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    That's cool never seen one like that. Its a good way to remember your guys success that year. AWESOME !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by d.kerri View Post
    Wow- Gorgeous. I love unique mounting ideas- thanks for sharing. Do you have any other unique mounts?
    I have a couple more in the works but here are 2 that I really like. The deer is a little generic but I haven't seen this style of plaque before. He was an archery buck so my taxidermist made the plaque to fit the archery theme. The bobcat was a custom form made by my taxidermist. He was a 38 pound tom that I called in with a little hand held call a couple years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d.kerri View Post
    Wow- Gorgeous. I love unique mounting ideas- thanks for sharing. Do you have any other unique mounts?
    I have a wood duck and a banded Canada goose being done right now. Both are custom mounts. I'll share them when I get them back...

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    That's pretty cool.

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    Hilltop- thanks again for sharing. I like the "arrowhead-ish" plaque. And the tom is beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the waterfowl.

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    That's awesome and a great idea.


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    If you happen to freeze the antelope head, take it out and put the head down inside a 5-gallon bucket to thaw for a day or two. Be careful to not let the sun and/or heat get close to the head, as it will spoil the meat, and make the process much less enjoyable. Keeping the head in a garbage bag, inside a cooler with ice is best.

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    Curious what the mount that secures the heads to the plaque looks like. Long bolt or rod in the Axis Joint?

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    Just an idea, if you skin out the heads and cape , it would probably paid for your euro's. Taxidermists buy capes all the time and some will just trade you a euro for your cape. I love the one on the left and that is the one I would of taken if all 3 were together... This is my latest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    I have a couple more in the works but here are 2 that I really like. The deer is a little generic but I haven't seen this style of plaque before. He was an archery buck so my taxidermist made the plaque to fit the archery theme. The bobcat was a custom form made by my taxidermist. He was a 38 pound tom that I called in with a little hand held call a couple years ago.

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    The cat is very cool.
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