OVER 40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
USDA APPROVED
213 East Park Anaconda, MT 59711
CALL: (406) 560-4195
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All hunters must take responsible in taking care of thier own game. On guided hunts the client assumes the guide will take care of the capes and most do but it’s yours and you should help, or watch over the people doing it, especially in other countries like Africa. I receive numerous trophies from around the world and some of the trophies out of Africa are the main ones with the problems. They are skinned and must be put into new , white salt, (used salt contains bacteria and will cause hair slippage) as soon as possible–like now. Then they are dipped,and some are dipped again and then are folded and left in storage until its thier turn to be packed and shipped-anywhere from 4months to 16 months and most all have bug shells on them but all are dead when they go through customs. On North American game
you can salt and take them with you or fed ex them to your taxidermist like Capp’s Taxidermy Studio LLC and it will be taken care of . Main idea here is that do not show it off for to long and get it taken care so you can have a great memory . Taxidermist are not magician ….

Posted on: Thursday, February 16, 2012

Capp's Taxidermy Studio, LLC

213 East Park
Anaconda, Montana 59711

CALL: (406) 560-4195

 

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