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#836990 - 12/26/07 09:48 AM Good knife for skining fox and coyote?
Encore.204 Offline
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Registered: 02/25/05
Posts: 63
Loc: Pendleton, New York
I need a good knife for skining fox and coyote. I checked the F&T Fur Harvesters web site but not sure which knife to purchase. Need some opinions which is best for fox and coyotes.
Thanks.
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#836991 - 12/26/07 11:57 AM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: Encore.204]
warny Offline
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Registered: 11/30/07
Posts: 422
Loc: New Brunswick,Canada
I use a small scalple.A modeling knife works well also.They are very sharp,and stay sharp for a long time.

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#836992 - 12/26/07 12:02 PM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: warny]
timb Offline
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Registered: 11/01/06
Posts: 1363
Loc: Russell, Kansas
Encore,
Check out this link--it is an awesome knife! Uses #22 scalpel blades. These are also available through one of the board advertisers, All Predator Calls!


http://www.havalon.com/xt-22tr.html

Good Luck!
Tim
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#836993 - 12/26/07 02:51 PM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: timb]
frshwtr Offline
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Registered: 12/25/07
Posts: 1385
Loc: pennsylvania
check out the housewares dept. in any of the bigger stores. for more years then i care to damit to i'v been useing drop point pareing knives from chiago (bad spelling) cutlery that have high carbon steel blades, actually any brand of high carbon works; just stay with a drop point pareing knife. you really dont want to big a blade.

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#836994 - 12/26/07 04:03 PM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: frshwtr]
TA17rem Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 05/31/07
Posts: 1895
Loc: Minn.
I like to use the improved muskrat knife. T.A.

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#836995 - 12/26/07 05:32 PM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: TA17rem]
guess Offline
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Registered: 07/11/04
Posts: 4551
Loc: N.texas
I use a scaple as well.
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#836996 - 12/26/07 09:52 PM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: guess]
minklessinpa Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 09/22/05
Posts: 38
Loc: venango co,northwestern pa
i now use a utility knife from lowes/home depot.thes are lockblade type with utility blades in them.when it gets dull,just reverse the blade.when its dull replace it.cost about 7.00
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#836997 - 12/27/07 08:46 AM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: minklessinpa]
Encore.204 Offline
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Registered: 02/25/05
Posts: 63
Loc: Pendleton, New York
Thanks guy's. I'm really like the Havalon knives, what a great idea! If you are like me you don't get around to sharpining your knife until just before you need it. I'm going to get the Piranta Tracer 22 for skining and the Pro hunter for other hunting chores.
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#836998 - 12/29/07 01:56 AM Re: Good knife for skining fox and coyote? [Re: Encore.204]
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Registered: 01/08/07
Posts: 729
Loc: Elk City, Ok, Usa
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