cool mounts that aren't head/shoulder mounts

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  1. Wisconsin Buckwatch

    Wisconsin Buckwatch Weekend Warrior

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    I need to figure out what do with my latest buck. I'm not going to do a head/shoulder mount, but i'd like to see some cool ideas. I've tried doing some searches online without really showing me much. Let see what you have or let me know if you have any ideas. Thanks
     
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    I enjoy the euro mount

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    You don't have many options really, not common ones anyway.

    Shoulder, full body, euro or skull cap is about as simplistic and expansive as they get for display purposes.

    Maybe give a bit more detail onwhat you'r envisioning or don't like about standard mounts?
     
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    Here is what I do as a hobby with my skulls, I carve in them. D Skulls print 9.jpg D Skulls print 8.jpg D Skulls print 4.jpg D Skulls print 2.jpg D Skulls print 1.jpg El Toro Skull April 2015 211.jpg
     
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    That is awesome!
     
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    I enjoy deer mounted for appreciation of the animal , not to be cool and I don't hunt to be cool. AND I'm not calling you out so don't take offense!
     
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    Lady Forge, I've seen your carvings on here before. Just can't get over how awesome they are. What a talent.
     
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    ImageUploadedByBowhunting.com Forums1478721951.206988.jpg

    You asked
     
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    Those are the nicest euros i have ever seen.
     
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    Lady Forge, that is the most impressive wildlife artwork that I have ever seen - beautiful in detail. If you're not doing those commercially...you should!
     
  14. Wisconsin Buckwatch

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    I love the carvings, and i'm not against a head mounts i just have a few, and i'm not sure I need to be shoulder mounting every deer i take. My rule is it has go be bigger then the my biggest now. I guess i'm looking for a unique way to display a euro mount.
     
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    I've seen a couple like this that are pretty neat.

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    I get euro mounts of every buck I harvest. Relatively inexpensive & they look cool.


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    I actually use a varity of different types of stains.
     
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    That top one with the muley is cool looking...thanks for sharing Fitz
     
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    Wow those are awesome!!


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