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Processors in Tyler for an Elk #7598409 09/05/19 04:20 AM
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My nephew shot a cow elk in Colorado and considering getting it processed at Jim & Buddy’s in Tyler.
Anyone have any knowledge of this place? Or good experience with others?
He just got home with it quartered out and has to take it somewhere on his lunch hour tomorrow - Thursday.

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That backstrap makes me drool just looking at it.
edit> mods, if this post more suited to other section please move it for me. thanks.


Last edited by Jon; 09/05/19 04:53 AM. Reason: not sure where best to post this question
Re: Processors in Tyler for an Elk [Re: Jon] #7598522 09/05/19 12:41 PM
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Congrats to your nephew!


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Patrick Fuller at Circle M Meats just outside Tyler is who does all my game animals.

https://www.facebook.com/circlemmeats/

(903) 539-3923

Congratulations to your nephew on the elk!!!

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Thanks Eddie. I'll pass this along.

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I don't know much about it but I heard theres a place that's good between Tyler and Troup. Maybe Carnes?


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Originally Posted by laid over
Congrats to your nephew!


And that backstrap looks huge!


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Gonna be some good eatin, congrats.

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Originally Posted by EddieWalker
Patrick Fuller at Circle M Meats just outside Tyler is who does all my game animals.

https://www.facebook.com/circlemmeats/

(903) 539-3923

Congratulations to your nephew on the elk!!!



I have no idea around Tyler, but I do know Eddie and would trust him on this 100% If you saw his trophy wall, you'd understand.

Ditto on the congrats as well. up


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Can't help with the processing, but congrats to your nephew!

Re: Processors in Tyler for an Elk [Re: Jon] #7598759 09/05/19 03:38 PM
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Thanks Guys! Quite a story that goes with this kill. Maybe I can get the details.
Public land hunt and some of the highlights were:

Called in 4 hunters to within 40 yds with a bull call.
had one hunter walk by within 7 yds that never saw him.
Witnessed some yayhoo walking around using his phone during prime time hunting hours.
A cow elk is one tough animal - capable of going a mile and a half after a solid lung shot spraying blood all over the place.

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Seen all that and more over the years, then they go home and bitch because they didn't see anything.

Kudos to your nephew for actually "hunting", he has meat in the freezer and a story to tell up


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Re: Processors in Tyler for an Elk [Re: Jon] #7600171 09/07/19 04:01 AM
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I've used Jim and Buddy before and love their work. They make some great sausage too. Congratulations to the young man. I hope to bring one back in Oct.

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