Mar 03, 2015 · This a raccoon, but process is the same for coyotes, bobcats, fox or other bushy tailed furbearers. All you need is a sharp knife, a tail stripper and have a tail zipper helps. Notice.
Jun 17, 2009 · I think you will find the coon a lot easier than the fox, so practice on that one first. Fox skin is a lot more delicate. I used to put a loop on the end of a straightened out coat hanger (a little electrical tape over the sharp parts) and use it to push up beside the bone to break up the connecting tissue a bit.
Jan 05, 2008 · just wondering on how to remove the tail bone on a coon without splitting the tail. I have previously tried to just peel it off like you would skin the rest of the coon but that didn't work out so great lol. right now its just sitting there and i cut the bone off. any suggestions?
Nov 27, 2008 · Pull the skin away from the base of the tail so you can get either a tail stripper or a clothes pin around the bone. Hold the base of the tail above your stripper with your other hand and yank down towards the tip of the tail. The bone should come out in one smooth motion.