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deer Crossing Eco Hunters??????

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anyone tried these vs the regular hunters?

thoughts?

$ 49.95 vs $ 54.95???

anyone have a 15% discount code they can send me? I’m ready to place a order!

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whose going Louisville KY deer and turkey show

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Is anyone going to this show? Its their first one. I’m going on Saturday.

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Holy Wow! Deer still have headgear

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These guys still have head gear… Wow taken this morning on my cam.

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Hanging a deer mount

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As guys start posting pics of the deer heads they are getting back from their taxi’s, I see quit a few of them being hung not square. Instead of commenting on a guys thread and looking like a jerk, just thought I’d share a few things that may help some guys along the way.

When you hang a head on the wall, make sure the eyes are parallel to the floor – nothing looks worse that the eyes tilted to one side or the other.

I also vacuum my mounts twice a year. I use the brush attachment on a small shop vac and brush with the grain of the hair making sure to get inside the ears, nose etc. Dust will destroy your heads more than anything – keeping your mounts dust free will help them last a lot longer.

I also wipe them down with a rag that has been sprayed with pledge. Not soaking wet, but just damp. It helps shed the dust. Go with the grain of the hair. This gives the hair a finished, fresh look. My taxi suggested I do that – he says it won’t harm a thing.

Try and keep those heads out of direct sun from a widow. I’ve seen heads fade badly when they have been exposed to sun for long periods of time.

Anybody else have any tips on hanging or taking care of your mounts?

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Anyone have BLACKTAIL DEER height/shoulder measurements? I’m making some targets

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I’m making some silhouette targets and am hoping to find a couple of real world measurements on BLACKTAILS.

I’ve got lots of sideview photos to scale up, just wondering how big to go!

I know they differ a lot, just looking for numbers that others have gotten.

I’ve never measured anything except how much meat went to the freezer.

Anyways- hoping someone has some measurements or knows where to find some online.

Really interested in height at top of back over the kill zone, and the belly off the ground height right below kill zone. Things that would be appreciated while making targets.

Maybe someone has access to a full standing taxidermy specimen and has a couple of minutes to measure?

Waiting until next season just wont do for me… That and I’d be measuring the smallest buck in the woods 🙂

Thanks!

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Got a piebald deer on my trail cam

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This property used to have an entirely albino doe, but she was hit by a car. After running cameras for a while I was happy to see that the gene is still making itself visible in the population. I don’t plan on shooting her, but I just wanted to share.

Bonus pics of a what the bucks look like here also.

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Deer antler lights

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on the living room light I didn`t have a lot of headroom & my boys ( both over 6′ tall) kept hitting their heads on the other light so I made this on. it is totally independent from each other & will move around as much as it needs to . used camo cloth on racks w/ spray adhesive. used chain & screw in hooks from a shoplight & the other 1/2 of the light that I used in my wagon wheel light. pretty easy. Now my antler lamps I really like these. I have made several sets & sold them. I only use a rack I can get both sides of so I will have a pair of lights. great for use as bedroom nightstand lights or living room end table lights. I just take one side of rack & hold it up till I can get the base as close to flat as I can. then I take a smaller rack that has a good fork in it and hold it up to the other rack and get a good idea where to cut it & what angle. then I drill into each piece a little and put a small dow rod into one side and shove it together. then I put a clear apoxy (wallmart-5 min. setup)on the antler where they meet. now the top I use a lamp rod. I drill a hole slightly bigger than the rod as center as I can and then I take a long 5/16 bit & drill from the bottom of that hole angle it to go as far as you can down the antler main beam. where it comes out is where it comes out.this is for your wire. run your wire thru the hole and thru the lamp rod and then apoxy the rod in the hole on top. make sure you have enough wire to do your socket on top. takes a little time but its worth it. it really looks good having the left & right side lights matching. any questions feel free to ask.antler creations 006.jpgantler creations 008.jpgantler creations 007.jpgantler creations 011.jpg
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Wounded deer!

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I saw this pic floating around on Facebook. If that’s real, that’s gotta be the most impressive wounded deer pic I’ve ever seen. Is it time for another "no man’s land" thread, cause I think someone finally found it

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