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SledNeck

Best Taxidemist Iron Range/Duluth area for Grouse

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Opinions? Pictures of mounts????

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I had a deer done 2 yrs ago by HIPP taxidermy just north of duluth. I called around the area (Duluth, Superior, Virginia, Cloquet), he wasn't the cheapest but wasn't the most expensive either. FAST (6 months sooner than most)turn around and I thought he did a great job. Has a show room with everything under the sun, including grouse, ducks, turkeys and pheasants. Might be worth a phone call IMO.

ERW

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I would check out Artistic Anglers just north of Duluth right before HIPP I believe. Across Rice Lake Road from the Car Dealer/Armor Gas.

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Artistic Anglers does great work from what I've seen. They are also pretty expensive and takes forever.

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I got a fish in Bowe's Taxidermy shop, he's got some great mounts in his display room. Nice guy to grin.gif

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Bowe does great work as well.

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Frank's Taxidermy in Iron or Elich in Bovey. Both are a little higher priced and it takes a long time to get your mount back, but it will be worth the wait.

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Randy Bowe has done a few things for me and I have been very satisfied with his art work.

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