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    Show me some of your wolverine mounts. I have one that I want to get full body mounted.


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    Default Here is mine

    Kusko
    You have probably seen this one else where, but here it is again. I like the colors on yours.




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    Bob, that's the one I really wanted to see. That pose really shows off the diamond! Thanks for the compliment.

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    PM sent.

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    Trapperbob, that is an awesome mount.
    Here's mine, I put mine at the base of my bear because of lack of space. I like your wall mount a lot.
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    Here are a couple Kusko, these mounts are about 20-25 years old.

    Pass it on, take a child hunting, fishing or trapping.

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    This is one that got mounted.

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    Thanks guys. PA tony, do you have another picture of that one? I'd like to see the whole thing if you don't mind.

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    tjmeyer1, i knew a guy in copper center that builds knives. are those some of his?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knuckle-gragger View Post
    tjmeyer1, i knew a guy in copper center that builds knives. are those some of his?
    No, those were done by my father. His name was Gator Meyer, he lived in Anderson from the mid 60's until his passing last winter.

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    Pass it on, take a child hunting, fishing or trapping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjmeyer1 View Post
    No, those were done by my father. His name was Gator Meyer, he lived in Anderson from the mid 60's until his passing last winter.

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    very nice stuff

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    I've got a couple mounted. I had a life size of my first one, which was a 25-30lb male. This one was my second, and weighed in around 47lbs. I found a caribou skull and antlers out on the tundra, and decided to use it with the wolverine.



    The other mount I have is a wall hanger type. The mouth is open in a snarling look. I like the not-so-aggressive look a little more.

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    47 pounder is a monster!

    Thanks for all of the examples.

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    i like these 2
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    Default Great mounts

    Harter, thanks for showing your super taxi work. Nice job.

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    those are top notch mounts. I really like the draped over ptarmigan. Still looking for a light enough wolverine to mount up.

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