How to Skin a Deer?


To skin a deer, most hunters or butcher typically hangs the animal with its hind legs, head down. This position makes it easier to access its body and gain more control during the skinning process. Most people cut the deer's belly open first and start from there in removing the thin layer of skin and coat off its body using a sharp knife. The skinning follows a center out technique which means the process is started from the stomach towards the legs and the head.
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It is not difficult to skin a deer. The first thing you need to do is to field dress the deer. All that means is the deer needs to be gutted, and prepared for skinning. You can find
1. Make a small slit in the skin near the belly, but pay careful attention not to puncture the stomach. Your goal is to make a small hole in the skin and pull the skin away from the
The skin of a deer.
(dîr'skĭn') n. Leather made from the hide of a deer. A garment made from deerskin.
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