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 : Today at 12:30:35 PM 
Kramer bird farm - Kramer bird farm
Up dated.

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 : Today at 12:00:51 PM 
Cecil - Cecil
I get calls for largemouth bass from time to time which I no longer produce.

Jeff Blankenship of A & J Fisheries in Vandalia, IL should be able to help you out with some largemouth bass and has some large specimens in one of his production ponds.
618-425-3519

jeffcits@yahoo.com

Jeff is a licensed fish farm. Just remember some states can't buy largemouth bass legally other than for stocking purposes such as Mississippi, Alabama, and South Carolina. Texas requires a special permit for "protected fin fish" of which largemouth bass are one.


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 : Today at 11:59:21 AM 
Bucksmith - ra8point
Where is Marienville located in PA? That is one heck of deer for PA> nice job!

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 : Today at 11:54:45 AM 
bmb - Cecil
I hope you don't mind bmb but I found the two picture so a longear vs. a red breast that I wanted to post earlier. For some reason the damn photobucket uploaded them on pgs. 42 and 44 of my photobucket library!

Longear 



Redbreast






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 : Today at 11:50:20 AM 
Real Skins - Cecil
one thing with perch as a rule only have 7 saddle/bars on side... have seen six and eight but vary rare...Orange fins look fine.

Very true but check this one out that was one of the exceptions!


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 : Today at 11:41:02 AM 
Bucksmith - nickq83
Beautiful deer great job

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 : Today at 11:37:27 AM 
bailey-outdoors - stonebear1
 I have one pristine copy of the Spring 1981 issue of ."Taxidermy Today"'magazine--Will sell it for $8.00 postpaid-If you want it send your check or money/order  to John Kucharek P O Box 249 Leeds NY 12451

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 : Today at 11:35:26 AM 
huntintales - Low T
The skins absorb the ingredients out of the bath, exhausting the capabilities of the tan. The same as a pickle bath, the skins absorb the acid and salt out of the water, causing the pH to go up and the need to replenish acid and salt.

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 : Today at 11:34:30 AM 
Alaskataxidermy - Alaskataxidermy
Cape has sold.
Thanks

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 : Today at 11:32:03 AM 
boarzhead - Jeff V.
Ditto! I attended Dale's full course last fall. Classmate with Ron during the Gamehead segment, who was pretty good when he arrived. He walked out with one of the best Speed Goats I've ever laid eyes on. Dale's attention to anatomical accuracy, skin/hide prep and his ability to teach in a relaxed atmosphere are all positive points. A great teacher who knows when to step in and when to let the student proceed. During that period, I watched him work with students ranging from novice to the experienced and we all left with some fine showroom displays. Always willing to reveal his experience, and tips from years of performing his art make him a good choice.

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