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Deer and Gameheads / Eyes
« Last post by Guttbag22 on Today at 02:58:31 AM »
Just tried the lay method tonight and I think I'm going to do it from now on 
« Last post by BowDeadly on Today at 02:01:23 AM »
I have 4 newborns that did not make it. They are normal color, very nice fawns.
$100.00 + $30.00 shipping Priority Mail. Shipped in freezer bags with ice packs. PayPal ONLY
All 4 look alike, I'll post more pictures and sizes ASAP.
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: world taxidermy championships.
« Last post by taxidermyfreak on Today at 02:00:35 AM »
Ok here goes lol I have never competed at a world competition... But in my opinion with people not getting a 2nd or 3rd??
It's a competition right 1st through 3rd possible???
I geuss I look at it like the Olympics a man or women that crosses the line 2nd if thier time is not as fast as the person that ran it 4 or 8 years ago do they not place no they still place 2nd and it's the best of the best in the world......
And I do not agree with the everyone gets a trophy thing that is so popular in schools theys days!!!!!
But this is not how I look at this as everyone "gets a trophy" you are competing against hundreds of people and thier is only 1st through 3rd .......
I would say that those standards are held very high as well as they should be!!!!!
But not giving a 2nd or 3rd because they don't add up to the years before or what they have seen over the years for a 2nd or 3rd I just don't agree with that....
Sorry like I said I have never competed In the world only state but I can dream and hope😆😆 and this is just my opinion and some will disagree and some may agree....
Thanks for reading guys and gals
« Last post by BowDeadly on Today at 01:46:55 AM »
Very unique markings, very colorful, small at 5/6 pounds. Best piebald I have seen as far as colors.
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Skulls and Skeletons / Re: It's finished! (almost)
« Last post by AudreyElizabeth on Today at 12:59:36 AM »
Dan- it's a paddle fish, sometimes called a spoonbill.

Thank you Seawolf! There is an unbelievable amount of cartilage in these things, at least to me.

My friend caught it, an absolute fluke. 4 foot 7 and a half inch fish. 
For Sale / Re: waterfowl 4 sale
« Last post by Fin'n'Feather on Today at 12:40:30 AM »
Pm sent.
Skulls and Skeletons / Bird skeleton
« Last post by Phillip on Today at 12:22:52 AM »
A woman wants me to rejuvenate a bird skeleton.
She found it under her house and wants it mounted as a skeleton in a flying pose.
It is not a large bird - from top of skull to tail bone it is 4 1/2". It is dry with some sinew still attached and the primary feathers are still in place.
I have never cleaned or put together a skeleton,so before I embark on this new art-form and completely lose control or some bones I thought I'd seek advice from the experts.
I look forward to hearing what I'm in for.
Cheers and thanks in advance
Ron, we use about 30-35 of each for our whitetail outfitting along with ground blinds and elevated box blinds.
With having hunting clients, you have to be able to "cater" to all types of clients. And when you figure in bad weather, the blinds come into play to make sure hunters can still hunt in any type of weather. The blinds are also a must for our youth hunters.
Our ladder stands are normally 20' stands and our hang on stands vary for each location.
We are outfitting on about 12,000 acres right now and are working on adding some more land before the season gets here.
If I can be any help to you, feel free to get ahold of me.
Tanning / Re: neutralize
« Last post by ysb123 on Yesterday at 11:57:03 PM »
Me also, always use cold water, or I might say I never use warm or hot water.... I've never had a problem with Trubond. Ever.. Great product.   :) good people also.
Wanted / Re: Wanted fetal or small frozen animal
« Last post by skullduggery on Yesterday at 11:55:14 PM »
We have a few haired beaver fetuses left after the show season and they're going fast! They are fixed in formalin and five to six inches long.

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