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Badger stretcher #7419412
12/01/21 01:16 PM
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Caught my first badger and wanna try tanning it myself. Threw it on my adjustable yote stretcher and itís a little baggy in the middle. What kind of stretcher does a guy use on em?

Re: Badger stretcher [Re: K9BeavCoon] #7419471
12/01/21 02:35 PM
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I have no experience with badger but have done a fair bit of tanning.
You might consider opening it up to tan it.


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Re: Badger stretcher [Re: K9BeavCoon] #7419596
12/01/21 05:18 PM
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If your going to tan It dry It fur side In. To tan It your going to have to turn It anyway.


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Re: Badger stretcher [Re: K9BeavCoon] #7420227
12/02/21 10:35 AM
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I use a coon board for badgers. They can be a little baggy in the middle as you said, but take the shape of the form when they dry. The stretcher you are using looks ok to me. I had a couple tanned with the feet on last year and they turned out great.

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