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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    So has anyone figured out how to do the gutless method (been doing that for as long as I can remember long before it was "in") and take the ribs.
    Doable with a machete or stout knife. Save for last, Cut a slit between ribs and chop down the ribs and pull out by the slit you cut, flip and do the other side. If you're a heart eater you can grab that before flipping. I'll do that with big barr hogs that I can't load up.

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ID:	10272 I think the method is called rib roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    Take a grocery store bag and rubber band to try to keep hair off most of the meat if you leave hide attached. Also peel out the ribs, Right/wrong warden will consider it waste if left.
    Thats exactly what I do except I usually use a ziplock and a few rubber bands.

    If I am packing more than a mile or so I usually don't end up with ribs.
    Love to BBQ them if its practical.
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    Hey Jim,
    Good luck, looking forward to seeing pics. I just skin the nuts out like the rest and leave them attached to the big muscles you bone out on the hindquarters. A lot of people leave the hair, but that's the last thing I want in there with my prime steak meat. I'm sure CO is different, but in AK the warden told me to bring a large zip-loc and pack the rib meat out in that(shot up or not) just to be on the safe side. He said it's such a small amount of weight that it's worth it to carry them out in the zip-loc (even if they are no good and you have to discard them later) just to have no question on waste of meat when checked.
    Have a great hunt!

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    I leave the skinned out nuts attached to a large piece of meat. Its easy to do if you are thinking about it before you start.

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    Thanks for everyone's input. These were questions I had as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    So has anyone figured out how to do the gutless method (been doing that for as long as I can remember long before it was "in") and take the ribs.
    Let us know when you find out. Thanks.
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