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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by michael p., Feb 29, 2012.
Nice job Mike, you are a good man. Have fun and be safe, post some pics when you get back.
Good things happen to good people, there for you will have a great vacation.
not to meny of your kind around anymore. way to go. have a safe trip.
I have had the same thing happen in the past the client loved it and the family was so happy!!!!! Makes you feel good!!!! congrads they will not forget you either john
HAVE A GREAT VACATION!
youve earned it!
Great story, your the'' MAN'' Micheal !
That was a great story and who knows you may have given that man the will to live another day. Good Job and enjoy the vacation!
That was a great story on so many levels. This is just one of many things I have seen you do over the years like this. They just don't make many folks like you. Thanks for sharing. I am sure that family will never forget what you did for them.
"YOU ARE THE MAN" Have fun on your trip and good luck.
I never cease to be amazed on this website! Enjoy your vacation. This is ONE instance where DP is actually a good thing!
well done Mick you have a good heart mate!
I would hope that given the opportunity, most of us would have done the same thing. Good job.
I have had more than a few terminally ill people take fishing charters with me over the decades. Some of them even children. When you can help to put a smile no their faces, it really feels nice.
One quetion, what is the Stop Rot/DP method? I have used Stop Rot and I know how DP mounts are done, but I've never heard of a method with both.
Good on you Michael.
Wow Michael P! You are such a nice guy with a big heart!
You're a good soul, Michael. I've heard you and a couple other people mention your DP and Stop Rot method. Do you just spray a raw hide with stop rot and after awhile rub DP in it, or is there more to it?
That is awesome, I read a lot of your post, but don't post often comment. Your are truly an inspiration to so many, not just in the taxidermy trade but how you conduct your self as a human being. Great job and I look forward to learning more from you in the future
Michael is not available right now to answer your question, so I will. He can correct me later if he needs to, but I have seen him do it and yes, he sprays it down real good and then rubs the dp into it and mounts it. I feel this way about it; the capes he did that on are very thin skinned Texas capes. I'm not sure if a heavy thick skinned cape would work as well, but I can't say for sure. But on the thin capes it seems to work just fine. At least thats my take on it.
Thanks. I don't plan on using DP since I'm not in that big of a hurry, but I wanted to know in case I ever get in a situation where I have to do something like that. I asked more out of curiosity. As far as thick versus thin skinned deer, our seasons start in July so they can be pretty thin here.