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Trizey
09-21-2005, 02:51 PM
Does anyone know of a good processer in Walker or Catoosa county?

I believe the people that I used to use closed down (Buckmasters-Rossville, GA).

Jkidd
09-21-2005, 03:26 PM
Good luck finding a good one... The one I used for YEARS is Stancil's taxidermy but he only processes the deer he's going to mount now. SO until I kill a biggun I just do my own. If you find one thats good let me know.

Jason

Trizey
09-21-2005, 03:29 PM
Jason- I dropped the doe that I killed opening morning off to a place on Baker-Hearn Rd. in Chickamauga :rolleyes:

Have you ever used Buckmasters?

syates32
09-21-2005, 09:49 PM
I use Sellers processing in the Keith community they have always been good to me. Its just south of Ringgold.

Jkidd
09-22-2005, 09:18 PM
Nope never used Buckmasters..... Since moving to Ringgold 3 yrs ago I've only killed 2 deer both does and both were done here at the house.... Since its just me and the wife no need for more than one deer a year and I started quality hunting then also so just let the young'ns walk....

I've seen the Sellers processor I beleive its off Nellie Head Church rd.??? Havn't took a deer there though.

I'm moving back to Dalton this weekend.. Bought me 50 acres that borders a creek and seen some deer tracks on it so its gonna be my little piece of paradise :)

Jason

Jim Ammons
09-22-2005, 10:35 PM
Where are you gonna be located in Whitfield?

Jkidd
09-23-2005, 03:13 PM
Ill be out of Airport Rd. Turn on to Brock Rd. and Ill be down on the left lol...


Jason

Trizey
09-23-2005, 03:39 PM
50 acres will be a nice spot for 2 of us bowhunting :D

Then I'll show you how to catch those Redfish :rofl:

yelper43
09-23-2005, 05:07 PM
Are You Sure That Buckmasters Closed Down? That Was Probably The Cleanest Facility That I Have Ever Seen. I Sure Hope They Didn't.
Yelper43

Jkidd
09-23-2005, 11:31 PM
We'll I don't think there's any red fish but I know forsure there are some CARP in that creek as I used to fish it years ago up stream from where I'll be living....

I'll have to see how many deers are around as its all hay fields with 40' ish creek lines running through and around. But maybe by next year I'll have us a place....


Jason

MCG DAWG
09-26-2005, 01:39 PM
. . road in Walker County not too far from us Trizey. I've used him once and they did a good job. It's a full time slaughter house doing cows and pigs as well. Had a lot full of hunters last time I was there with a deer.

It's called Lake Howard Meat - 706-638-3271.

Trizey
09-26-2005, 01:56 PM
. . road in Walker County not too far from us Trizey. I've used him once and they did a good job. It's a full time slaughter house doing cows and pigs as well. Had a lot full of hunters last time I was there with a deer.

It's called Lake Howard Meat - 706-638-3271.

I'll have to give them a call next time. Thanks for the info.

Minner
09-26-2005, 05:26 PM
There's a real good processor in Ringgold on Nellie Head Church Rd. His name is Bo Harris. He's done a bunch of deer for me and my family and he really does a great job. It's kinda hard to find as he only has a small sign right next to the road, but there's a set of deer antlers on it so look for those. His number is in the book. If I didn't do my own deer now, he'd be the first I took one to.

The folks on Baker-Hearn road used to do a good job as well. I used them several times it just got to be too long of a trip. Also, one time when I went over there they were closing off the cooler (too many deer). But the guy there was cool and let us drop ours off.

xhunterx
09-26-2005, 09:23 PM
I've used Joe Sellars processing in Keith community of Catoosa Co. several times, he's on hwy 2 just past the rifle range just before you get to keith rd. up the hill on the left. always done a great job, real clean, and you can sign in the deer and hang em in the cooler even if no one is at home

Johnsampson1962
09-27-2005, 05:32 AM
Ya'll are making me home sick. I grew up in fort Ogle. and moved to Atlanta to find a job. I'm looking for some land to buy now and homstead in about 5 years. Ya'll let me know if you see anything that looks real good. There's a tract I hope to look at in a couple of weeks in Catoosa county with a stream, pond on 31 acres.

Minner
09-27-2005, 11:12 AM
:offtopic:

Good luck, John. Land here definitely isn't getting any cheaper. The population of Catoosa county just keeps skyrocketing. I'm hoping to be able to buy some land in another county (w/in driving distance to Chattanooga) pretty soon. Have you looked at http://www.landbrokersinc.com/ ?

Check out their "Listings" section. I haven't dealt with them since the former owner died, but they were some good folks back then.

8ball
09-30-2005, 10:54 PM
:cheers: HERE IS A SITE THAT I FOUND. YOU JUST PICK THE COUNTY YOU LIVE IN OR NEAR.
www.georgiawildlife.dnr.state.ga.us
ho to hunting. then go to hunters services. deer,feral hog,alligator.