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Decided not to add this to the instate thread. Got a few of us wanting to go next February. Any good recommendations for guides?
Talk about a halfxxx job. I didn't see one single pic of Big Snook.
Wood ducks look good in about any pose, but I tend to prefer standing so it shows off their side pocket feathers.
I've had the similar experiences on craig's list, but I agree with you. Once a deal is agreed upon, it's done in my opinion.
I went the fishing line route with mine when he was about 10. He's 14 now & had no other problems.
I finally got Rudy's birds done. He should have them soon.
Maybe Dunham's in Burlington
They're the ones that brought the suite.
How about doing a foot from each one with the band on it? I have one I did with the brass from a shell at the top. Hangs from a leather loop.
The last half of the show is correct on the commercials, but if you'll notice I don't think they had a commercial for about the 1st 25 minutes.
That's a really cool pic
Look at the tutorials on Taxinet. There is a good one there about making molds.
Saw several groups yesterday in North Carolina.
My brother in law gave $65 this past weekend.
Nice job to all of you.
Find your state taxidermy association. They generally have vendors setup at their shows.
Page at Moore's Swamp is a little further north than that, but it would be worth the drive.
I like those fingerless military wool gloves & one of those muff hand warmers. The muffs are warm & you can shoot with those wool gloves. If it...
Harbor Freight carries wheels like those.
Backstrap: slice thin, marinate in bottle of Worcestershire, small bottle of Italian dressing & a pack of that dry onion soup. I generally do it...