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Cleaning a skull by putting in creek or river? #7668724 11/21/19 03:00 PM
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I read a post a few weeks ago about a guy that lives near the coast cleaning a hog skull out by tying a rope to it and throwing it in the river off his pier. He claimed after 2-3 weeks it was just about picked clean by minnows/crabs. Has anyone else tried this? My parents live down by the coast and i'm sure they wouldn't mind tying up some minnow bait around their pier.

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Doesn't sound much different than using a fire ant bed.

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The vaginahurt is real over there.
Re: Cleaning a skull by putting in creek or river? [Re: Bobby Hill] #7681471 12/06/19 02:17 PM
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i use a 5 gallon bucket with a good snap on lid. put in skull, fill with water and wait. During the summer months i change water weekly and when its colder it may soak a month before changing. The only downside i could see to doing it in a lake or river/stream is when the teeth loosen and fall out, they'd be kinda hard to find.

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