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Deer and Gameheads / shrinkage around eyes
« Last post by 1tahr on Yesterday at 03:16:15 PM »
hi ive been noticing on some of my mounts far to much shrinkage around the eyes, I thin the eyelid and surrounding skin as much as I can I also pin , unfortunately I cant always watch my mounts dry as I work another job away from home , I was wondering if an instant bonding glue might be an answer , I don't seem to have this problem in the winter months as mounts dry much slower any suggestions.
For Sale / Large Nebraska Badger
« Last post by Crystal2807 on Yesterday at 03:16:01 PM »
I have a large Nebraska Badger, heavy long fur.  No damage except dispatch hole to the head, which was unfortunately the forehead but still mountable. In fridge, can skin how you like tomorrow to save on shipping or freeze and ship whole.  $50 plus shipping. 308-293-0807 for pictures.
Beginners / Re: Do you have to be artistic to mount deer heads?
« Last post by KatieC on Yesterday at 03:11:38 PM »
If someone is really good at taxidermy, I'd say they have at least some artistic ability, even if they didn't know it before. You may not be great a drawing or something, but you are learning to sculpt, paint, interpret reference, and also create artistic compositions if you're adding bases and habitat.  I had an art background so that part of taxidermy was easy for me. Learning the anatomy and techniques and getting a bunch of skin to do what I want hasn't been so easy!
Beginners / Re: Antler set ?
« Last post by KatieC on Yesterday at 03:03:41 PM »
I have that issue with McKenzie's tall headed forms too. I don't have it at all with OTS or Matuska or the newer 6900, the antlers sit where they're supposed to and the form lines up.
For Sale / Re: mini flesher
« Last post by EastmansWoodturning on Yesterday at 02:44:23 PM »
I have a used mini flesher work great the only thing is I lost the acorn nuts and replaced them with regular nuts the flesher works great just up graded, the flesher comes with an extra new blade the blade currently on the flesher is in great condition

135.00 shipped in the USA
Is this still available? Thankyou Todd
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: Federal CWD legislation announced
« Last post by damonkus on Yesterday at 02:34:20 PM »
Biologist job security program
For Sale / Fish Fin Production Molds, Includes all Copyrights!
« Last post by Dondi on Yesterday at 02:20:56 PM »
I have for Sale, the following fish fin molds:

- 13 1/2" Yellow Perch (shown below ).
- 9 1/2" Bluegill
- 20" Smallmouth
- 19" Brook trout
- 16" Brook trout
- 18" Walleye
- 16" Walleye
- 21" Brown trout
- 15" White Crappie
- 11 1/4" Black Crappie
- 11" White Crappie
- 9" Pumpkinseed Sunfish

Features :
- Includes Entire fin set, for each listing.
- Includes ALL  COPYRIGHTS for Each mold.
- Molds are all production molds
- Molds are all Flexible, made from Urethane.
- READY to Ship!
- ALL MOLDS ARE PRICED $50 each + $12 shipping.  (Lower 48 States )

PayPal or Credit card
Email or Text me :
440 - 954 - 0613
Don Patton
Wanted / Tarantula
« Last post by mskutt on Yesterday at 01:54:17 PM »
Looking for tarantulas for a competition piece
Wanted / Comp rattlesnake
« Last post by mskutt on Yesterday at 01:53:40 PM »
Looking for competition quality rattlesnakes
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: Who is mounting JR's deer .....
« Last post by EA on Yesterday at 01:26:47 PM »
2 Time BassMaster AOY Gerald Swindle's man cave.
Wonder who is doing his deer. Some are his wife's trophy's.

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