Antelope Pics?

honkerdwn

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Dont see a whole lot of goat pics in here. Anyone have any pictures of there Utah goats that they would like to share? I hopefully will draw a northern Utah tag this year.
Would like to see what others have taken.

thanks,
HD
 

MTunderRadar

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Not Utah, Montana Archery
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300Win

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Dont see a whole lot of goat pics in here. Anyone have any pictures of there Utah goats that they would like to share? I hopefully will draw a northern Utah tag this year.
Would like to see what others have taken.

thanks,
HD
Dont see a whole lot of goat pics in here. Anyone have any pictures of there Utah goats that they would like to share? I hopefully will draw a northern Utah tag this year.
Would like to see what others have taken.

thanks,
HD
The first one is BC net 87 6/8
The second one nets BC 84 4/8

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OutdoorWriter

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I was going thru some old Kodak Photo cds the other day and came across this scanned image of an unusaul buck I killed on DIY hunt in NM in the 1980s. I was going to add it to my other mounted ones but wound up messing up the tanned cape because of improper storage. I think the horns are in a drawer somewhere in my workshop,

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okie archer

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If you
I was going thru some old Kodak Photo cds the other day and came across this scanned image of an unusaul buck I killed on DIY hunt in NM in the 1980s. I was going to add it to my other mounted ones but wound up messing up the tanned cape because of improper storage. I think the horns are in a drawer somewhere in my workshop,

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If you still have the horns it would be problem to mount it with a new cape from a different pronghorn if you wanted to.
 

OutdoorWriter

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If you

If you still have the horns it would be problem to mount it with a new cape from a different pronghorn if you wanted to.
Yeah, I know. It just wasn't a pressing matter. I also ruined the cape of a CA blactail buck and the hides of a huge mt. lion, blackbuck, two bears & a javelina that were all slated to be lifesize mounts.

Live & learn -- DO NOT store tanned hides in black plastic trash bags for a long time if they aren't in the freezer.
 

okie archer

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Yeah, I know. It just wasn't a pressing matter. I also ruined the cape of a CA blactail buck and the hides of a huge mt. lion, blackbuck, two bears & a javelina that were all slated to be lifesize mounts.

Live & learn -- DO NOT store tanned hides in black plastic trash bags for a long time if they aren't in the freezer.
Ouch! Man that hurts!
Thats one of my worst nightmares as a taxidermist. I have around 12-14 freezers.
 

OutdoorWriter

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Ouch! Man that hurts!
Thats one of my worst nightmares as a taxidermist. I have around 12-14 freezers.
Tell me about it! :mad: And to top it off, I had the lion's head at a taxidermist for beetle cleaning. The business went belly up, so I got a wrapped frozen one returned to me. Months later when my freezer took a holiday, the head defrosted & I found out it wasn't the head from my lion but a much smaller one. I knew because mine had a missing molar; the small one had all the teeth.

This is my lion being embraced by Randy Epperson. The tanned hide measures just short of 9' from nose to tail tip.

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The lion hide on the coffee table, blackbuck hide on left end table, one lifesize bear hanging in the corner & the other covereing the chair ...

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