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Mark Christianson

Steps to properly cape out your trophy

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Mark Christianson

I know I have been guilty of not properly caping a deer.

I got this from a taxidermist today.

You can right click the image and save picture as to your computer if you want.

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Rotwieler

good to know, if i do get a big guy crazy.gif

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EatSleepFish

read and saved! now hopefully a bear(or deer)will make his way to my knife blade soon! Thanks.

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Mark Christianson

Bumping up for people heading out this weekend.

Dont cut yourself short when caping!

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harvey lee

and dont cut the throat. If you have to drag the deer don't use a round around the neck as you will damage the hair.

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Shack

Cape a Deer! That is something only Bow Hunter get to do grin.gif

Bow hunter's have all the luck and get the big bucks first!

Good luck guys!

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harvey lee

Shack

Luck??? thats all skill baby. wink.gif

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WaitForIt

Quote:

Cape a Deer! That is something only Bow Hunter get to do

Bow hunter's have all the luck and get the big bucks first!


No, they just work the harder at it smile.gif KIDDING PEOPLE. I take it you read that article in Sunday's paper.

I screwed up a little bit last year - cut up a bit too high into the lower sternum. The taxidermist did a pretty good job fixing it though.

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