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Shot Just before dark, in Victorian High Country :D
Weight, not sure, but heavy... 200kg's + (can't lift the 2 back legs on my own)

Got out as much meat as possible, then head torch went flat,, and struggled to get out in the dark, up hill 150mts. Exhausted when finished.

Now hanging in my shed...TENDERIZING
YUM !
 

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Bucky, we have Sandbar Deer here too but they eat Tulabees and taste like fish.:confused:
 

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Best thing was, a mate rang me today, and told me off for not dropping it off to him, as he has a "chiller".
Not the best time of the year for me to let it hang in the shed, with some 30c degree days coming up.
All is now good, so I gave him a lend of my old Leopold scope, at I recently replaced with a Vortex Viper, for his Ruger 338 WM
All good deeds deserve repaying.
Probably cut it up on Friday night.
 

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Shot Just before dark, in Victorian High Country :D
Weight, not sure, but heavy... 200kg's + (can't lift the 2 back legs on my own)

Got out as much meat as possible, then head torch went flat,, and struggled to get out in the dark, up hill 150mts. Exhausted when finished.

Now hanging in my shed...TENDERIZING
YUM !
Nice buck Bucky. Ain't it great when you finally connect? Congrats.
 

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old brass

Sorry Mate, I missed replying to your question about my favourite recipe .
Roast Bambi.
Am gunna do some chilly pies, tmro
Wish me luck
 
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