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Discussion in 'Ohio Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by ohihunter2014, Jan 9, 2017.
Here's a few of mine
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Here is a couple up rights and I think one is a semi-sneak with a turn. First and pic on the left are WNF bucks and the other is highland co.
And I added one that my grandfather shot in 1966 at Wolf creak just because... Lol
sorta what I'm looking for on the first one but it looking left.
any idea what #2 is called?
whats right of the doe?
I only mount a deer if it's bigger than my biggest or very close. I don't have miketuax's kind of money!!! Lol
But I do get a European mount which is nice. If any one wants to post some of their Euro mounts on some cool back boards or any cool design I would like to get some ideas.. not to hijack the thread but is show your racks! The bottom one is a WNF buck that I did myself.
2014 - Coshocton
2007 - WNF Hocking
2008 - Holmes
2006 - WNF Perry
9800 wall pedestal,. I like that form alot, it's upright offset. The buck below the 8 I killed last year is the same form slightly modified to fit the gap
HA, I only make $7/hr, so I work 110 hrs a week, the joys of self employment!
Mike I'm looking for something in semi sneak with a somewhat hard left turn. It's going on a right far corner of your standing in the door want it facing the door way to show off the spread. Can you recommended one?
I don't know your taxi, but I would go with a ots semi sneak and put it on a corner mount
I took an old barn door and made a corner cabinet. I think it turned out pretty good. Next one I had some old barn siding, so instead of mounting my deer from this year flat, I angled the head on it. The last one is mounted on some pine logs that you would make furniture out of. I boil all my skulls myself.
I've always been partial to the leather wrapped skull cap.
With the old barn door one. What allows it to stick out from the b