over the past couple years,...been spending too much time bird hunting and fishing.

Thanks for the help.

TBD

Last edited by TexasBlueDevil; 03/31/14 11:58 PM.


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Re: Looking for recommendations for Axis Deer Meat processing [Re: TexasBlueDevil] #5048359 04/01/14 11:30 AM
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If you are on the north side of town I can't say enough good things about Ainsworth in Magnolia...good people, and great flavors.

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