Loc: West Jordan ut
When it comes to Bobcats the fur has already been removed and I cut the two sides of the jawbone right behind the teeth and it separates very easily. Being that the coyotes will not have been skinned, we may have to cut the remaining skin under the jaw with a knife or a third cut with pruning shears right up in between the two jawbones to remove any flesh. If I get lucky and get one first, I'll let you know if we need a pocket knife or shears for the last cut.
Sunday night foot ball is for those who cant hunt.
Loc: Far West Texas
i wanna hear more !!! and i thought... cage wrestling was "roman" !!! you guys in utah would actually do this for money ??? i am interested !!!
really interested in "among other parts"... seriously ???
and seriously... this is interesting !!!
to all the youth here... Be who you "are"... that way you don't have to pretend who you "were"... Tomorrow !!! and your heritage will stand with you !!! and All of America will stand with you !!! a solemn promise !!!
Easiest way I ever seen, was while hunting with a friend a few years ago. When the coyote came in & stopped at about 50 yds, my friend was shaking so bad. He was looking for a "head" shot...and put a bullet thru the rear of the lower jaw! The only thing holding that jaw on was a little strip of flesh.Hahahaha Man, what a sound that started coming from that ol' girl, as she jumped around in pain. Hahahaha
Will H. NCK Predator Calls Howlers & Distress calls made from Cowhorn, Antler & Pronghorn
Loc: north central okla
weasel, i had to removal everyone i killed one winter for a study, i tryed alot of different ways but the best i found was a set of those big limb cutters or pruners, just cut at the back of the jaw, then take a pocket knife and cut what little is till keeping it together, after you do afew it wont take a minute to have it off