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Coyote full mount question...

Can anyone tell me what I could expect to pay for a full mount on a coyote. I realize that prices will vary but I am just wondering what I should expect if I would happen to get my chance at one again. It may make the difference on whether I shoot or not.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-13-2011, 02:40 PM
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Re: Coyote full mount question...

check out http://www.randykuntztaxidermy.com he is a sponsor here, does great work and has prices that you will find hard to beat when comparing the quality of his yote mounts

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Re: Coyote full mount question...

I called around and got a lot of different prices on a beaver. Went towards Littlestown to get my beaver done. Jocoby tax in New Oxford he does good work and his price are fair.
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$550-$650

Here's one I had done for my dad last season.
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Re: Coyote full mount question...

i just looked at my guys price list and he charges $310 with a cork base. thats full body, nature bases are extra or bring your own and its and extra $50 for open mouths. Lifelike Taxidermy in franklin pa. 814 432 4142

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i just looked at my guys price list and he charges $310 with a cork base. thats full body, nature bases are extra or bring your own and its and extra $50 for open mouths. Lifelike Taxidermy in franklin pa. 814 432 4142

not even going to say anything on that one
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Re: Coyote full mount question...

I am just below York county and I charge 600-800, bases are extra. Coyotes are alot of work but I have an affinity towards them. I would take very good care of your coyote and respect it. I do the tanning on them too, fully tanned. I just love working with them, but as I said, they are alot of work, many different steps.

310 for a full coyote? I don't want to say anything either except maybe "1980's". Now I shut up.
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Oh yeah BTW, if you cannot afford a full mount, consider a rug, or a pedestal style shoulder mount.
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This one cost me $742.00. Jackrabbit extra!

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post #10 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-14-2011, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Coyote full mount question...

Thanks for the replies and the photos. They really make a nice mount. I would love to have one. I just don't think my wife would be too fond of it and I bet my dog wouldn't like it either. Oh well, if Mr. Wiley Coyote comes by my stand again I will make my decision then.
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