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Old 12-06-2005, 04:34 PM
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Question I hit a deer; Can I keep it?

Considering the amont of damage to my Grand Cherokee; can i go back and retreive the carcass or is it too late? Since I don't have a tag; what do I do?
It's funny (not haha funny) my wife hit a deer in her miata (with headlight up) and the was no damage; the deer just slid over the car. It was so fast , She wondered if it even happened.
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Old 12-06-2005, 04:50 PM
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deer

Not worth it. Sorting through the bone shards and putrid contents of the punctured gut won't make the tiny bit of unbruised urine tainted meat very tasty. Besides, what are you going to do with the carcass? Leave it for the buzzards.
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Old 12-06-2005, 04:52 PM
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It is illegal to take the deer.
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Its plenty legal in WI, as long as you call a cop in... You want it, call the cops on that thing... and if u dont, you can donate it to a worthy cause

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Old 12-06-2005, 05:03 PM
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Depends on the state! I know of some Wi folks that smacked deer the cop or warden would let them have it! Small comp for a busted car!!

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I dont know I dont think id be able to chew that meat at the table knowing my Jeep hit it.
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Old 12-06-2005, 06:13 PM
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Any deer hits we get in, the standing rule is,,, if there are any steaks left anywhere on the car, you can have them.
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depends on the state....some do some don't let you keep it without a tag....and keeping it depends on how the deer was hit.....if it ruptured intestins I would write off anything in the area....some have much good meat some have none....you should be able to tell tramatized meat...and trash it. But only if you haul and clean it right away....
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Old 12-06-2005, 08:41 PM
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Let it sit on the road for a couple days and get tenderized.
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Let it sit on the road for a couple days and get tenderized.
Basting in it's own juices and seasoned with blow fly larvae.
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depends on the state....some do some don't let you keep it without a tag....and keeping it depends on how the deer was hit.....if it ruptured intestins I would write off anything in the area....some have much good meat some have none....you should be able to tell tramatized meat...and trash it. But only if you haul and clean it right away....

depends on where you/deer are. i'm pretty sure you can in my state.. as to the meet: how cold has it been since you hit it? how long? depends where you hit it.. the rump and shoulders shouldn't be effected by spillage of the guts.. there (abdomen) is hardly any meat there anyway.. tongue should be pretty tender also
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