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    This is the 5x5 elk I shot a few weeks ago here in Summit County. It took a few days to get the whole thing packaged and in the freezer. Just this weekend I finished the the final steps by grinding up 50lbs of the scraps into burger, hot Italian sausage and summer sausage (with some much appreciated help from Ski Stef). It was a #$&*load of work but so worth it...the elk meat is so delicious.


  2. #22
    wow! That's a big animal. Nice job.
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    That thing is enormous.
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    That thing is enormous.
    that's what she said.

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    Lots of nice meat there vdk...lots of big buck this season up in Maine. Herd has rebounded.
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    thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by bigbog View Post
    Lots of nice meat there vdk...lots of big buck this season up in Maine. Herd has rebounded.
    that's good to hear, hopefully the trend continues

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by vdk03 View Post
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    This is the 5x5 elk I shot a few weeks ago here in Summit County. It took a few days to get the whole thing packaged and in the freezer. Just this weekend I finished the the final steps by grinding up 50lbs of the scraps into burger, hot Italian sausage and summer sausage (with some much appreciated help from Ski Stef). It was a #$&*load of work but so worth it...the elk meat is so delicious.
    nice VDK03, you'll be allset for the year!!

  8. #28
    I hunt here for Elk! I read the menu and pick what I want. And yes it is good!

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  9. #29
    I'm going to give hunting a whirl this season. Deer here in nw New Jersey are like mosquitoes, we need more hunters. I've shot various firearms my entire life, and skinning looks easy, the only bit I'm apprehensive about is the field dressing as it looks somewhat complicated for a first-timer unless you've been shown how and I'm worried about spoiling the meat (which is my #1 motivation for hunting, the tasty, tasty venison).
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  10. #30
    if you ask around at the local markets you may find that the local butcher will, for a price, butcher and package up your deer. all you have to do is field dress .

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