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    I know. It would have messed up the whole freezer in my mind.
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    I had to chunk one this week also. The idea of pus/maggots in mind with every bite made the decision easy for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodieSC View Post
    ALL of it, or just the ham with the injury?

    Just curious, what the heck was the arrow doing back in the ham?

    Nice deer.
    Had the arrow been in the ham, the deer would have been dead in <50 yards...and that's a fact.
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    if it looks like yogurt don't eat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Tape View Post
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    White spot was original arrow wound. Pus lined the whole blackstrap.

    Yard man wanted the deer but we decided against. Gave him one last week.
    Quote Originally Posted by WhitewaterDuck View Post
    Had the arrow been in the ham, the deer would have been dead in <50 yards...and that's a fact.
    I was thinking the back leg as I’ve never heard of the backstrap called a ham before.
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