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Good Crappie taxidermist?

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Anyone have a reccommendation for a good taxidermist in the area? Specifically for a stringer mount of 5 nice Crappies? Thanks in advance.

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Paul Schmidkunz in St cloud did mine, very nice job. He is listed under Taxidermy in the yellow pages. Bill

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Jack Naylor from Apple Valley does a great job. Send him an Email for more info.

jacknlor@aol.com

Jamie

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What do most guys charge? I know most are by the inch but do some guys go by fish for smaller ones like crappies?

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Most guy's around the area charge an average of $150-200 a crappie. I charge $175 for one crappie and drop the price a little for every crappie you bring in. For five slabs would cost about $135/ crappie, which would include driftwood.

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