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First time I’ve ever had the chance to work on a deer from Kansas. Nice break from Texas bucks. [ATTACH]
Gotta love those early season capes!
Pro-1 LTC or Trubond 1000B. When 90% dry, I oil them, let them sweat. stretch as it dries and then when about 90% dry, I put in a dryer on air...
I have refillable caulk tubes that I got off of amazon. I fill those with pro-1 for my small mammals and to glue the seams on my gameheads.
Starting 2023 with a bear rug. Don’t get many of these being in the Texas hill country![ATTACH]
At this point, I would just drape them and run with it if were me.
Did you leave them laying flat and cover them? They need to be folded/rolled flesh side to flesh side and left overnight. I don't cover mine,...
if the color doesnt change to white when you stretch on it...its not dry enough yet. You will know what I am talking about when you get there.
I would get them off of the ground and drape them over the saw horses that are in the background. Let them start to dry. Babysit them, you will...
That's the idea I had as well. Was just hoping for something a little easier or less work. Just being lazy I reckon.
Another tip, since you do not have a fleshing machine. After your hides are dry and you realize they are too thick and hard, you can use sanding...
To add to what Keith said, after stretching and scraping/breaking and hides are about 90% dry, I put them in a dryer with a couple towels and...
This is what I'm working with. [ATTACH]