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Medium rare loins and recovered broadheads


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Took a ride to Frankie's tonight with a buddy who was dropping off a deer. Picked up the two my son and I shot during 6 day. 

Was AMAZED at the amount of recovered broadheads and arrows that Frank had set aside in a pot from only the last couple of years. Had to have been a couple hundred there as well as in other sections of his shop. Took a pic and attached it below. 

One of the bucks is again going to a buddy who asked that the entire deer be ground with the exception of the backstraps and loins. He has his 3 huge Shiloh Shepards loving the clean protein of venison mixed in with some dog food.

Cooked up one of the loins from my son's deer when I got home, in butter only in the fry pan. Nothing better in our opinion. Was gone as soon as it was taken off the oven. 

 

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Thats a lot of arrow heads.

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12 hours ago, Bones said:

Interesting there is a good mix of mechanical and fixed blade broadheads in that bowl 

Can't blame the broadhead for a bad shot. Always tell the butcher if you didn't recover your broadhead.

 

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32 minutes ago, JHbowhunter said:

were all these confirmed by the hunters, as not being theirs ? (meaning not from their kill shot) 

Mixed Frank said. The bullets he has taken out of deer over the years was up there also. Lots of small caliber. 

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