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Re: Deer Skinning
« Reply #20 on: December 29, 2005, 08:19:44 AM »

  I use the rock/bumper method to skin deer.  I have a hickory tree with a limb about 10 ft up and I tie the head to the limb.  I wrap plastic around the tree and cut around the neck and knee joints.    Split the skin down the inside of the neck to where I field dressed it and tie a rope to the hide with a rock inside.   Hook to the Dodge and back up.  Hide is off and deer is ready to cut up.  Easy and quick and here on the farm I drive the tractor with loader to fetch deer.
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