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Scumfrog
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 08:30 AM 02/09/05 (CST)
Last night I picked up a wild turkey that was hit by a car. It was still warm and very big. I'd say around 25 pounds. Talked to the dnr and they said I can keep it to have it mounted. The only thing wrong is it has a broken neck and some feathers are missing off the chest.

So does any one know were I can get it stuffed that's not going to cost me arm and a leg?



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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 09:41 AM 02/09/05 (CST)
Ha! I recommend Mrs. McCubbins for the stuffing. I'd think that four hours in a 350-degree oven ought to take care of the rest. [grin]





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Scumfrog
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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 09:59 AM 02/09/05 (CST)
hahahaha. All right you got me...Mineralman.. But I'll get you back.



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 02:58 PM 02/09/05 (CST)
Scum frog youcan try this place i know it a long shot but you never know..
Sacred Trails Studio & Taxidermy
Pillager,Mn 56473
phone # (218)746-3364
Cell # (218)330-0499
tghey say to stuff Cotton in the mouth &do not gut put in plastic bag and put in freezer..
hope that helps you out a little bit..



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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 07:25 AM 02/10/05 (CST)
Hard Ice,
Why can't you put it in a plastic bag? I've heard this also and don't know why. I've also heard that if you wrap it in paper it dries it out. What gives, I've already froze it in a bag.



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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 07:49 AM 02/10/05 (CST)
ok let's try this agian.
Scumfrom i don't know why you you put it a paper bag i jusr wrote what was on the card!!!!


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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 07:59 AM 02/10/05 (CST)
Scumfrom,you got me going now..
ok i found the card agian just for you i did read it agian..
what ever you don't put in a paper bag because it drys out to much..


when you read my post it went some thing like this.

do not gut put in platic bag and frezz..


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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 09:11 AM 02/14/05 (CST)
Well I found a taxidrmist. He said putting it in plastic was fine. I did weigh it, he's 25 pounds. Next year I hope to get out and shot my own.

Hey webdude is it ok with you if I give out the web site for the taxidermist? He has some really cool stuff.



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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 09:32 AM 02/14/05 (CST)
Perfectly okay with me. In fact, I have a spot for taxidermy in my directory. If he would like to be put in there permanently, have him fill out the "add to directory form." It is located here.



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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 10:16 AM 02/14/05 (CST)
I saw more wild turkeys bow hunting this year than all the other years I have hunted combined! I am trying to wiggle turky permission from the landowner. He is a big nird nut and likes to hunt them himself. He doesn't mind us taking deer but I have to be careful when it comes to the birds!






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