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Chris Dischler, hands down
Spring Green Wisconsin
I have always wanted to try that, seems the sewing would be easier, its pounded in your head that you must start with a Dry Bird skin, now I see...
interesting that you dry the bird after mounting,,,,
Toothpaste, works like a charm....
you will very rarely put out a quality bird by rushing it, take your time and like Afthunt said repetition will help
if I remember Right Tony Finnazzo had a DVD on painting Waterfowl feet and heads,,, Think Joe K offered these
Boy they sure look good
once you buy this can it be watched over and over or is it a one time shot
Page Nethercutt did a article on this very pose in Taxidermy Today, not sure what issue, it was a very good article and talked about the tail...
So many different colors in a Snows Bill, never a one shot color, reds, Pinks, Oranges and purples and shading,,, look into Pan Pastels also,,,
Birds for Mounting, its in Wisconsin,,, very nice Birds
is the new High Fiber not work able???
Cecil, can or do you sell to Illinois now??
what about a pick up??
anybody from the Twin Lake , Michigan area fish this lake, going up in a few weeks,
any info will help
if the legs are dry not sure your going to fix that correctly, your best bet is to somehow work in a piece of habitat with a support wire to give...
Having just going through a Fire in my basement, I used a product I found at the dollar store, totally awesome degreaser is the name, this stuff...
Interesting Byrdman, just thinking that would make it easier to flesh, but what other advantage would you have??
Tom, Have you tried Blondhaven ( birds for Mounting ) they do have great birds
Dark Man, I always dry before I mount up the bird, is there a advantage to drying after??