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Brisket rub's

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by ANDY, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. ANDY

    ANDY Well-Known Member

    Just curious if any of you guy's/gal's try to repair the brisket rub's on deer. Being that i just flesh cape's , it seem's almost that every deer that i flesh anymore has the point of brisket rubbed off.
  2. Cory

    Cory Keep an eye on quality!

    Damn. Thought you were gonna talk BBQ! I just deal with the deers brisket as is, not worth the money (time) to do any different on a commercial mount.

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  3. huntnut78

    huntnut78 Member

    Me too! I was going to give away my secret recipe! Not really. Each one is a case by case depending on how severe it is. Most times I can talk someone into a simple wall habitat for $50. Looks better, less work, more money. Triple win.
  4. srholmes30

    srholmes30 Living each and every day

    michael p. posted great a fix,And think someone also posted using Potassium perm. mix :-\
  5. Matt

    Matt Active Member

    Like stated, it really depends on the severity of the damage. Most guys want to see the character, but if it's really bad, a small scene usually does the trick and they end up with a custom mount. Just be sure to charge for you time.
  6. jorgy

    jorgy Member

    I airbrush them. Seems like that gray really stands out on the front of them if they are too bad. Had a bunch of them that were really rubbed this year
  7. It's terrible this year here in Western PA. I think every cape that I took in had some brisket rub damage. Minwax aged oak stain on a rag helps to blend that gray colored hair and it's easier to get. Give it a try, I think you will be suprised with the results.
  8. DickGJ

    DickGJ Speak softly and carry a Big Stick!

    Thanks for giving me my first laugh of the day Cory! ;D