ears and tail

Submitted by Dale on 11/27/04 at 9:03 PM. ( )

im got a nice black coyote in and am thinking about about tryin krowtann on it but do ya have to split the tail all the way out and can ya leve the cartilage in the ears i like the bondo for the ears just dont know if i can lever it in with that tann.

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This response submitted by Becky P on 11/27/04 at 9:47 PM. ( )

Yes, you can leave the cartilage. For the tail, you can run a cotton string through it all the way out the tip. This will act as a wick. I haven't done a yote with it yet, but this works well on coons and fox so I don't see why it wouldn't work for a yote as well.

NO !

This response submitted by Kim Collins on 11/27/04 at 10:23 PM. ( Bubba's Taxidermy )

You have to split and turn the ears all the way out or the hair will come out!I know it happen to me on the first yote I used it on the hair at the tip came out right where I stopped splitting it! And the tail will be fine but do use something as a wick or make sure to fill the tail each time you turn it.



This response submitted by Becky P on 11/27/04 at 11:20 PM. ( )

Maybe I wasn't clear on the ears. YES, you do need to TURN them all the way, but you can still leave in the cartilage for the bondo method.


This response submitted by Dale on 11/28/04 at 6:58 PM. ( )

thanks a lot guys im i have not tryed krowtann yet but going to thanks for all the help

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