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    Quote Originally Posted by Logical View Post
    With pheasant, I cut out the spine, and when removing, everything except the lungs come out. I then run my finger under them, and they come out easily. Doves, though, I just take the breast. Unfortunately, I have not had occasion to hunt (or clean) other game birds, so I don't know how they compare to cleaning pheasant.
    Have found after many-many birds—(pheasants)
    That leaving that head on while skining
    Cut both sides of the spine—
    Grab head and pull
    Then into bucket—
    Just my opinion-and experience

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    That looks really good for breasted birds, how does it work for fully dressed birds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miforester View Post
    That looks really good for breasted birds, how does it work for fully dressed birds?
    Works just fine both ways—
    On fullydressed/legally transported birds-just recommend cutting spine on both sides and breaking open —leaving one leg attached of course

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    https://waterfowljunkie.com/products/bird-hitch. This is the greatest bird cleaning tool ever. Can clean pile of birds quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miforester View Post
    That looks really good for breasted birds, how does it work for fully dressed birds?
    With rare exceptions I pluck and fully dress every bird I shoot. It works great on them.

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