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Striped burrfish x2. Oddly enough I did a report on them back in high school. Never seen one in person though. It is a species of porcupine fish.
This cat has it all. The beautiful markings of a southern cat with the prime fur of a northern cat. She is case skinned with the feet and tail...
It means one of the 2 parties involved in the sale HAS to have a fur buying or selling permit.
It’s fresh caught today. Dispatched with a .22 behind the shoulder. I can freeze whole or skin to your liking.
Is this one light enough to consider a color variation?[ATTACH]
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] I have an average female bobcat for sale. She is case skinned with the feet left in. There are a few skinning/bullet...
You better hope you’re not in the USA. If you are you better delete this thread, bury the owl, and change your name pronto!
Likewise! Prompt payment and no BS!
Once a thief always a thief. Good luck catching up with him.
This is how I do it.
1. Eat crab!
2. Throw away shells!
Sorry I couldn’t resist. Good luck and post pics when you’re done!
Sent you a PM. Responses to the thread are allowed in the Wanted section just not the For Sale section. If you don’t get the PM send me an email...
Cut up an old garden hose stuff a chunk on the top of every point too
13 point is correct. Almost all elk heads are packed out tines down. The elks chin should be right at the back of the packers head.
Possibly although a deer that small would likely not be fused together and have fallen apart while it was decomposing
Seawolf will be able to tell you for sure. My semi educated guess based on sized and location is a Javelina.
It’s a pelvis not a skull. Those are hip sockets not eye sockets.
Rear end of an elk I believe. The “eyes” are actually hip sockets. Could be a deer too depending on how accurate your foot long estimate is.
That deserves a lot more likes than I can give!