drawing a pattern and skinning and fleshing a walleye skin mount
U HAS KILLED DE FEESH
It's so quick it reminds me of a how to basic video
Anyone know the name of the tool used at 2:55? Also, what is the zinc sulfate for? Sorry if these are dumb questions, I'm still fairly new to taxidermy.
Very interesting! But the camera motion makes me queasy.
My grandfather had a walleye done up and I have always wondered how it was done. Now I know
do you eat the fish after you cut the meat out?
Dude u are bad to the bone awesome job
The sounds are so satisfying
this is an art of sum kind if you can do anything like this man is doing
How do you have the stomach for this?
Fish are so ugly when there naked like that. Lol nice job though
Lol I loved the sounds
Why the fuck am i watching this kind of stuff
Great video, but maybe next time set the camera up stationary? Kinda hard to see what all you're doing with it and you moving so fast. 🙂
What's up with the shiner in his mouth
do you need a license to do this for your own shop..? can I do it amateur and make a profit?
why the fuck am I watching this at 3 o'clock in the morning? I don't even like fish 🙁
I noticed that a couple guys already ask the following question but I didn't see your answer. A guy from Memphis Tn . Taught me to mount largemouth bass back in 1981 his name was Charles Strunk he was a noted taxidermist nation wide. He was the instructed for a continuing education class at Memphis State. I have tried to recall my memory what he told us to put in the bath and I just can't remember. I did remember borax, and I was thinking salt been so long ago that I just can't remember . So I am going to ask you also what did you put in the bath?
+Andrew Annulis. That was the cheek meat which is the best part to eay on a walleye
the cheeks are good eatin
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