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Dog Gone!

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Esox357, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. Tuff

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  2. StockGlock23

    StockGlock23 Hilarious!

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    Man I hate going to the dentist. Right before you pulled the trigger did you say, "You are going to feel some pressure and some discomfort."
     
  3. Thanks Tuff. I was thinking open wide! :supergrin: Esox357.
     
  4. 357glocker

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    Good job Esox! Glad you got the shot on that coyote.
     
  5. edcrosbys

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    I recently moved to an area with coyotes. Whatcha do with em after you shoot em? I gather from the post, you do something with the pelt.. I asked, because I passed on one while deer hunting...
     
  6. CanyonMan

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    We hang em on the fence. ;)


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  7. Ed, I tried skinning it with the help of a buddy but we weren't too successful. The hide started to get tears in it while skinning it and smelt horrible when we had the hide down to the belly? Next time I think I will sell the hide to a fur trading post? Esox357.
     
  8. You know without that damage to the skull , that skull could have been clean , bleach ( hydro proxide ) and sold.
     
  9. No I didn't have any idea they were sold, I will keep that in mind if I come across any more of those yotes. Esox357.