2018 Pricing

  *NOTE*  50% DEPOSIT REQUIRED ON ALL PROJECTS


SHOULDER-MOUNTS   

Whitetail Deer: $600

Black Bear:  $600

Coyote:  $500

Wolf:  $600 

Mule Deer: $600

Caribou:  $800

Elk:  $800


LIFESIZE :   (price includes custom base)

Black Bear: $300 per ft. (nose to tail)

1/2 LS Black Bear: $900 to  $1,400

Deer:  $1,500 to $2,500

1/2 LS Deer: $1,200

Beaver: $600 to $800

Lynx – Bobcat: $900

Mink/Marten: $400

Fisher: $500

Coyote: $800

Wolf: $1,200

Fox: $800


Black Bear Rugs: (Nose to tail measurement)  All other animals, call for quote.

4FT – $900

5FT – $1,000

6FT – $1,200

We don’t want your rug to just look good from the top but be strong and look good from all angles for years to come, so our rugs are sewn making them the toughest on the market. Using high quality upholstery thread and fabric for the undersides. Stays clean, doesn’t stretch, ware or slide around on the floor as much as full felt bottoms. We use a black felt border with a pinked(waved cut) edging sewn on to finish the rug. Double or no border with binded edges can be accommodated upon request. D rings available for hanging upon ordering.


BIRDS:  

Grouse/Pheasant: $300

Owls/Hawks: $350

Ducks: $300

Geese: $450

Turkeys: $800

Turkey Tail Fan on Oak Plaque: $200


FISH: 

Warm Water: $12.00 per/inch 

Cold Water: $15.00 per/inch

(Minimum of 20″)

Reproductions: Call for Quote

(Photo and measurements needed of fish)

 


ANTLER – SKULL MOUNTS:

Antler – Deer: $150

Antler – Moose: $300

Skull – Deer: $250


 Obtaining impressive antlers or beautiful specimens will never  guarantee a great job of taxidermy when left in the hands of an incompetent taxidermist.  So many times hunters will search for the cheapest taxidermist they can find…only to save $50 or $100 and unfortunately are ultimately disappointed with what they bring home. Remember, the bad taste of poor quality work remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. When you think of how much you’ve invested in the harvesting of the animal, it only makes sense to take it to a taxidermist that you can trust to restore the beauty of that animal to last a lifetime.