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Picked up my mount today from Kevin’s Taxidermy in Connecticut. First time using him and I’m really happy with the work. I found him through the Bowsite forum where I noticed a bunch of people use him. He told me today he does around 300 Whitetails per year. Pics attached from his shop. That’s one wall of 3 with bucks still to do. He said he basically works 12-14 hours per day 5 days a week through July to finish them all.

 

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That is an excellent mount.  The eyes look just right.  That seems to be the most difficult part of making a realistic looking mount.   

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Now I want a lobster mount.

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Give it a name, apply human sentiment, and its no longer a wild animal its a Disney character.

 

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That is an excellent mount.  The eyes look just right.  That seems to be the most difficult part of making a realistic looking mount.   


I agree. Sometimes they look sleepy or high


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Turned out awesome!

That’s a good turn around time as well. How far of a ride was it to drop off and pick up?


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Turned out awesome!

That’s a good turn around time as well. How far of a ride was it to drop off and pick up?


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1 hour each way. All highway. Yea I beat all the guns bucks so I was in the front of the pack


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What's mount run money wise.......on that side of the state?

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It was $575


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Do you remember what they call that pose?  


Unlike in years past with other taxidermists, i actually did not pick a specific mount this time. I just told him I wanted Semi turned Right with Ears back and let him do what he felt was best


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6 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

 


Unlike in years past with other taxidermists, i actually did not pick a specific mount this time. I just told him I wanted Semi turned Right with Ears back and let him do what he felt was best


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I got a semi sneak straight and liked it a lot but was thinking for next buck ( if ever) would get something different , semi sneak with a slight turn.  

And I really like that. Doesn't have that straight up stiff pose. You def got a good mount at a good price. 

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I got a semi sneak straight and liked it a lot but was thinking for next buck ( if ever) would get something different , semi sneak with a slight turn.  
And I really like that. Doesn't have that straight up stiff pose. You def got a good mount at a good price. 


Yea that’s my go-To style for shoulder mounts. Here’s 2 muleys and 2 lopes with similar styles

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Nice bunch of mounts biz.  The mountain lion is amazing.  Nice mulies too.  You def needed a white tail for the wall living on the east coast.  You better build on before your stone sheep hunt. 

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Nice bunch of mounts biz.  The mountain lion is amazing.  Nice mulies too.  You def needed a white tail for the wall living on the east coast.  You better build on before your stone sheep hunt. 


I had a basket 8pt whitetail from 2007 mounted but I took it down and kept the rack to replace its spot work this 2019 buck.


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Any fish mounts?  Didn't you have that trout you got mounted or was that your Dad's?  I know u both got a couple nice ones 


I have an old bass and salmon mount.

My Dad’s rainbow in the summer was done by this same guy who did my deer. It came out nice.

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Nice. Hope he didn't cover up any scars that were on it! 

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Nice. Hope he didn't cover up any scars that were on it! 


No major scars. Chipped off tip of G3, left as is


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No offense but I can't believe that one guy does 300 deer in 10 months.  That's one a day every day over this span. This doesn't include form and cape prep and finish work. He also must tan all 300 hides too. Just doesn't add up?


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