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gonefishin11

Taxidermist for pheasants

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gonefishin11

Digging through the freezer to figure out all the stuff I need to eat before I graduate in May and move to the cities and found the rooster that I wanted to mount and figured I better get on that...

Who in the area is good for pheasants? Any suggestions? This is an ND bird from my dogs first year and will be my first pheasant mount.

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fireman

I would try Mark Moratis, Moratis Taxidermy, down in Ottertail. He does a nice job on birds. You can see his mounts in the new Scheels store in Fargo. I believe most of the pheasants in store were mounted by him. He also does a great job with the habitat bases he mounts the birds on.

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hattrk4me

I know a guy who does good work in Pelican rapids. He's been doing it for years in his garage but just opened a shop. I'll have to get the name of his shop if your interested.

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Jay R

I would strongly suggest J&K Taxidermy from between south Fargo and Hickson on Hwy 81. I recently had them do a Prairie Chicken for me, excellent work. They have also done work for my grandfather and another friend from Whitetail to bobcats. Their work is second to none, but dont expect to have your bird done and returned in a couple of months as they are very busy people.

Jay

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muchowja

I would recommend Johnson Taxidermy near Wheaton. Does a nice job and is VERY reasonable.

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MNfan

hattrk4me who is the guy from Pelican

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onemagnum

Would that possibly be Rich Ness? If it is he also works at the Pub. He has done fish for me and has done a good job. I've also seen some of his deer mounts.

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MNfan

If it is Rich he has done deer, bear and fish for me he has a walleye of mine right now he does great work.

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ndfisher

you could try Dakota Wild up in Grafton. He does some great work

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