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    I don't have and "Western" animals on the wall yet......but I'm working on it. I have a couple hunts coming up over the next few years that should give me some good opportunities. But here is what I've managed to put together so far in my game room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Work2hunt View Post
    I don't have and "Western" animals on the wall yet......but I'm working on it. I have a couple hunts coming up over the next few years that should give me some good opportunities. But here is what I've managed to put together so far in my game room.
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    Nice whitetail collection. The pheasant is by far my favorite though. I have one that is in what I believe they call the molting phase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post


    These are 3 that didn't get mounted
    Why didn't the deep fork muley make a shoulder mount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ando_31 View Post
    Why didn't the deep fork muley make a shoulder mount?
    He's only 165" I have a bigger one on the wall already. The wife says I have a spot for one more Antelope then I have to start taking one off the wall to put a bigger one on. I am thinking of a mount I can put all of them on but not sure what that will be yet.
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    IKIC,
    I like what you have done with the ones in the corner. That is pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    He's only 165" I have a bigger one on the wall already. The wife says I have a spot for one more Antelope then I have to start taking one off the wall to put a bigger one on. I am thinking of a mount I can put all of them on but not sure what that will be yet.
    I've been thinking about making a pedestal stand where the base is basically a glassed off cube and has some birds/fish/coyote/whatever your fancy is, and then atop the base is a rotating post with 3 deer heads on it. Only problem is that takes up a heck of a lot of room when you put three deer heads back to back to back. It wouldn't be so bad if only antler mounts were used though.

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    These mounts are at my house, but unfortunately they are not all mine.

    These two belong to my buddy. He just had them sitting in a storage shed, so I offered him to put them in my place.
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    This is my brother's. Not sure why he hasn't taken it to his home, probably wifey will not allow.
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    Elk on the left is mine from Idaho, antelope on the right is my buddy's.
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    This is my deer.
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    This is my deer.
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    These two are Pop's. If you notice on the first pic, somebody had shot this buck during archery and the horn formed around the broadhead.
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    And finally, this is my bull.
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    Awesome animals, and great ways to display them. I always love to see the different mounts and creative ways to make the room come together. The only decorations I get excited about are photos and mounts that have memories to go with them.

    I have low ceilings and can't get to crazy with the way my critters are displayed, my elk skull mount just sits in the corner of the living room. I have a couple decent whitetail I have laying in the guest room bed now since I got my muley and last whitetail back. I'll see if I can figure out how to put up pics.

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