Deer Mount Made Out of Shed Antlers
This photo has been floating around on the internet of an awesome deer head mount made out of shed antlers!
We’ve seen some pretty cool mounts before, but this one is right up there with the most creative. We are not sure where this mount came from, so please, let us know if you find out, but whoever made this is very creative. The entire deer head mount is made out of shed antlers and probably took some serious time and skill to build. Continue Reading
Awesome Ice Fishing Crappie Mount
This amazing ice fishing crappie mount was done by Advanced Taxidermy out of Ontario, Canada.
I came across this amazing taxidermy mount the other day and think that it’s one of the most creative pieces that I’ve ever seen. Ice fisherman are sure to love the details and the uniqueness of this mount. I have never seen anything like it and the work is incredible. The guys at Advanced Taxidermy in Caledon, Ontario made it and you can see more amazing work on their website. Continue Reading
25 Bad Taxidermy Mounts
If you’ve shot a great buck, or duck, or caught a huge fish and want to get it mounted….. then please, do NOT take it to one of these guys. These mounts are absolutely terrible and I’d love to see the faces of the people that went to pick these up. They could be a big joke though? I really hope so, because I can’t imagine that anyone could possibly be this bad at their job. Anyway, take a look at these bad taxidermy mounts and if you want to see more, check out 25 of the worst taxidermy mounts ever. Continue Reading
Jimbo’s Jumbos- User Submission
This MorningMoss user by the name of Jimbo submitted his mounts of a few of his trophies from just the past 2 years. Keep up the good work!
Reader and fan- Jimbo is showing off a few of his mounts from trophies that he’s managed to tag in the last two seasons. Continue Reading
How to Preserve Birds Before Taxidermy
Preserve your birds to look their best with these taxidermy tips
With taxidermy becoming as expensive as it is (and for good reason) we want you to know exactly how to keep your trophy as perfect as possible before taking it to your taxidermist. Continue Reading