How To Skin A Moose
It is highly difficult to skin the moose as a whole at the kill site, out in the open. It is best to cut the moose into quarters for easier transportation and skinning. It's a good idea to bring some rope along to hang the moose from something, which will allow for better access and make skinning the moose an easier job.
Avoid damaging the hide and meat with a knife if you do use one. Next, cut off the legs below the first joint.
If you are skinning the animal whole, and it is suspended head-up, begin to peel from as high up on the carcass as you can. It should come off relatively easily. Finally, salt the inside of the hide and roll it up, fur facing outwards, until you are ready to return to the job later and finish it.
Skinning a moose is only as difficult as you make it. With proper preparation and the right tools, it should not take you a large amount of time or an extraordinary amount of effort. Basically you just have to be careful not to damage the meat or the hide.
Hauling the moose away from the kill site can be difficult. Some kind of device to help you move the moose into your vehicle (which should be able to carry up to or over one thousand pounds) is recommended.
Moose Skinning Video
How To Field Dress A Moose
It is obvious that the process of field dressing a moose is a complex, step by step process. With some practice and attention to detail (as well as some hard work), it should be a skill that you can master someday.