Originally Posted by realspaazz
Using a skinning knife works best. The one in the video is a bit different, but this one is a good knife:
The skin is rather tough, so you are running your knife right up against it. It is mostly a "feel" thing... practice will help. Cutting the little finger holes like in the video works great.
i guess i need to get myself a skinning knife. what are your thoughts on using a butcher knife like this one?
do you think the skinner knife would really work a lot better than a butcher knife with a curved edge? i ask because i have a $50 gift certificate to cabelas that i could use but they only have the butcher knife. thanks for help, by the way
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