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Haskins Bill 05-Jan-12 - 06:25 PM ET
yjwinchester 05-Jan-12 - 10:27 AM ET
Haskins Bill 02-Jan-12 - 02:00 PM ET
tcshabel 01-Jan-12 - 07:56 PM ET
Catpower 08-Dec-11 - 05:39 PM ET
twotimer 08-Dec-11 - 04:49 PM ET
tinylo 08-Dec-11 - 02:26 PM ET
Bvr Tail 08-Dec-11 - 12:20 PM ET
Stl Flyn 08-Dec-11 - 12:22 AM ET
grntitan 07-Dec-11 - 11:20 PM ET
Brian in Oregon 07-Dec-11 - 10:58 PM ET


Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Haskins Bill
Date: Thu, Jan 05, 2012 - 06:25 PM ET
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Not to hijack the thread but a few years ago here in my town of Haskins Ohio, actually just near to the town. Well a number of animal carcasses were found near to a railroad track. They were missing the paws and the ears. It just had to be someone dumping unwanted Greyhound carcasses it just had to be!!!! Turns out it had been a coyote hunter dumping them after skinning. Fellow got into trouble for improper disposal as I remember. Bill

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: yjwinchester
Date: Thu, Jan 05, 2012 - 10:27 AM ET
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Wow ..that's cool!!! Sure makes quick work of them!

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Haskins Bill
Date: Mon, Jan 02, 2012 - 02:00 PM ET
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Seen it done on cattle on that show Dirty Jobs

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: tcshabel
Date: Sun, Jan 01, 2012 - 07:56 PM ET
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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Catpower
Date: Thu, Dec 08, 2011 - 05:39 PM ET
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Wonder if it would work on a catfish

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: twotimer
Date: Thu, Dec 08, 2011 - 04:49 PM ET
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Is the yote dead or just sleeping? Mike

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: tinylo
Date: Thu, Dec 08, 2011 - 02:26 PM ET
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The best Chinese chefs prepare Peking duck this way to ensure crisp skin. And before you say anything, they use a real duck, not a coyote.

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Bvr Tail
Date: Thu, Dec 08, 2011 - 12:20 PM ET
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Some guys around here use this method on turtles to loosen the meat from the skin.

Others say a garden hose works, too.

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Stl Flyn
Date: Thu, Dec 08, 2011 - 12:22 AM ET
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I have seen this technique used on deer, with very good results. Jon

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: grntitan
Date: Wed, Dec 07, 2011 - 11:20 PM ET
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Hmmm, very interesting. I'll have to try that. I wonder what other critters it works on.

I like the disclaimer at the end. "He never felt a thing". LOL

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Subject: Air skinning a coyote....
From: Brian in Oregon
Date: Wed, Dec 07, 2011 - 10:58 PM ET
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Pretty simple. As long as your coyote doesn't have big holes in it.

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