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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by *, Jul 13, 2009.
Congratulations Dennis, even for us who aren't as gifted as you, your work always inspires us Bill
Dennis is awsome, congrats, dude!
Dennis, Great Job
when I first saw you Sat. night I almost felt the need to confess.....LOL
AN OTHER JOB WEL DONE , AND I HERE BY WISH YOU ALL CONGRATS IN THE TAXIDERMY WORLD, YOU HAVE BIN A GREAT INSPERATION TO ME , SO MY NEXT SQUIRRELS WILL BE AIR BORN
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Very nice Dennis. Damn.
Congrats, Beautiful mount, Can you give me a guesstamate on the weight of the cougar.
Dennis another fantastic piece. Congrats on all the awards and the FRONT PAGE! You are the man my friend. Congrats again. Dan
Cougar mounted weight or live weight??
Alive the cougar was just a 140 lb
If your talking about the mount
Base weight 650+
Elk about 350+
Cougar about 75-80lbs
Total around 1000 to 1050 lbs
You deserve it...............
Wow 1000lbs, that must be what you were getting the burly help lined up for a bit back, I was talking live cat weight thought, never seen a live cougar but had a herd of Elk walk about 20 ft from me in Atlanta Mi, so I was kind of trying to judge size to size. Congrats again.
Congratulations Dennis!!! And a special thanks for letting me take a picture with you and the young lady named Cassie from Eunice, LA. She asked me if I thought you would be in the picture with her...I asked, you agreed...you are the man!...you made that young aspiring taxidermists' day! I will try to get a copy of that picture from her and forward it to you.
Congratulations Dennis! That piece is truly awe inspiring! The engineering on it is amazing, but I am also equally perplexed as to how you got it to the show and got it put together. Good work. I wish I would have had a chance to get to know you at the show, but my schedule was too hecktic.
Congrats *, another exceptional piece that keeps you looking at it waiting to see what the out come of the chase will be.
I was kinda thinkin the same thing only that was an elk I shot. Just makes it more special I guess when you see what a true artist can do with it. I remember thinking I ought to just half this elk to load it in the truck but figured someone would want it. Always like looking at that mount