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Hossienda

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Not wanting to sound like an one-who-thinks-I-am-silly here, but what do you guys do with the dead coyote? I have seen mention of people being concerned with keeping the hide in good shape. I know of some people that essentiall just shoot them and leave them lay and others that shoot them and then dispose of them without doing anything else.

I find the idea of hunting them very intriguing, but would prefer not to just leave them lay. Thoughts??

-Hossienda

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Talk to your local fur buyers, they will let you know how they want the animals. Some like them skinned and stretched, some will take them, whole coyote and all, but you will get less money for them that way sinc they have to do all the work. Of course keeping them frozen until you get to the fur buyer could a trick as well....

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dose anyone know of some fur buyers in the hastings or twin cities area that will take them with out skinning them out I would love to not have to deal with that anymore.

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yeah thats were we would always bring our deer pelts was always a good time going over there when i was little. I always loved looking at the wolf mount

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