Re: Carcas Disposal
Carcass disposal can be a big deal and should not be done in a thoughtless manner. If I gun them they usually die in a good place to leave them, don't drag them all to your truck unless you have a spot to dispose of them like a deep draw where no one frequents out of site or in a pit.
I used to have to dispose of hundreds of coyote carcasses and it can be hard, the best is to skin right there and leave at the kill site that way the birds and other coyotes slick them up fast.
If I want to let the rancher know I'm getting them killed I scalp them and hang the ears on the fence near a gate to the field where I killed them, that way you don't have a whole carcass hanging there, times are changing and we need to protect our sport anyway possible and present as good of a face as we can.
High Fence, Low Fence, Stuck in the Fence, if I can Tag it and Eat it, it's Hunting!
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