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Old 09-22-2002, 01:50 PM
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Default RE: How do you skin a squirrel?

i gut mine in the woods...when i get home i use my knife to cut the skin from the meat up to its ribs and all the way down cutting as i get deeper in so i can work down too....and just skin the whole hind that way and cut from the bottom of the ribs off and quarter the hinds....the rest is way to hard to eat...they are hard to skin and u are prolly confused but its hard to explain...


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Default RE: How do you skin a squirrel?

This is the easiest for me. As soon as I shoot a squirrel, I gut it either there or before I leave to go home. Then I just cut the head off, along with the hands, feet and tail. Then just cut a small 4 inch or so cut on the back. Then take my fingers and pry the skin away from the body. Takes about 3 minutes on either squirrel. The last thing I do is between the legs, I cut the squirrels rear off and other parts. I just make an upside down U..cut up the inside legs, then across the lower back bone. Takes care of the nasty area I dont think anyone wants cooking along with there meal..That's just me....Talk to you all later.....Squirrel Master



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