Directed by Tom Honeycutt
Demonstration on skinning a deer for a taxidermy shoulder mount.
great video, horrible knife lol but ill definitely refer to this when needed
Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
I usually just threw my hide out recently friend of mine says taxidermy buys them so now I have a 205"muley buck skin out but it was sittn in a pool of water fr over week now is it to late fr a taxidermy to use the cape it been cold here water been frozen and not spoiled yet??
Beautiful animal. His hide is even colored and very smooth. A regional thing, maybe? Not something I normally pay attention to,but it's noticeable in this video.
Thanks for uploading this, very helpful!!
I found this video very helpful. Thanks for taking the time to share your know-how. I really appreciate it!
This guy need a havalon! That blade sucks!
how long would i be able to keep my deer in the freezer skinning it this way before i had to get it to the taxidrmist
Good video but in my opinion you should sharpen that knife or use a better one in general
that if I just take the whole skin to him. I know a method to get the whole skin off thats way faster than this, but it takes the whole skin, from tail to neck. Also,what is a rough estimate of the price of a shoulder mount. I am 14 and plan on taking my first deer this season. Thanks
Take it off cleanly?? It is his job to flesh it. I know, having done taxidermy for almost 10yrs, that it is nice if people bring you "clean" capes, but I have also noticed that the more flesh and fat that people try to get off the more holes you end up with to sew up. I would rather take the extra 5 or 10 minutes of fleshing then the potential 1/2hr or more patching. Overall nice vid. I wish I would have went more indepth showing neck skinning on mine.
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