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    I shot my first moose this past weekend. It measured out at 64". Does any one know of a good taxidermist near Anchorage? Thanks.
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    Congratulations! Very nice moose . . . .

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    In what area did you take him? I'm surprised he's velvet free.

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    Nice bull that judt lost his velvet. That is the size I want to try and bag for once.
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    Default Knights Taxidermy

    Russel Knight in Anchorage...he'll do a great job. He's on old Seward and 70-something area. Nice moose!
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    Congrats on the very nice Moose!!

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    congrats, I sent you a PM..

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    Nice,
    What type and caliber of rifle did you use?

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    I was lucky enough to draw a permit for the Portage/Twenty Mile/Placer valleys. I shot this one up Placer Valley with my 30-06. He still had a little velvet hanging on the tops of the antlers.

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    Nice Looking Moose

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCrewinAK View Post
    I shot my first moose this past weekend. It measured out at 64". Does any one know of a good taxidermist near Anchorage? Thanks.
    I recommend Mike Frasier at Fur and Feather Taxidermy. I have been 100% satisfied with his work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMan View Post
    I recommend Mike Frasier at Fur and Feather Taxidermy. I have been 100% satisfied with his work.
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    Very nice moose its a wonderful thing to see people have such success.
    Foxy Beaver Taxidermy does great work thats who is doing my moose.

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    Awesome moose. Last Frontier Taxidermy in Anchorage does great work. Will be taking a Delta bison there if I can connect this fall.

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    another vote for Mike at fur and feather. He does very good work and is a heck of a nice guy to boot.

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    Very Nice!! I hope you have a high ceiling and a big wall to hang that puppy on.

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    I will second Knights Taxidermy they do pretty good work as well, heard you had a excellent boat to use. Steve

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