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One for the smoker

Messages posted to thread:
kennym 10-Jan-19
slowbow 10-Jan-19
Supernaut 10-Jan-19
sir misalots 10-Jan-19
WildernessBuck 10-Jan-19
lost run 10-Jan-19
murph 11-Jan-19
GF 11-Jan-19
Buzz 11-Jan-19
RC 11-Jan-19
timex 11-Jan-19
JustinB 11-Jan-19
kennym 11-Jan-19
Pa Steve 11-Jan-19
Babysaph 11-Jan-19
South Farm 11-Jan-19
Wayne Hess 11-Jan-19
RC 11-Jan-19
CD 11-Jan-19
Gray Goose Shaft 11-Jan-19
Riverwolf 11-Jan-19
RAU 11-Jan-19
Ken Taylor 11-Jan-19
RymanCat 11-Jan-19
South Farm 11-Jan-19
Bowmania 11-Jan-19
George Tsoukalas 11-Jan-19
kennym 11-Jan-19
Stoner 11-Jan-19
Stoner 11-Jan-19
Sawtooth (Original) 11-Jan-19
Greg D 11-Jan-19
kennym 11-Jan-19
timex 12-Jan-19
nowheels 12-Jan-19
From: kennym
Date: 10-Jan-19

kennym's embedded Photo



Took one for cooking on the Weber tonite. Ended up being a bb, couldn’t see the buttons and had no time to look with binos. Will be awesome on the Weber !!

From: slowbow
Date: 10-Jan-19




Congratulations he will be good eating .

From: Supernaut
Date: 10-Jan-19




Congrats sir, good eating!

From: sir misalots
Date: 10-Jan-19




nothing wrong with that

From: WildernessBuck
Date: 10-Jan-19




Awesome,congrats on a fine looking deer. He is going to be some good eating for sure. Nice job.

From: lost run
Date: 10-Jan-19




Congrats, a good late season trophy.

From: murph
Date: 11-Jan-19




Its all steaks my friend ,all steaks.

From: GF
Date: 11-Jan-19




2 words: Veal. Chops.

Enjoy them vittles!

From: Buzz
Date: 11-Jan-19




Congrats.

From: RC
Date: 11-Jan-19




Good job ole timer...

From: timex
Date: 11-Jan-19




tender vittles & a great looking bow as well

From: JustinB
Date: 11-Jan-19




Hey weren't you just shooting a recurve a week or two ago?? Nice bow! Love the fiddleback

From: kennym
Date: 11-Jan-19




Thanks folks!

No recurves here, haven't shot one for several years. This is my shop built TD longbow, 64" - 48@28... 2nd year with it and it has done me well. Keep thinking I'll build something else but this one shoots very well for me.

From: Pa Steve
Date: 11-Jan-19




Congrats on a fine whitetail.

From: Babysaph
Date: 11-Jan-19




We want to see a picture on the grill. Congats

From: South Farm
Date: 11-Jan-19




Nice job...on the deer and the bow!

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 11-Jan-19




Kenny, nothing wrong with that weight now, When you get older build another one, Men with brains works good, lol

From: RC
Date: 11-Jan-19




He marked it 48 but rumor has it, it's 38#:)

From: CD
Date: 11-Jan-19




Congrats!

From: Gray Goose Shaft
Date: 11-Jan-19




Nice bow and good eating.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 11-Jan-19




Every "gift" is just that...A Gift . Enjoy it to the fullest , and Congratulations.

From: RAU
Date: 11-Jan-19




Congrats!!

From: Ken Taylor
Date: 11-Jan-19




Good going... sounds great!

The best venison roasts I ever ate were from a button buck I killed in Virginia many years ago.

From: RymanCat
Date: 11-Jan-19




Fawns are one thing and BB are something else. There's your 12 pt in 5 years. LOL

Only thing worse than a BB is shooting 2 together that made me sick cause I didn't take the time to watch close enough.

Kill took over on the eye of the predator. Tell us it didn't.

From: South Farm
Date: 11-Jan-19




A deer is a deer is a deer. Only person needs to worry about what's growing out it's head is the guy that shoots it.

From: Bowmania Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Jan-19




I made that mistake once. Two BB's together with a doe, didn't even think of looking.

Bowmania

From: George Tsoukalas
Date: 11-Jan-19




Congratulations! Jawge

From: kennym
Date: 11-Jan-19




No the kill didn’t take over. I wanted a small one to cook quarters on grill. I looked hard but couldn’t make out buttons at eight yards so I shot the deer thinking it was a doe dawn . Exactly what I was after.

Had it been a doe, in five years she might have busted me when this one was coming in...

;)

From: Stoner
Date: 11-Jan-19




Vealision is some mighty fine table fare. My first deer and a few crop deprivation tags have been one year old's. John

From: Stoner
Date: 11-Jan-19




By the way I love the quilted wood on those limbs. Got some in the personal stash from the cabinet shop I worked in along with some birdseye. When I figure out how to cut my own laminations. John

From: Sawtooth (Original) Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 11-Jan-19




Way to go. That one will eat well!!

From: Greg D
Date: 11-Jan-19




Kenny, how do you do them in the smoker?

From: kennym
Date: 11-Jan-19




Actually a Weber kettle grill. A pile of charcoal on both sides not under the quarter. Fire it up and let it go a couple hours. Check with meat thermometer and add coals if needed . I think about 165-170 is what I try for in thickest area.

From: timex
Date: 12-Jan-19

timex's embedded Photo



if it's not to late take a front shoulder put it in a jumbo Ziploc bag with a brine consisteng of 2 cups water 1/2 cup Morton tender quick 1 cup brown sugar & 2-3 tsp fresh ground black pepper remove all air from bag & refrigerate for a few days turning occasionally. then brush with oil & cook over hot coals. or in a smoker lo & slow the meat will be pink & look & taste like pork ham

From: nowheels
Date: 12-Jan-19




Good job and beautiful bow!





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