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Bird Taxidermy / Re: What's on your workbench?
« Last post by popeandyoung on Yesterday at 08:30:20 PM »
Got this mounted up last night. Brett
Fish Taxidermy / Re: gap in back of fish
« Last post by Cecil on Yesterday at 08:29:33 PM »
but Marty, are you really that freaking stupid ;D

Lol my question Pete is how would I know?? ;)

Thats the best come back line  ever !   

Same here!
Fish Taxidermy / Re: Lysol vs. Bactericide?
« Last post by Cecil on Yesterday at 08:26:51 PM »
Hell, Den, I thought BBC was big block Chevy!!! Lol

No, no. It's Big Bad Cecil!
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: Health insurance suggestions
« Last post by Jerry Huffaker on Yesterday at 08:20:09 PM »
Just gonna have to pay out the nose. We have blue cross.
Skulls and Skeletons / Re: New to this
« Last post by akvz on Yesterday at 08:20:02 PM »
Do you think a fox claws would work for replacement? They seem to be about the same size. I can't recall off the top of my head if they are the same colour, though. They seem to be easier to get than otter claws!
Fish Taxidermy / Re: Using Fake Trout and Salmon Heads
« Last post by Bender on Yesterday at 08:14:11 PM »
I agree with JL n MA , learn how to use and / or make repro heads, particularly for trout , and if its your first fish and you don't want to end up chucking it out . You want a trophy that will last the test of time, not something that's looks ok for a few weeks then starts to shrivel , discolour and wrinkle. Don't take the risk, especially if your doing it for someone else , go repro. Oh n call em fake heads if ya want.( joke)  ;)
Happy is sure an understatement, the week at Ricks was beyond words incredible to me! I learned a ton and had a week with two very genuine people in Rick and his Wife Kathie!! can not say enough about this experience i know that my businesses and my life are the better for it!
Buyers and Sellers / Re: Need help dealing with a Taxidermist problem
« Last post by pir^2h on Yesterday at 07:51:42 PM »
I think you need to go there (with your friend and record it) to make sure you get YOUR rack and skin back (take along the pictures of it from when it was harvested to avoid further conflict.  Once the taxidermist hands it over and he leaves the is too late.  Think about it.  I would let him know you are willing to let your deposit go totally.  Of course, there is always Judge Judy!
Rick it looks like you have one happy student and a nice fish as well, good job on both.
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