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    How's the snowpack over there? We have been cold and dry, just started getting snow w/ the last storm that came through. I'm planning on headin to your neck of the woods to do some shed hunting hear in a 5-6 weeks!
    How do you field dress a shed?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rl206 View Post
    How's the snowpack over there? We have been cold and dry, just started getting snow w/ the last storm that came through. I'm planning on headin to your neck of the woods to do some shed hunting hear in a 5-6 weeks!
    The snowpack is pretty good! Just recently had some great snow falls. Thatís awesome, hit me up when you get over this way!

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    So being in Montana and not having a garage or a driveway, simple tasks such as my weekly vacuuming gets put off longer and longer during the winter... (I havenít vacuumed in a couple months) having 4 dogs and 2 of which being huskies, hair gets everywhere! These pictures are after I vacuumed Image1550201849.404125.jpgImage1550201866.779014.jpg
    So my question is, does anyone have a special trick to get the hair out of the carpets lol if not Iíll just vacuum longer

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    Thanks! Iíll try both of these tomorrow. We certainly have plenty of lint rollers lying around the house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    So being in Montana and not having a garage or a driveway, simple tasks such as my weekly vacuuming gets put off longer and longer during the winter... (I havenít vacuumed in a couple months) having 4 dogs and 2 of which being huskies, hair gets everywhere! These pictures are after I vacuumed
    So my question is, does anyone have a special trick to get the hair out of the carpets lol if not Iíll just vacuum longer
    We have one of these and have had it for at least ten years. Works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    We have one of these and have had it for at least ten years. Works great.
    Thank you, Iíll have to try that as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    Thanks! Iíll try both of these tomorrow. We certainly have plenty of lint rollers lying around the house!
    Lint roller wonít do shit. We have a husky/GS mix and usually have good luck with a vacuum but the brush will pull the hair out. We also usually hit ours weekly if the dogs been in the Jeeps. And we have a seat cover for the back seat which works wonders.


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    The Build and Adventures of Bearbait

    Pumice stones work great. When I detailed cars often times that was the only thing that would make it bearable. Just watch out for plastic trim.
    You can pick them up at most hardware stores.
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