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Grooming buck pictures?

Discussion in 'Deer & Gamehead Photos' started by Alicia L, May 28, 2008.

  1. I am going to try to mount a whitetail buck in a grooming pose, and am haveing difficulty locating some pictures of this pose. Could anyone help me? I have found one picture on this website so far. I have googled "whitetail deer grooming" and "whitetail deer grooming posture" to no avail. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. laserred

    laserred New Member

    google deer scratching and click on images and it will have a lot of pictures there, not sure if its what you what or not tho.
     

  3. BOBTRAC

    BOBTRAC New Member

    ALICIAL, DO YOU NEED A JAWSET OR NOT FOR GROOMING BUCK? I'VE GOT EVERYTHING TO MOUNT ONE BUT HAVEING TROUBLE FIGURING OUT HOW TO DO MOUTH. DO YOU NEED JAWSET OR NOT?
     
  4. Gina

    Gina New Member

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    Heres a few I have of near grooming poses, not sure if they will help. Most are blacktail. I d deffinately ask Bill Yox if he has any, hes got his own bucks at home, Im sure they lick foten enough for him to have snapped a pic or two ;)

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  5. Gina

    Gina New Member

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    OMG!!! Alicia!! thanks for the pictures of your deer!! hes absolutely fantasic! Hope you will post it up for everyone to enjoy! if you need help posting i would be happy to do that for you ;)
     
  6. Thanks again Gina! (Sorry I can't stop saying that! ::)) I am proud of my first deer, and hope to learn from my mistakes, to make the second one better than the first. That's what your're supposed to do, right?
     
  7. Gina

    Gina New Member

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    Someone once told me, Your learn from your mistakes, or you create bad habits. Basically, learn and always strive to do better with each mount. Dont fall into the drone of making them over and over, do better every time. be awayre of what you are doing, and dont form bad habits or you will not become a master taxidermists, just a master of bad habits lol

    Your onthe right road! From what i can see lot of people agree! Keep your mind open to learning everything. You can never stop learning! Keep up the good work! Your amazing :)