Idaho's regulations clearly state that you have to carry out the head with horns and you must leave the dangly-bits "naturally attached" to a ham. So how do you do this for a boned out animal? Archery hunting is hot and you've got to get the hide off and bone out to cool down the meat. And when packing it doesn't make much sense to drag out a skeleton. So how do Idaho bow hunters satisfy the "evidence of sex" rules?