Thanks man, I'm familiar . That's the way I do it also. Some of my older friends have a hard time bending over like they used too. Bad backs and bellies get in the way sometime . I've got a few that I will try to get a picture of tomorrow, just trying to see what's out there. I know there are some serious squirrel hunters out there in Georgia. Thanks
When you make it post some pictures here so we can make one.
PS: The way I was taught when I was a kid was to cut through the base of the tail, but leave the skin. Then cut the skin around the rear ankles and up to the tail and cut the front feet off at the ankles. Then lay the squirrel on the ground with its back down. Then put your foot on the tail next to the spine. Then while holding the tail with your foot pull up by the rear feet all the way down to its head. The complete skin comes off except the head. It even comes off the front legs. Then cut the rear feet and head off. Then cut up its length to remove its insides.
Small vise grips you throw over a limb and skin them with. Clamp under the tail. Works great when your still hunting and its hot outside. A small cooler with a frozen water bottle to keep them cool while you hunt. Cut them under the tail here too.
That's pretty much what I've always done. Dad taught me to cut a slit in the back skin and yank it both ways to skin it. I'm going to try some of these other ways though next time I get a few to clean.