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You bagged a nice gobbler, now how do prepare it for the taxidermist? Tips and tricks on how to prepare and preserve your turkey for mounting
For those hunters privileged enough to harvest a once in a lifetime trophy animal, taking the proper steps after the animal is down, could mean the difference between a beautiful wall hanger and a devastating phone call from your taxidermist.
You finally got your trophy deer and you want a mount. But what type? Head, shoulder, antlers, the entire deer? We've got some good ideas and choices for you.
There's more to an enjoyable aftermath of a deer hunt than just venison -- like using the pelt. Lots of hunters have discovered that with a little work, they can realize some extra dollars, a wall mount, or some very nice wearable items by preparing the deer pelt properly.
For truly exceptional deer most hunters choose a shoulder mount. The work you do before getting to the taxidermist is just as important as the work done after you drop off your buck.