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#3202031 - 03/23/13 10:49 PM Cure for Bloody Clothes
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I saw Rugers post and the pic of MAN's pants after carrying his turkey.



I hope you don't mind me using your pic Ruger....


For those of you that ride home in your camo after a hunt.... or just to keep the mess to a minimum.

Put a couple of ZipLoc bags in your turkey vest. The heavier ones with the little zipper tab will last longer for multiple uses. Or if you just have regular Ziploc bags you can use a heavy rubberband or piece of string to secure.... but slip the bag over the turkeys head and secure. Any blood or mess that comes out while walking to the truck will be caught in the bag instead of dripping down the back of your vest and pants.

Hope that tip helps some of you guys avoid having to deal with the bloody mess.
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#3202049 - 03/23/13 11:11 PM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: Grizzly Johnson]
Layne
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That's a great tip, I keep one in my vest after have to deal with too many bloody pants cleanups.
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#3202113 - 03/24/13 06:18 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: Layne]
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I got another tip. A Primos carry strap I got from Wing Supply. Has a orange nylon bag to go over the head and a loop for the feet. Carry a gobbler easy and bloody mess free.

PS I wouldn't have bought this if it weren't less than $5. Since I already had an order going I bought that too.

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#3202117 - 03/24/13 06:25 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: tasaman]
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Plastic walmart bag works also!
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#3202129 - 03/24/13 07:02 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: PalsPal]
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Very good tip.
I tired to get man to let me just chunk it in the game bag part of my vest but he would have none of that.
He wanted to carry it out. \:\)
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#3202174 - 03/24/13 08:08 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: RUGER]
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I just carry them in front of me arms extended and do curls as I walk. That way I get a workout at the same time haha
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#3202232 - 03/24/13 09:13 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: REN]
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Good tips... But one off topic question. Why do y'all call him Man?
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#3202239 - 03/24/13 09:20 AM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: G8rntn]
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When you turn a dead bird upside down it pours blood out its mouth and nostrils. I found that out on my very first bird twenty years ago...nasty.

From then on I always shoved a wad of toilet paper or a paper towel down the birds throat. Problem solved. And we all already carry that on hunts don't we?
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#3202415 - 03/24/13 12:21 PM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: recurve60#]
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A plastic bag that a newspaper comes in will work also.
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#3202438 - 03/24/13 12:45 PM Re: Cure for Bloody Clothes [Re: G8rntn]
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 Originally Posted By: G8rntn
Good tips... But one off topic question. Why do y'all call him Man?


Because he is my "little man" and that is what I called him for years.
When he got bigger than me, I shortened it to just "man" \:\)

It all stems from when he was born.
22" long and weighed 10# 2oz.

Also, always liked the dude that played for TN, James "little man" Stewart. \:D


Edited by RUGER (03/24/13 12:46 PM)
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