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the forum seems a little slow latley so i just thought i would post something new.

this is a fox mike did for a customer last month:


this is the turkey he did for the mini pta cometition at cabelas alst month:



hope you all have a great hunting season.
 

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i love pedestal mounts too. they look more appealing at eye level and if you have pets it is an added bonus that they cant get to them as easily.
 

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That turkey is beautiful. I can almost hear him making those angry tom noises LOL. I used to have a bunch of tame wild turkeys, hens and toms, and the toms would do those postures and make certain sounds. All I have left hanging around is 2 hens, foxes got most of the flock and the poults kept dying from probably blackhead which is carried by chickens ( yes, despite all of my trapping- I can never get all of the foxes). The toms I had were also nice ones, none of them ever attacked people like so many other tame wild toms seem to do. Anyway, the 2 hens I have left seem to be pretty OK hanging out with the 8 guineas.
 

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martinshooter: oh, paul has it in the bag every time..he is amazing with the birds. mike wants to take class with him sometime!
foxtrapper: mikes dad is a farmer and has guineas running around...we love the fact they eat the tics!! (our son had rocky mountian spotted fever the other year...so scary.)
 
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