With the temperatures remaining HOT this archery season, it is important to get your game meat cooled as quickly as possible. With lots of archery hunters harvesting game far from the nearest freezer, the clock is ticking as soon as the critter expires. To save time breaking your beast down, try the gutless method.
This method allows you to break your harvest down and get it cooling much faster than trying to haul the entire critter out. But, some hunters consider “guts” like the heart and liver to be a delicacy and not go to waste. So how do you harvest the heart while using the gutless method? It is easier than you might think.
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