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I'm new to predator hunting but am reluctant to get out there without the knowledge of where and what I'm going to do with the animal once I've harvested it.


I live in NEPA, Kingston to be exact, does anyone know of someone in this area who takes this kind of product?


Also, how do I take it to the person? Meaning, do I just take the whole animal or do I have to skin it, etc...?


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I'm new to predator hunting but am reluctant to get out there without the knowledge of where and what I'm going to do with the animal once I've harvested it.


I live in NEPA, Kingston to be exact, does anyone know of someone in this area who takes this kind of product?


Also, how do I take it to the person? Meaning, do I just take the whole animal or do I have to skin it, etc...?


Chad
there is a guy somewhere near the airport , cant remember his name . I spoke with him last year , you may possibly have better luck calling the north east region office and asking them
 

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You are very Welcome. Have you had any success calling in a yote?

I haven't even gone yet. I'm so new I guess I don't really know where to start. So I started by making sure that I have a place to take it once I harvest it. I've been concentrating on filling my freezer with deer. I'm really looking forward to getting out soon. Perhaps this Sunday after the last day of deer I'll take the call for a walk.
 
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