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jigginjim

Best buck contest

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Not the biggest in weight, I'm talking antler size, per Boone and Crocket scoring. Total inches and the deer with the least deductions.  1st - $150.00 off   2nd- $75.00 off taxidermy bill. 4 prize winners

The 2 biggest measured antlers,  The 2 with the lowest deductions. All deer are measured by a member of Minnesota measures assoc. the same guys that would score your deer at the deer classic. Measurements are done after, ( I ) have removed the rack, from skull for over 60 days.  NO GREEN SCORES.

Shoulder mounts $375.00  taxes add $25.75,  there are additional items that can be add to your mount, Wife will surely like it.  Check Jiggin Jims Taxidermy Ryks on facebook.

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Does anyone have any thoughts about this?  There is no cash value to contest, it is to deduce your cost of having your trophy buck mounted.

 

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bigbucks

Can't speak for anyone else, by I have a taxidermist I use.

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MJ1657
2 hours ago, bigbucks said:

Can't speak for anyone else, by I have a taxidermist I use.

I would say this is the issue.

 

The contest is probably great for former customers. 

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It was direct toward the guys that shot a large buck, that have not had a mount done before, and cost may be a factor. If you check my facebook and my web site many people like my work, have you have a taxidermist, I'm happy for the taxidermist and yourselves.  I do have all antlers scored for customers before they even pick-up the mount. I feel many hunters wouldlike to know how their buck scores.  A few of my customers harvested a bucks, large enough to be added in the Minnesota Record book.

I wish everyone a great and safe time on their hunting season.    Keep in mind "Aim small, miss small".  just enjoy the outdoors.

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monstermoose78

I think it is a good idea to bring in some new clients for you @jigginjim. Best of Luck to you.

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