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My little home taxidermy studio...

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It's been a hectic summer with my wife and I getting our living room remodeled.  We added a wall to the living room and created an office for me that attaches to my work room.

Few pics...

Added a couple of drying walls

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The work room still needs some work. I plan on doing that this spring after I make some money of the venture. Not sure about what I'm going to do with the walls yet, need to add a sink too...

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Horn porn!!!

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We'll see how it goes. I have lots of connects around here that are promising to bring me their deer...lol

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Very nice.  Good luck with the business.  My dog would have a field day with all those sheds.  Chews them down to nothing.

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Looks great.  Some of those horns would look good in an old bushel basket.  I have some of my old racks displayed this way on my desk....although you might want an old wine barrel for the size of the racks and horns that you've got.

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Very nice! I did the same tongue and groove pine wall in my basement just to hang mounts on


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Will you be posting your rates...and are you only doing deer for the upcoming season or other animals as well.
Ps...studio looks sweet!

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10 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Very nice! I did the same tongue and groove pine wall in my basement just to hang mounts on


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I may throw a coat of poly on it. I'm thinking about doing a wall in the other room with it too...it's not cheap though!


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9 hours ago, mlammerhirt said:

Will you be posting your rates...and are you only doing deer for the upcoming season or other animals as well.
Ps...studio looks sweet!

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Thanks. Just doing deer for now!!! I'm not posting any rates as I don't know the policies of this site. Any one interested can PM me.


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"It's not a passion. It's an obsession!!!" - Mossy Oak

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I may throw a coat of poly on it. I'm thinking about doing a wall in the other room with it too...it's not cheap though!


I got it at Lenco, but the cheap price came with a lot of warped pieces

I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

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On September 1, 2016 at 10:28 AM, adkhunter71 said:

Looks great.  Some of those horns would look good in an old bushel basket.  I have some of my old racks displayed this way on my desk....although you might want an old wine barrel for the size of the racks and horns that you've got.

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I see Mr. Robin Hood paid a visit! 

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