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Old 01-05-2008, 10:14 AM
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no they cant, same with any other type of advertising. they can reply to threads or answer questions etc though.
I did not think they were advertising, just being helpfull, which they were.
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Old 01-05-2008, 02:12 PM
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The best bobcat mounts I have ever seen. The difference in these and all others is night and day. That is amazing.

Haven and Bowbuck,

Go here and look at all of his work. This man is amazing. I don't know him, have never had work done by him but just found the site. If the pics are representative of his work then he is in another league.

http://www.wildlifeartiststudio.com

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Old 01-05-2008, 02:18 PM
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Yep I looked at his site before I posted above. All of his work is very impressive. It makes you want to shoot a possum and mail it to him (even though he is no longer taking in animals). Pretty nice taxidermy, even though the fake deer antlers aren't helping him any. LOL

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I agree those links to "Wildlife Artist" are the best cat mounts I have ever seen. I would say that 99% of the cat mounts I have seen in person aren't exactly life like.
As a young man I always wanted one mounted but never had the chance to shoot one. Now I just enjoy seeing them every now and then.

Good luck in finding the "right" taxidermist for your needs.

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Old 01-16-2008, 12:18 AM
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Got this one in Townsend 7 or 8 years ago. I paid $200 to have it mounted. I think I did OK. I've had quite a few people startled when they saw it "lounging" in my study.
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Old 01-16-2008, 06:58 AM
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Got this one in Townsend 7 or 8 years ago. I paid $200 to have it mounted. I think I did OK. I've had quite a few people startled when they saw it "lounging" in my study.
Jay, we basicly have the same mount. You got a better price though. I think mine was around $250.00 It was about 8 or 10 years ago when I got it done.

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Old 01-16-2008, 09:32 AM
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Old 01-16-2008, 10:52 AM
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Jay, we basicly have the same mount. You got a better price though. I think mine was around $250.00 It was about 8 or 10 years ago when I got it done.


Who did yours? They probably charged a little extra for the alligator

I have an 8 point & red fox, done by the same guy in Jesup. He has my coyote right now. I saw a gray fox he mounted laying down and it was such a simple mount but probably one of the most realistic I'd seen- so I had him do my cat the same way.
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Old 01-16-2008, 10:56 AM
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Here's mine I got done at Woody's.
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Who did yours? They probably charged a little extra for the alligator

I have an 8 point & red fox, done by the same guy in Jesup. He has my coyote right now. I saw a gray fox he mounted laying down and it was such a simple mount but probably one of the most realistic I'd seen- so I had him do my cat the same way.
Man I can't even remember who did that one. My guy was so boked up I took it to someone else. He did a good job on it.

The gator is one of those things ya get when your on the road stop for gas and then ya have to shut the kids up for the rest of the trip Now you know they HAD TO HAVE IT... see where it wound up though
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im with you i didnt see it as advertising but there again you cant mention other taxidermist in this forum without catchin heat i think it helps to mention others so people can find out things about the taxidermist in there area whos good and whos not so good ect.
yall can mention anyone you want, but remember that lots and lots of folks here have some serious loyalty to woody...who provided this place for us for many many years...not only for the quality of work, which is second to none on deer and fish, but also the quality of man which goes without saying.

also the reason yall didnt see the above posts as advertising is because I removed the taxi's links to their own pages before you saw them. no problems with folks being informative, but leave the advertising angle out
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Old 01-18-2008, 07:45 AM
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I killed this one with my bow a few years ago. he came sneaking through a privet head i was hunting. I made a sqeaking sound with my mouth. He turned and took the trail right by my stand.
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Shot this little guy acouple of years ago.. Pretty animals..

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Im in the stand now debating on shooting one but he only has one ear. Those are some purdy mounts.
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Whether or not its advertising, this is the HOG hunting forum.

That said, seems like the eyes are the biggest issue with most mounts as to how lifelike they are. And as focused on comfort as cats are, some of those poses need work too. Guess I'd look closely at someones work before chosing a taxidermist.
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How does this whole bobcat thread have to do with hog dogging?
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How does this whole bobcat thread have to do with hog dogging?
same thing i was thinkin i do like to look at the little fellers, ive seen a couple huntin but never shot one. here kitty, kitty, kitty
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