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    Default Handy bear fillet board

    How many of you use a fillet board for skinnin your bears? I find them handy on occasion.....even handsome at times!Bear fillet board.jpg

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    Do they make a folding model too???

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    I, personally, have not seen the folding version. This particular one shown, had a little radioactive mater (twitch twitch) ial in it I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullelkklr View Post
    I, personally, have not seen the folding version. This particular one shown, had a little radioactive mater (twitch twitch) ial in it I think.

    I wouldn't worry too much about that...a really smart guy once told me that everything is good in moderation!

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    We had a few of those nice boards plus some walls show up in Wrangell
    Now left only to be a turd in the forrest and the circle will be complete.Use me as I have used you

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    Then those would be a fillet house ?

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    at first I thought this was a seriuos thread...

    I like to skin bears on a trailer bed, (or back of ATV, or on a pick-up bed), gets critter out of the dirt AND you ain't bending over so far!

    Chris

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    My boat and my backpack aren't big enough to haul a trailer bed!

    This bear was about 10 feet from that board when my first round hit him. When the second round hit him he was about 20 inches on the far side of the board in the picture.

    The board helped keep the dirt out of everything, but it sure was slippery, as the board was just at the high tideline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullelkklr View Post
    My boat and my backpack aren't big enough to haul a trailer bed!

    This bear was about 10 feet from that board when my first round hit him. When the second round hit him he was about 20 inches on the far side of the board in the picture.

    The board helped keep the dirt out of everything, but it sure was slippery, as the board was just at the high tideline.
    I thought fillet boards had those springy clip deals to hold the critter in place. If that one doesnt have them, I'd send it back to the company!!!

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    as DARK increases outside, LIGHT increases exponentially in the forum

    thanks for the grins

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