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Old 07-09-2020, 02:39 PM   #21 (permalink)
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straight from the guidebook

You must obey the following rules to
transport big game in Utah:
•The head or sex organs of the animal
you’ve taken must remain attached to
the largest portion of its carcass.
•If you take an elk on a spike bull unit,
the antlers must remain attached to
the animal’s skull plate, and you must
transport the skull plate and antlers with
the carcass.
Good thing every big game animal I've ever harvested has come out all in one piece. My Goat this fall will be a different story though.

How does one say that one quarter or bag o' meat is the "largest" portion of its carcass? Is that quarter bigger than the one on the other side?
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How does one say that one quarter or bag o' meat is the "largest" portion of its carcass? Is that quarter bigger than the one on the other side?
I think common sense has to come in to play at some point. If you have a nipple attached to either hind, I think any reasonable CO is going to be fine with it.

Unless you have 5 quarters. Then you might have a little issue.
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I've heard of those 5 legged deer and elk, however I have never seen one

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Old 07-09-2020, 11:48 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I've heard of those 5 legged deer and elk, however I have never seen one

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Here’s a six legged one. There’s a three legged buck that lives by my house, see him almost daily.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lvzSJZJOkAk
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Here’s a six legged one. There’s a three legged buck that lives by my house, see him almost daily.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lvzSJZJOkAk
Look at all those quarters!!
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Here’s a six legged one. There’s a three legged buck that lives by my house, see him almost daily.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lvzSJZJOkAk
Look at all those quarters!!
😂 honestly though, I wonder how those extra quarters would taste 🤔
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😂 honestly though, I wonder how those extra quarters would taste 🤔
Probably about as good as they look
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How does one say that one quarter or bag o' meat is the "largest" portion of its carcass? Is that quarter bigger than the one on the other side?
easy, it's the one that is one testicle heavier
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