Thanks, I've got a couple of years left, but at some point a bigger house will be in order.brokenblade said:That's awesome. You've got alot of great animals stored in there. Looks to me like in a couple years you may need to convert another room in the house if you keeping getting those heads:wink:
Not that big of a house at all, just a very understanding wife!Bassmaster said:Thats impressing how big is your house. You must be single or your wife has alot of jewlery to take her mind off those deer heads.LOL! Great collection some nice mature bucks and turks and bass. My future house is there.
Yes, it is my basement. That's the reason for the ductwork that divides the room as well.RxBowhunter said:The built-in shelf looks like foundation wall.
Very nice! I really like the wood walls and ceiling and the lighting is great.
Nice mounts and trophys. Thanks for sharing.
I miss "my room" in our old house that I finished in the basement. This makes me motivated to get more done on our current basement.:wink:
Actually, a farmer found those sheds when he was driving across the field in the spring. He has those sheds at his house.whtlfanatic said:Where are the giant typical sheds that you guys found last year? I didn't see them in the pictures?
P.S. Knupp Outdoors is a fine outfitter. I'll be hunting there this November.
Actually, anywhere from Ogle Co. to Brown Co. and 1/2 dozen counties in between. I've been fortunate enough to hunt quite a few different properties around the state. Never hunted in southern or eastern Illinois though. Maybe someday.....cujrh10 said:So where exactly in IL did you shoot these deer? :wink:
I'm surprised you didn't point our your weapon of choice in picture #5.:wink:PeterM said:Yeah excellent room mate!