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Bird Taxidermy / Re: Little help from Florida guys
« Last post by atteberryjs on Yesterday at 10:23:20 AM »
Good point. Think I will try hobby lobby and see what they have.
« Last post by Rick Krane on Yesterday at 10:12:04 AM »

The Winner for the September 2015 COOL FISH PHOTO CONTEST IS

A Fun Month of Voting for the Cool Fish Photo Contest! The September winner of the monthly contest is Mr. Chris Sturtz, of Iowa, USA!!

September was sure a great month with some truly gifted artists! Check out Chris Sturtz of Iowa, and his COOL fish displays at

The Anglers Artistry Cool Photo contest was created to offer an opportunity in a judgment free zone for folks of all levels of skills and ability to share their work with all of us who are a part of the Anglers Artistry family! Motivated people of all ages and locations from all over the world send in their beautiful work without any critique, without anything but admiration and all the inspiration you pay forward to all of us who love the art of the fish display!

Each moth the folk here choose up to 10 new contests participates from all the photos sent in to the contest and you get to vote for your favorite. For voting you get an extra chance at the free Silent Aire Compressor give away we do each year and the contests also are in the running for the Grand Championships all on December 31 2015! A program near and dear for me personally is the continuation of paying it back to a great industry that has brought me so much inspiration!

This September 2015 New Poll is up and ready for your vote!
Here are the contestants this month of September! Vote away!!!

Bruce Foster - Maryland, USA
Brad Graber - Minnesota, USA
Richard Metzger - Pennsylvania, USA

Janna Herridge - Texas, USA

Kevin Halle - Georgia, USA

Christian Carlson - Maine, USA

My Best

Rick Krane

Here is the winner Cool Fish of the Month of September!

Mr. Chris Sturtz of Iowa!

Deer and Gameheads / Re: WT Nose detail question
« Last post by George Roof on Yesterday at 09:28:35 AM »
IMO LiquiTex is much better than ModPodge. With LiquiTex you can shoot it through a #20 syringe (Good luck with ModPodge) sng you can Eve reproduce the oil glands on the eyelids. I use it as a foundation before painting. Finishing is a whole nuthet process.
Wanted / Re: WTB Craft Grade Blesbok Skull with Mandible in U.S.
« Last post by tat on Yesterday at 09:27:01 AM »
Have Blesbuck skull with horns no lower jaw I do have many warthog skulls with lower jaws no tusk if interested
Lifesize Mammals / Re: Mammal Of The Month October 2015
« Last post by Jon S on Yesterday at 09:10:50 AM »
that's a pretty cool pose on that coon.
Beginners / How to hang a Marten and Fisher?
« Last post by kuips on Yesterday at 08:56:47 AM »
Hello all

This is my first post, and it's a simple question.

I just had a Marten and Fisher done up for me, and they look fantastic.

I am now wondering what the best way is to hang them on the wall.  They will be going into drywall.  The mounts each have a single corner angle hanger over a pilot hole.  Is this a simple case of a plug and a round-headed screw?
Tanning / Re: Bacteria/ fungicide options
« Last post by Frank E. Kotula on Yesterday at 08:09:38 AM »
No there is no need for any bactericide in a pickle never the less odo ban. The acid in the pickle kills the bacteria.

As for the Ph yes 2 to 2.5 is the proper norm for acid. If you go lower you can and probably get hair swirl. So keep it at what the norm is and if you want to play and go beyond what the proper way to do things feel free.
Deer and Gameheads / Re: WT Nose detail question
« Last post by jhunter13 on Yesterday at 06:34:46 AM »
Thanks.  Do you have any pictures of your finished method?
Bird Taxidermy / Ruffed grouse
« Last post by ReplicasInc on Yesterday at 05:55:59 AM »
Looking to purchase 2 male grey phase ruffed grouse. Any help or who to contact would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Tutorials / Re: Altering a upright to a sneak help
« Last post by blacks on Yesterday at 05:10:11 AM »
G'Day Wilba. I'm no expert mate but have done a few of these and this is how I go about it.

First I draw a line roughly where the spine would be, to try and keep the anatomy as close as possible.

Then I draw where I'm going to cut and roughly where my wedges need to come out to get the angle I want.

Then I make my cuts, reverse the wedges to get the angle right. Hold it with wire or pins. Once you're happy, use a large spade bit to put a few 1cm deep holes over the mating surface of each part of the form and stick back together using bog (bondo). On larger alterations you'll need to use taxidermy foam to fill in the gaps.

After this, a little rasping then sculpting with clay, and Bob's your mother's brother ;)

Hope this helps you

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