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Category Archive: skinning

Apr
18

How to ship or drop off fur to North American Fur Auction, Clint Locklear video and interview with NAFA depot

how to sell fur to North American Fur Auction

How to ship or drop off fur to North American Fur Auction, Clint Locklear video and interview with NAFA depot How to ship to NAFA? Is it hard or complicated? These are some of the questions a lot of new trappers have about shipping their fur to the big fur auction in Canada. It is not …

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Aug
25

Eating Raccoons, how to cook, trim the fat, cleanly gut, it’s what’s for dinner! video

Raccoon, it’s whats for dinner? how to cook, trim, gut and cook a raccoon.  We all catch raccoons, we skin the raccoon and then we sell the raccoon fur, but why don’t we eat some of them. Lets be frank, meat prices are going through the roof. Because of the drought that has taken the mid-west …

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Jul
13

Bobcat Fur HandlingTrapping Video part 2, Clint Locklear goes over the rest of putting up Bobcats for the most money.

 On this video, we will look at why a wood stretchers are better than a wire stretcher for bobcats. Then we will pin the cat pelt to get the right look for the fur buyer. Then we will use borax on the bobcat pelt to set the hair and make sure that we do not get a “slipping” …

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Jul
11

Trapping video – Part 1, Clint Locklear explains how to flesh and put up a bobcat if on the road without a fleshing beam.

When I am on the road trapping, space is always limited. So I freeze the Raccoon, badger and such, but I will finish the bobcats each day. This way I can get them tagged without dealing with frozen pelt balls. Plus if the freezer goes down, I can’t lose the cat pelts. I use a beaver …

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May
11

Trapping Video – Clint show how to freeze bobcat and otter hides and still get in the tag without trouble as you get them tagged by the state without having to thaw the pelts out.

Apr
19

Scott Adams showing how to skin, flesh and put up a muskrat for the fur market.

Apr
19

Clints skinning rig (built by Tom’s 4×4). This rig and concept allows me to skin animals hot and on the line while I’m trapping and snaring.

When I changed over to the Jeep from the Dodge truck I was simply going to weld my old skinning rig to the new bumper of the Jeep.