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after the hunt? #7056142
01/28/18 09:48 PM
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how long before the meat "turns"-and do you put the birds in an ice chest for transport? Asking for a friend wink

Re: after the hunt? [Re: lubbockdave] #7056385
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On a cool day hours. Always transport mine on ice, shortest drive time is an hour and some birds have been dead for 3-4 hours when I get in the truck.
If the meat has gone bad you'll know it as soon as you peel the skin back, Just give it a good sniff.


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Wingshooting is like sex for me - I love doing it but I'm just not that good at it.
Re: after the hunt? [Re: lubbockdave] #7056690
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Do you dove hunt?

From the time you kill your first bird or three until the time they are cleaned can be 4+ hours at 95-100F never peeled one back and thought oh that's bad. I'm sure there is a point that happens but I'd say it's not in the same daylight hours of the hunt at 35-60*F


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As long as it doesn't get above 50~ degrees we will leave em in the shade belly up sometimes until the afternoon before cleaning them.


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