Got my grouse mount back

Discussion in 'Wisconsin Flyway Forum' started by G.B. Jack, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. G.B. Jack

    G.B. Jack Elite Refuge Member

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    Very nice!
     
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    Quarne Elite Refuge Member

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    That's beautiful!
     
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    Kevin WI Moderator Moderator

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    I like it.
     
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    That has to be one of if not the best grouse I have seen done. Only comment I have is it would have looked more natural on a slab of Moss covered log than drift wood. But that's being petty!
     
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    G.B. Jack Elite Refuge Member

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    I don't disagree with you, but I didn't want any " fungus" in the house!:l
     
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    wow, that is a beut! I think grouse are the hardest birds to preserve for mounting due to the loss of feathers on the retrieve, nylons are your friend for transporting them. Nicely done!
     
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    I'd agree! And their thin skin would make it a challenge for any taxidermist, I'd think.
     

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