I won’t say that I’ve seen it all, but I’ve seen a lot when it comes to taxidermy. I’ve also learned a lot of lessons the hard way. Well, today I’m going to share some taxidermy lessons I’ve learned over the years (on both domestic and international hunts) to help you avoid similar issues in the future and help ensure you can memorialize your dream hunt with good quality taxidermy products at a reasonable price.
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What We Covered
1) Brief overview of taxidermy terminology
2) Difference between finished taxidermy and raw trophies
3) Why it’s important to research your taxidermist before your hunt and to be actively involved in the whole process
4) Why you’re asking for trouble if you try to save money with a cheap taxidermist
5) Things to keep in mind that will both save you money AND ensure you still receive a quality taxidermy product
6) Pros and cons of doing taxidermy overseas vs in your home country
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