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 Post subject: COMING SOON!
PostPosted: 06 Apr 2007, 17:00 
In the next week, I'll have my second installment of how to skin and put up a critter. This issue is the Beaver! I've already taken all the step by step pictures of the skinning process, gland location and removal, and fleshing but I have to go get it tagged before I can put it up on the board and take pictures of the nailing process.


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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2007, 17:51 
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YEA :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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looking forward to it bit.if i had any critters this time of year i would do one too.we could use all kinds of stuff like that.


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Sounds like it'll come in handy later on. Can't wait.


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Great Lil'. You may not understand you are REALLY helping out novices.

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Creek Traps wrote:
Great Lil'. You may not understand you are REALLY helping out novices.

that is no joke I have learned a lot from her

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ya know bit ya got me thinking about doing some stuff too. i think when matt comes down i will take some step by step pics of how to make a basic canine bait that me and him planned on doing anyways.i think i may even do a few other baits while he is here. heck who knows


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Great job! I wish i had a sight like this when I started trapping. I had to learn from what people told me and that was not always the best. Again Good Work Lil bit!!!!

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