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Author Topic: Blacktail Taxidermy process  (Read 2317 times)

Offline Pete112288

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Re: Blacktail Taxidermy process
« Reply #15 on: December 23, 2020, 10:31:32 PM »
Thatís awesome. I think that is great business practice! Did you shoot that buck this year?

Yes, this year. Shot Oct. 27, had it at the taxi the morning of the 28th

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Re: Blacktail Taxidermy process
« Reply #16 on: December 24, 2020, 04:28:48 AM »
Thatís awesome. I think that is great business practice! Did you shoot that buck this year?

Yes, this year. Shot Oct. 27, had it at the taxi the morning of the 28th
he has a quick turn around? What taxi is doing the work? You could pm me that info if you donít want to share.
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Re: Blacktail Taxidermy process
« Reply #17 on: January 29, 2021, 10:41:48 PM »
So got some good updates on the process. Man, really seeing step by step on some things is a real eye opener. I have watched his progress on some other deer and am amazed at how it all comes together through the last portion of the drying process. He was clear to tell me not to judge too much at this point because there is a lot of finish work and tweaking still to do throughout it being on his "drying wall" as he calls it. But it sure does get me excited to see the cape on the form and everything.

 


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