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Beginners / Re: denatured alcohol question
« Last post by Paul B on Today at 09:03:29 PM »
Should have just salt dried it. If it isn't slipping from the get go its not going to. What are you doing with the Opossum
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Beginners / Re: denatured alcohol question
« Last post by George Roof on Today at 09:01:36 PM »
It's a viable hide prep for small game. Henry Wichers Inchemuk used it extensively. I have no idea what cause slippage like that but it wasn't DA. I use it 100%.
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Lifesize Mammals / Re: Mammals of the Month - October 2014
« Last post by Paul B on Today at 08:55:11 PM »
Very nice juli.
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Beginners / Re: Making a big Northern Whitetail look neatly combed
« Last post by Low T on Today at 08:54:05 PM »
Long hair? Short hair? Long hair will show very little detail as a short hair will show more muscle detail. Look at the hair patterns, the hair will show you how do groom, most of the hair gets brushed downward, as the rain will run off of the deer.
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Beginners / Re: denatured alcohol question
« Last post by Leroy22 on Today at 08:53:15 PM »
it helps with slippage. search it
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Beginners / Re: Storing salt hides
« Last post by Low T on Today at 08:50:57 PM »
And store it out of all humidity and moisture, a cool dry area. Heat and moisture is your enemy.
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Bird Taxidermy / Re: Ring neck Pheasants (Legal?)
« Last post by Jay Parke aka idbatman on Today at 08:32:33 PM »
Exactly ... pen birds are under the Dept of Ag. At least the ones we raise are. You need a permit from F&G if your going to release them or hunt them. And here if you hunt a release refuge you can shoot hens and are NOT subject to any bag limit. 

You guys are reading this way to deep ..... He is not in SD. NOT that it matters. It is not illegal to mount a hen pheasant .  He didnt say it was shot or harvested .  I dont care if its a damn Eagle .... with the proper documents its NOT illegal to mount it.

How do you know the guys bringing you a mallard isn't 2 birds over on his possession ???? It would be an illegal bird . But He SIGNS the tag and logs it in . HIS responsibility, not yours. Every bird in your freezer is suspect? Its not illegal to mount that duck or HEN Pheasant in this case. The separation between taxidermy and harvest is very clear. That is why you log every bird and why I have them sign that the bird was legally harvested. It takes you off the hook, you are only taking care of their bird, it has NOT transferred possession. Legal or not.

How ever if he gave you a bird and it is now in YOUR possession you better know when, where, and all the rest of the story .... Its now YOUR problem .

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Beginners / Re: drumming in ears
« Last post by Low T on Today at 08:27:58 PM »
Low T hit it out of the park.

It was a bunt.
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Fish Taxidermy / Re: Toad Brook Trout
« Last post by Clew on Today at 08:24:42 PM »
Cecil
I will take the first two
Sold
Carl
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Fish Taxidermy / Re: Black Drum
« Last post by J P Baker on Today at 08:22:05 PM »
Yes, I have.

I would cast the head.


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