October 28th, 2009, 08:34 AM
Northern VA Taxidermist ?
Shot a nice 9 Point last week, and decided to have him mounted, but unfortunately the taxidermist I used six years ago is no longer doing business in the same location. He did a great job on my last deer and I would really like to use him again. Unfortunately I don't have his name or number. He was located right outside the north gate to MCS Quantico. If he is still in business and anyone can send me a name and phone #, I would appreciate it.
If not, I would appreciate any recommendations.
October 28th, 2009, 08:37 AM
Wolverine Taxidermy in Bluemont has done one for me and has another he will have done here soon. Takes some time, about a year, but nice work, nice guy. His name is Larry Bassett, right off the Shenandoah River
"We didn't get to where we are on the food chain by being vegetarian.
Are we not all target archers by default?
I harvest crops. I kill animals.
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October 28th, 2009, 10:21 AM
His name is Laben. He move down to Lake Anna. He's done a couple of mounts for my friend and has only done one for me. I take all my deer to Cockrills or Griffens. Griffen is the S@!%T. PM me.
October 28th, 2009, 01:30 PM
use creative wildlife taxidermy in stafford on poplar rd. 540-752-1212
great work. do not use JIMS's taxidermy in woodbridge. that guy is a total hack.
October 28th, 2009, 01:36 PM
gotts get this off my chest
oh please please please have that buck mounted on full alert.. His rack is perfect for that!
Florida meat hunters: Killing tomorrows trophy today because we dont have a chance anyways.
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