coyote feet

Submitted by toby on 12/5/05 at 6:11 PM. ( tobyatacura@aol.com ) 205.188.117.8

I am skinning out a coyote and the feet just wont tube out. Is the best cut to make between the pads and up the back, or is there something better? This is for a lifesize.
Thanks for the help!
Toby

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Toby

This response submitted by Jim B on 12/5/05 at 8:18 PM. ( ) 207.200.116.74

I usually cut through the center of the foot pad up to the wrist on the front feet and up to the hock on the back ones.I then dorsal cut from behind the head to the tip of the tail.


Don't cut the pads

This response submitted by Kristen on 12/6/05 at 3:53 AM. ( ) 12.202.2.234

I'm no expert, but unless you want to mess around with fixing cut pads don't cut through them. You can make a relief cut just in front of the pad and go up the leg a few inches and you'll be able to get the feet out.


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