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DIY deer processing: tenderloins

Doing it yourself is cheaper, faster and better than taking a deer to a game processor.
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DIY deer processing: hams

Doing it yourself is cheaper, faster and better than taking a deer to a game processor.
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DIY deer processing: backstraps

Doing it yourself is cheaper, faster and better than taking a deer to a game processor.
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DIY deer processing: shoulders

Doing it yourself is cheaper, faster and better than taking a deer to a game processor.
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Preparation is everything when processing deer

A designated camp cleaning area, which can be as simple as an open-air shed with a concrete or wooden floor. A garage, post barn or even a lodge porch can work great.
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Deer processing—a rural artform

Wwhitetail populations at record-high levels and hunters collecting more deer than ever before, many sportsmen have learned that processing a deer for the grill or freezer is no big deal.
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Dynamite deer hunting down in Dixie-part 2

Renowned for deer numbers and top-quality hunting, the South is a producer of “book” bucks.
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Dynamite deer hunting down in Dixie

Renowned for deer numbers and top-quality hunting, the South is a producer of “book” bucks.
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Honker Haven: Pierre, South Dakota

On the Missouri River, near sprawling Lake Oahe, Canada geese far outnumber people — and the hunting can be out of this world.
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Busting Nocturnal Bucks

Here’s what to do when deer refuse to show during daylight hunting hours.
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