Before you pull the various internals you
want to cut some of this lining. The lining around the liver and the lungs and the diaphragm
here can prevent you from having a clean pull. All this lining area needs to be cut. Once that has occurred, you cut the lining
around this esophagus here and just pull your way down. Just peel it away. Once you cut that lining it typically pulls
on out, fairly easily. Once you’ve pulled it out of the base just cut the remaining
pieces out of the base. You can move the guts. If there are any other clogged blood parts
clean that out. Then lift the deer and drain it. Then with a water hose or some kind of
faucet spray it out. That is the basic steps to cleaning a deer.