Warning to all men reading this: Do not let your wife see this.

Have you ever been left trying to figure out how to get the blood out of your furbearers? It’s as simple as using the washing machine.

Now, I don’t recommend trying this at home when the wife is around. But if you have an old washer that you could use, or a very understanding wife, this might be the trick you’ve been looking for.

Outdoor Life was the first to be brave enough to report on this. I have tried it, and it does work. Just don’t tell my wife.

I’m a fan of the saying “work smarter, not harder.” With that sentiment, I bring you this photo. It’s easy to prevent getting a hide bloody if you’re a trapper—most of the time. But if you do any predator hunting with a rifle, you know darn well that it’s hard to not end up with bloody hides. I’ve spent hours washing out coyote hides in five-gallon buckets… [continued]

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