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2 hours ago, NOREGRETS said:

While shed hunting north Jersey on Wednesday saw buzzards circling. Walked closer and came across a bed filled with blood  and sliced hair. 40 yards  further away buzzards picking at a fresh buck carcass. Head cut off. From the looks only backstraps taken.  What a shame. 

Maybe call game warden?

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That's a shame to waste a deer like that, but maybe because it was chewed up the hunter just took straps because they were not contaminated and head and tagged that deer. JUST SAYING MAYBE !

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2 hours ago, bushden said:

That's a shame to waste a deer like that, but maybe because it was chewed up the hunter just took straps because they were not contaminated and head and tagged that deer. JUST SAYING MAYBE !

It happened to me this year but I still only left the gut pile behind me. I am wondering if you are allowed to leave chewed up deer in the woods or you have to remove it as per regs. IDNK

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4 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

It happened to me this year but I still only left the gut pile behind me. I am wondering if you are allowed to leave chewed up deer in the woods or you have to remove it as per regs. IDNK

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I would not think it would be illegal as long as you tagged the deer and registered it.  It is really is nothing more than waste after the animals get to it. Just my guess but not certain Maybe one of the CO on the site can tell us.

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3 minutes ago, bushden said:

I would not think it would be illegal as long as you tagged the deer and registered it.  It is really is nothing more than waste after the animals get to it. Just my guess but not certain Maybe one of the CO on the site can tell us.

As bad as my buck looked I still ended up with one rear leg, backs straps , tender loins and entire front 

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Just now, Lunatic said:

As bad as my buck looked I still ended up with one rear leg, backs straps , tender loins and entire front 

Thats good you were able to save a bit and not loose it.

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Chewed up deer is not wanton waste. It is nature taking its course

There is nothing more intolerant than a liberal preaching tolerance 

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8 hours ago, NOREGRETS said:

While shed hunting north Jersey on Wednesday saw buzzards circling. Walked closer and came across a bed filled with blood  and sliced hair. 40 yards  further away buzzards picking at a fresh buck carcass. Head cut off. From the looks only backstraps taken.  What a shame. 

you shed hunting in this snow? Did you find any? 

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17 minutes ago, Bucndoe said:

Chewed up deer is not wanton waste. It is nature taking its course

Not that I am loosing sleep over it but its a grey area to me. You must do several things after harvesting and tagging the deer, including being in possession of its head for a while and I don't remember reading anything relaxing these requirements if predators or vultures get hold of it. How much damage would justify leaving it in the woods? 

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2 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

Not that I am loosing sleep over it but its a grey area to me. You must do several things after harvesting and tagging the deer, including being in possession of its head for a while and I don't remember reading anything relaxing these requirements if predators or vultures get hold of it. How much damage would justify leaving it in the woods? 

Your right that why I said I was not sure maybe a CO on the site can answer it for us. I know there has to be at least one here.

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I’m pretty sure if a deer is recovered the following day or later and ether chewed up or meat spoiled do to weather you must still call it in and get a confirmation #. And fill out tag on your  license. However I’m not sure about having to remove it from the woods 

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Of course a confirmation number is required for the possession of the usable meat and antlers. The chewed up stuff is unusable and garbage just like the gut pile. This isn't rocket science it is common sense. Sometimes I can't believe the silly stuff that is posted here and debated

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