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re: Gating canals in houma area - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Water doesn't magically turn private property into public.[/quote] Dam the canals to prevent public tidal flow then. Then you will truly have your farmer brown comparison. ...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
I asked the old man I visit, what do they do with all of the waste? He told me that they pile it up way back in the pasture and the coyotes take care of it. He told me that one time they tried to run over the bone yard with a bush hog, and ended up busting all of the tires on his tractor. ...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Are you talking about Dowling's? [/quote] That's it! I couldn't remember, but I just checked Google street view. The folks I know live on Traylor Rd, almost straight across...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
If anyone needs info about self-processing your deer, I found this website 10 years ago, and it is helpful for de-boning if you're not sure. It still takes me forever to get it done though. [link=(http://www.eckrich.org/)]Deer Cuts[/link] ...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
OP, if you've never had Mickey Brown's burritos, go check Rouse's there for a sample. They're about $6 for a pack of three beef burritos, and are exactly the same as the one's you'll get from deer. If they have them in Thibodaux, and another grocer in Natchez has them, you should be able to find the...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Somewhat on this note, can someone fill me in on deer meat with respect to cuts? Like, your average LA doe will yield 5lb sausage, 5lb ground, 10lb roast etc. I have no idea.[/quote] I had another deer this year that was roughly 120-130 lbs, that I processed myself. I kept the neck, the ba...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
Not sure where OP is from, but there's a place in Houma, Mickey Brown's, that makes awesome burritos. I've seen his beef burritos at Rouses supermarket, and even at a grocery store in Natchez. So you can taste test before you decide to have them made. Last year, with 10 lbs of deer meat, I think I g...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]LSUballs [/quote] I know someone in Simmsboro, and I've been to the "locker plant" across the road from them a few times. Very interesting to see. Those skinners are like samurai. Blows my mind how many deer they process in a season. I think it was >5000. And yes, much different than down ...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
Receipt from this year: 4 legs and neck from 185# deer: Jalapeno/Cheese Sausage $2.60 X 20# = $ 52.00 Cajun Sausage $2.30 X 20# = $ 46.00 Deer Jerky (smoked) $4.00 X 15 packs = $ 60.00 Deer Sticks (smoked) $5.00 X 20 packs = $100.00 De-bone ...
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re: Deer processing - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Debone it yourself and save 40-50 bucks. [/quote] Though true, I would advise against this if you're not used to doing it. That's a lot of tedious work to get the meat clean and free of connective tissue (silvery skin that covers each muscle). This will take hours of your time. If all you ...
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re: Why are deer bigger in some places rather than others - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Biologists long ago identified eight distinct subspecies of whitetail deer in North America. In addition to the Coues deer and what I used to know as the Keys Deer (now generally referred to as the “Seminole deer”), there are six other subpopulations of whitetails--the differences between the...
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re: Gps for hunting - Tiger-Striped-Bass
I'm outdated on what's out there, but make sure it has/uses electronic compass. Without compass, at least it used to be this way, your map/bearings are not live unless you are moving. I was showing someone around in the swamp and marking with their GPS, and that threw me for a while until I figured ...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
I'm under the impression that shooting hunting dogs on your property is illegal. I've been told of some who have had to pay damages for doing so. But I don't know if that is factual or not. Either way, I wont do it though. Not that I couldn't bring myself to it-I easily could. Not that I couldn't c...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Elaborate please[/quote] I didn't mean at all that the deer don't leave a 600 acre piece of land. I meant that nothing on our 600 acres ever "leaves" in terms of impacting a neighbor's hunt, or way of hunting(like dogs do). We are a non-factor to their enjoyment, the way we should all be. ...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]You do know that it's legal for them to come on your property looking for dogs as long as they do not have a loaded firearm, don't you?[/quote] Yes. In fact, when they run next to us, I wish every one of them spent the rest of the day on our lease until all of their dogs were picked up. Th...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]Seapickle[/quote] After reading your post again, the club I thought you were in does not allow morning hunts outside of the dog drives. So I was wrong in my assumption of who you're with. I still have an idea though. I just thought those had already discontinued. ...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]150 acre still hunt "clubs" [/quote] 600 Acres- admittedly not a huge tract. But guess what, nothing from our 600 acres ever crosses the property line. If we decide to have a new years fireworks show, our effect on neighbors dies when the party is over. We have dogs every day for weeks at a ...
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re: Running Deer dogs? - Tiger-Striped-Bass
[quote]SeaPickle [/quote] I can tell from your description of the two clubs, that the other one is all around us. They have no tracking collars. They have dozens of dogs and hunt for days and weeks at a time without retrieving the dogs they've left behind on each and every hunt. We have dogs on o...
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re: O-T electricians, need advise to replace my breaker box. - Tiger-Striped-Bass
what's the rationale for disallowing double tapped neutrals?...
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re: Help please...Planting Ryegrass - Tiger-Striped-Bass
Depending on what you're looking for, annual ryegrass (most commonly found at Lowes/Walmart etc and intended for livestock) will not make a pretty lawn. Sure it will grow like crazy and be bright green, but it will be saturated with water look shaggy, and will not take to mowing very well. Perennial...
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