*I agree with you ! Before, I did everything to get rid of*
_my cellulite I even went to fitness program coordinator but was frustrated
*about it. Thank God i found that wonderful program. was like a miracle!*
*and the whole program is the bomb! In just a short weeks, cellulte were*
*started to dissapear plus it helps lightens and smoothens my skin.*
*Couldnt be more happier^*^,
trace farve: You ruined the eyes and ears look for the white part on the ears and eyes
and cut further back and don't use your knife that much just pull the fur
IISnorlaxII: Da faq did i just watch?
ImTheInsaneReality: also, what fleshing knife do you use?
SirLobsterman: a lot of the knife work can be done with your hands.
Butcher215: Also, what do fur buyers look for in muskrats
Robert E Lee: Great example of skinning bro, screw the haters. Take care, Ω†
Kronnkk: thank you for taking the time,and effort to make this vid!
FusionSnipes: thanks im just starting trapping and stuff and that was a great help!
TheOutdoorsman07: @CougarClan lol. I do know a few people that eat them, ill just stick with
gfrg gergr: I cried whatching this :( I love animals all shapes, sizes, and species!
Regina .: hi thanks i am beggining to trap an dwant to know if it is the same
strecher for beavers and how much do they go for?
Gary D'Alessandro: i just bought a cheap fleshing knife, how should i sharpen it, it only has
a blade on one side, and i was looking to flesh coon, not anything large
scale, just a couple a year.
Robert E Lee: @zaxtor Stupider than stupid?? Keep typing, you look dumber by the minute.
Michigantrapper: @Beardinc Thanks!
bcperry15: just take your time and then you wont have to worry about the guts.
mgm260: Guys, I am 48 years old and just trying to get back into trapping. I use to
trap a little bit back in the 70's with my Dad, but have pretty much forgot
everything, especially how to skin and flesh. That was a great video, I
hope you put up a few more. Maybe get a few of you guys settin up a few
traps and checking you line. Take care and thanks, Mike.
Eric Vanweverwyk: hello-i was just wondering-how do you know wat the prices of the furs
are-like is there a website? thanx :)
zaxtor: @om3gadagg3r I made you mad wanna be soldier boy. You started all this. I
have never talked to you dumb inferior little man. You said... Young people
learning something productive instead of playing WoW or COD It refers as
ALL. Young people playing these games. You also said... Whats your freakin
problem PETA bitch?. Not all ARA are PETA you freaking self-centered
egoistical mind. Gronk. Trapping is destructive not creative you freaking
money hugging fat pig. I respect nature wayyy far than you.
Caden Key: you sir just earned a subscriber
jumpmedic22: Great tip, Leaving some tail for the stretcher !!!
Sabrina Tyree: GOOD JOB GUYS .....ITS GOOD TO SEE YOUNG FELLARS STILL DOING THIS ....MY
DAUGHTER AND ME LOVE TO TRAP WE HAVE A PRETTY LONG TRAP LINE ABOUT 300
TRAPS OR SO AND THIS YEAR I THINK IS GOING TO BE GREAT GOT ALOT OF NEW
CREEKS AND PLUS GOING TO DO SOME LAKE BEAVER AND MINK TRAP WE ARE REALLY
EXCITED ....KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ....FELLOW TRAPPER JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS
anamericanman11: Using a knife that much only leads to accidental rips in your hide. Once
you have your legs and tail started a better and faster way would be to
pull the hide off like a sock all the way to the head. I also noticed they
left the nose cartledge in the hide. Better to skin this out too. Other
than that, Good job
Michigantrapper: @creamtt Their fur is only good in the fall/winter months and it costs more
to trap than you make in furs. Its more of just a fun hobby
historytruthseeker: you get $10.50 for a big black hide from the fur buyer? That means there is
money and trappers should stretch their own rat's because it's not very
hard just stretch them on a board.
Michael Richardson: you should make a video of checking your traps and were do you buy the
five0pd310: Those are a fat little creature. Looks like they have quite a bit of meat.
Ever tried eating them?
Mary ann Foster: Yal are adorable! You made this look really easy! Clothes pins though..not
paper clips..but Im old..maybe you call paperclips that now..no
offense..thought it was cute..When I was about 15 I got 5.00 each (1974)
and did a really crapty job lol..Gonna look on ebay for a stretcher..back
in the day I nailed them to a tree
Michigantrapper: @jtschid0910 "Cased" means that the the skin is on the outside and fur on
the inside. A good muskrat habitat, you will see feedbeds, huts, runs, dens
and toliets. It all depends on the area you are trapping. If you are
trapping a marsh, huts, feebeds and toliets. If you are trapping a pond,
runs and bank dens. For coon, pretty much any water source will have coon
running it. Look in the fresh mud for tracks and also for runs in the grass
going to the water. Thanks for watching!
sksushi3: try bending the scraper. thatll help take off the flesh more accurately.
and takes less effort
maxsand: reek...to stink to high heaven...reeks
I Am Sh3rlocked: The eyes are the only part of the skinning process that freaks me out. They
just keep staring.
dreadfulcreation: it looked like a meat ironing board lol, good video though
ZeldaZelda123123: So freaked up. What is wrong with the world
Joe Witkowski: @Dreaminstar64 when the world ends you will be begging him for muskrat
gloves and hats to keep you warm
SuperHarryace: Good job guys!!
Tay Tayy: Your video is very informational I'm raising meat rabbits n want to keep
the fur... where do u get the stretching wire? I see u don't use salt
76chevy: just pull the skin off...why use the knife??
Tony Fletch: Yo just pull the pelt don't cut it, you can just scrape the meet off
Butcher215: can you guys show your dried rat furs. This is my first year and idk if I'm
doin it right.
henryfishinandhuntin: how much do you get per hide ?
BoynamedSally: so can i just flesh it with a knife or can i make a makeshift flesher? do i
have to buy one???
Forewarned76: When you pulled it right side out, I thought you were going to do the
worlds most gruesome puppet show
historytruthseeker: I've skinned about 75 a day everyday for 3 months.
hndalvr11: Awesome video! what do you do with them after you've hung them on the
stretcher? Or do you just let them dry and they're done?
Ed Caraccioli: Check out ROAD RUNNER WILDLIFE ATTRACTORS - GOOGLE US - We have a huge
collection of YOU TUBE VIDEOS on TRAPPER EDUCATION - and other subjects. ed
Michigantrapper: @MrProhunter17 We don't do anything to the fur and about 2 days with a fan
blowing on it.
Michigantrapper: @countryboyGH Thanks for watchin the vid man. Keep trappin.
thegreattotemaster: I presume the same would apply to mink?
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