gangrig25 wrote:SO YOU WANT A PAT ON THE BACK OR WHAT
bgoldhunter wrote:When you drop one off to a processor, he isn't going to have time to do anything then.
It's gonna sit in his cooler for 3-4 days before he can get to it anyways.....
Sagebrush wrote: in Calif. one old trick is to place the meat between bed mattresses during the day ,when temperatures rise, which keeps the meat cool, if you don't have a cooler.
Botiz630 wrote:Careful, then you'll have to get something to get rid of the geckos. And then something to get rid of what got rid of the geckos. Before you known it your camp will be full of great white sharks fighting velociraptors.
Rick Hall wrote:Never mind the ideal. I thought it pretty gross when I moved to the sunny South, too, but likely 9/10ths or more of Southern deer do time in ice water and taste just fine if handled with care before hand. Doubt the water gets far enough into the meat to have much effect on flavor, and know I've never heard of anyone getting sick on it.
(We've eaten three or four a year processed that way since the mid '80s.)
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