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Not at this time . I am working on deer I have and a few capes I bought .
In May I was at a week long school Which they had us flesh raw...
Perfect! Thanks Keith.
QUOTE="Tanglewood Taxidermy, post: 2911821, member: 33152"]Are you starting a business?[/QUOTE
I was questioning the tan capes at first part of my question about thawing not raw capes.
The salt part was a different question I figured...
Finally got shop built and ready to start my adventure .
Starting on one of my personal mounts it’s already wet tanned.
I was thinking $50, so I was in the ball park.
I wanted to touch base with my local butcher shops before season that do whitetail deer processing for any capes they maybe able to snag for me....
I like this approach . Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.
I had bought a short haired cape , wet tanned that measures the seller states 6.5x13x14x15 that was supposedly off a 1.5 year old buck ....