Anybody have any season ending photos to share? I'm still frantically putting up fur at the moment but I plan on getting a picture before I put my fur on the FHA truck (provided they don't cancel the pick up before then). I enjoy looking at all the put up fur.....
No learch just a scope but I had some extensive damage done to ACL years ago that doc cleaned up. Knee feels a lot better and can get around better with no pain but I know there is a replacement coming down the road.
I caught 31 yotes but had several friends giving theirs to me also (trapping and predator hunters) so it looks like I did better than I really did. 6 cats (1 given to me). I think there are 44 beaver in the picture but I have one thawing, 4 on the stretchers and i'm not sure how many more in the freezer (total in the 60's). I'll probably tan a few good ones and carry over a few to next year. My buyer says he is still going to buy everything...fingers crossed.
Thanks guys. Lot of work there. Cool part is that those ky critters have glands and gall bladders in Connecticut and jaw bones and baculum in Idaho as I sit here right now. According to my gland buyer, the check is in the mail for $240....pretty excited about that. I haven’t heard from the business in Idaho yet, maybe due to Carona.
Stanley McClellan (McClellan Farms and Furs) In Pulaski Illinois. Haven’t sold fur to him in a few years but keep in contact with him pretty regular because I sell him my deer hides and an occasional groundhog.