Gutting a deer with a gut hook is a very popular sport in many states. The idea behind gutting a deer with a gut hook is to remove the antlers in one fell swoop, and also to leave a little bit of meat on the antlers for later consumption by the deer. Most people who gut their deer with a gut hook do so because they feel that it’s more humane than the removal of the entire antler. While this may be true, it’s not always the best option for a few reasons. First of all, the animal will almost always die in just a few hours, before any of the antlers can be eaten. If you’re going to attempt to gut a deer with a gut hook, make sure that you have someone watching the activity, and that you are not using too much force when removing the antlers.
Another reason why it’s not the best choice to gut a deer with a hook is that you could cause an unnecessary accident if the antlers fall into the wrong hands. If someone were to come in while you are gutting a deer with a hook, there is a good chance that they would try to pick them off with a pair of gardening shears. The problem with using shears to gut a deer with a hook is that they don’t work especially well in this situation. If you use a chainsaw, chances are that you’ll have some antlers fall off in chunks, which would probably be very difficult to clean up.
When you’re trying to gut a deer with a hook, you need to make sure that you’ve got some form of neutral ground to work on. You should use something like a log or a tree stump as your neutral. Once you’ve located some good sized antlers, you need to carefully remove them. Before you use any kind of cutting tool, you need to make sure that the antlers are completely clean and dry. If you happen to drop anything that’s got hair on it, you want to make sure that you wipe it off before using the chainaw again.