Game processor in Seattle area?

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  1. fly-by

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    I've had some good scouting sessions and am optimistic about prospects for muzzleloader elk. Looking for someplace to process it and rent freezer space it if I bring them the field dressed animal. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     
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    Fisher Meats in Issaquah is a fine old style butcher and will process game for you. Both beast & fowl.
     
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    Great to know. I've bought meat from them in the past and it's not too far from home.
     
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    I love that place!
     
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    Consider butchering yourself.
    Hand the animal. Quarter it out if already not done and bone it out and place meat in a cooler with ice.

    I do all my own jerky, sausage, cuts, grinding. Used to do it my apartment on the kitchen table. I enjoy it as much as hunting.
    Helped a neighbor process an elk and another neighbor 2 deer this weekend.

    Not difficult to do and very rewarding.
     
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    fly-by,
    You might want to also check Green Valley Meats. I've seen deer hanging there at their shop when I've stop to buy jerky and refreshments after fishing.
    SF
     

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