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post #46 of 58 Old 10-03-2016, 08:23 AM
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Here he is, came my way 8:30 this morning. Yesterday saw some movement but all too far to shoot.
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Good choice to take him out of the gene pool. So, did you get into a fist fight with him and just beat him to death??


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post #47 of 58 Old 10-03-2016, 12:54 PM
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Nope, just walked right up to me, took one look and surrendered
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post #49 of 58 Old 10-07-2016, 03:17 PM
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Thanks Chris87xj

I found out the other day that the town Im hunting in will replace every doe tag I fill in an effort to reduce the population. They've had an overpopulation problem for a long time and this is their method to try and reduce the numbers. They also have a donation system called Feed The Hungry, which will accept any deer above what you'd like to keep, and is also located at the check station which replaces your tags....... Very cool in my opinion.

We have other donation programs too, but this is the first Ive seen that will give you unlimited tag replacement. Definitely a better program than paying snipers or chemical sterilization (which cost about 1000$ per head) The sterilization also leaves the meat useless for a 2 yr period, basically before the 2 yrs has passed the meat can't be eaten. The deer are collared and you have to report the kill, they then will tell you when it was sterilized and if it is safe to consume or should be disposed of... Not something I'd trust

I dont hunt those parts of the island, but if one came my way, it would keep on going since I hunt mainly for meat.

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Both of the big ones evaded me but still plenty happy with these two



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Very nice Cody..

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Thanks, better than last year. Next year should be great since it'll be the 3rd year there and i have a better understanding of the land.

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Good Lord, Cody! Here in Delaware those two bucks would be named Myth and Legend! Congrats on 2 nice deer!!

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Haha thanks, I'm not afraid to travel for hunting and I'm fortunate with job that let's me. Here is my first buck, an old 2x3 thats 28" wide and heavy. Still my favorite one, but the giant 4 point that I stalked this year had a frame like him

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Cody, I am a Southern boy and all we got here are White Tails .

Is that a Mule Deer ?
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Yep it's a muley, I tried whitetail hunting in montana but the limited public land by the river beds made it a big challenge. Muleys are dumb. I still want to get a whitetail, I hear they taste great

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Only reason I hunt white tails is to fill the freezer. Went through 3 mature deer and 1 yearling last year... and guess what's for dinner tonight.

Make no mistake about it, I've had venison cooked by others that I wouldn't feed my dog, but with a little care in prep and cooking, it's delicious.

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I kept the backstraps, then had one being turned into summersasuage and Italian sasuage, then the other I pressure cooked. Great for street tacos or puting in an omelette, plus I don't have to worry about the freezer going out. Next year I may try some bacon burger that the taxidermist does. I hunt for fun and the meat is just a bonus.

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