I agree with shootin’m till you run dry but it must be a different world down there. I can’t believe they charge to clean the pigs of their clients. We clean every pig someone wants to take home and eat. Hell it’s part of what your paying for. I guess it goes back to you get what you pay for. I’ve always viewed it that when a client comes to hunt they are on vacation and paying you to show them a good time. When an animal hits the ground it’s the outfitter’s job to take it and clean it, meanwhile the client either goes back for more or gets a cold beer in their hand and visits with friends or enjoys a campfire, meals, etc.... the heat can be an issue in even late September, we are fortunate in that by then up here the weather is generally cooling off. On those warm spells though we have a nice indoor cleaning facility with a huge walk-in cooler. We get that stuff cleaned, washed down, and hanging in the cooler immediately after it’s down. Bad pork isn’t something to play with.