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Skinning Shed #2548703
08/10/18 08:10 AM
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Building a skinning shed for the club. Got an idea but wondered if anyone had suggestions

[img]https://imgur.com/gallery/BcR6C3m[/img]

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548705
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And apparently I don’t know how to post pics

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548726
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It would probably be as easy to dig through that concrete as to dig in that ground up there. Lol


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Originally Posted by N2TRKYS
It would probably be as easy to dig through that concrete as to dig in that ground up there. Lol


True. Maybe we don’t need concrete but thought it would keep us out of the mud

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Originally Posted by lefthorn
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It would probably be as easy to dig through that concrete as to dig in that ground up there. Lol


True. Maybe we don’t need concrete but thought it would keep us out of the mud



You're right. I was just making a joke about how hard the ground is. Anchoring posts to a slab is probably the easiest way, too.


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Re: Skinning Shed [Re: N2TRKYS] #2548752
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Originally Posted by N2TRKYS
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It would probably be as easy to dig through that concrete as to dig in that ground up there. Lol


True. Maybe we don’t need concrete but thought it would keep us out of the mud



You're right. I was just making a joke about how hard the ground is. Anchoring posts to a slab is probably the easiest way, too.


Thought you were bringing post hole diggers

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548785
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I have one almost identical to this at our place. One thing I’m going to add is a short piece of towing strap anchored to the concrete directly below the skinner. Use a pair of vise grips to attach hide to strap while lifting carcass leaving the hide on the ground. You’ll have to readjust it a few times during the process.

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548814
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I would build that as tall as possible. By the time you add a gambrel, scale, Hook etc the head won’t be as high as you hope. It sure is nice to be able to raise all parts of a hanging deer to your own comfortable working height while standing.

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548816
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I know you have thought of this , a good drain system

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: garyo] #2548843
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Originally Posted by garyo

I know you have thought of this , a good drain system


We don’t have water there so...

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548845
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Originally Posted by lefthorn
Originally Posted by garyo

I know you have thought of this , a good drain system


We don’t have water there so...

So, damn that's gonna get ripe!

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Originally Posted by Out back
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I know you have thought of this , a good drain system


We don’t have water there so...

So, damn that's gonna get ripe!


All we got to work with

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548881
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30 gallon water tank, about $15
12 volt pump, $40 at tractor supply.

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548888
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Originally Posted by lefthorn
Originally Posted by garyo

I know you have thought of this , a good drain system


We don’t have water there so...

A cut off plastic 55 gallon drum makes for a good gut bucket to keep the concrete fairly clean. I'd consider adding some tin on 3 sides of the shed to keep the wind off you on a cold day.

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: CAL] #2548913
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Originally Posted by CAL
I have one almost identical to this at our place. One thing I’m going to add is a short piece of towing strap anchored to the concrete directly below the skinner. Use a pair of vise grips to attach hide to strap while lifting carcass leaving the hide on the ground. You’ll have to readjust it a few times during the process.

Didn’t see it personally but someone told me they did something similar and says it works great
They took a disk blade with a chain through the center and put it in the concrete when poured. Had a S hook on the other end that you could hook in the hide


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Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548935
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A rain catch off the back of the tin run down into a 275 gallon tote hooked to a small pump for water...….It'd also be pretty simple to go ahead and build a really solid permanent table on the back between your posts.

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Re: Skinning Shed [Re: CNC] #2548946
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Originally Posted by CNC
A rain catch off the back of the tin run down into a 275 gallon tote hooked to a small pump for water...….It'd also be pretty simple to go ahead and build a really solid permanent table on the back between your posts.


Yes, I like the table idea

Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548947
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Kinda like ours. We have two boat trailor style winches.


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Re: Skinning Shed [Re: lefthorn] #2548977
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there any creeks near, all it takes is one gut nick, and a lost deer, gear clean up, and more ,you need water some way.

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