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Old 01-14-2012, 08:52 PM   #1
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after you kill and skin a coyote and you want to keep the fur what do you do
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Old 01-14-2012, 10:13 PM   #2
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I usually put it in a trash bag and store them in a freezer until I sell them.
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I usually put it in a trash bag and store them in a freezer until I sell them.
I think he's talking about keeping it for his own use.
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well in the old westerns I remember seenin em stretched out, to dry I guess? Also I think salt is involved somehow.
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I think he's talking about keeping it for his own use.
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The hide needs to be stretched, salted, tanned. Many dfferent ways to do it look up how to tan coyote pelts and alot of info will come up.
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Google tanning hides.
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There are some pretty easy tanning methods that you can do yourself.
F & T Fur Harvester's Trading Post - Tanning Kits & Supplies just follow the directions. The most important thing is to get the hide fleshed good.
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