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MattL

Roughfish Taxidermist?

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Hi,

I am wondering if anyone out there knows of a taxidermist that is capable and experienced in mounting rough fish. I shot a nice longnose gar yesterday and I would like to have it mounted. Can anyone point me towards a taxidermist (preferably southcentral MN or south metro area) that has rough fish experience? I would like a headstart before I start calling around tomorrow.

Thanks,

Matt

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Thanks for the leads guys! I have sent emails to both taxidermists. I am leaning towards one of the two versus a local guy because I like the previous experience with rough fish that they both show on their sites.

I will let you know who I end up with.

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Corcoran Taxidermy in Hampton Minnesota..You should get a hold of him. Awesome work. Award winning and one of the Masters in my book.

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I looked at all the Gar Almberg did a while ago and they're great mounts. I don't think you could beat going to him for anything gar related.

nice fish and nice mount.

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really nice mount is that a shinner in its mouth?

and as mounts go yesturday I saw a carp that was mounted with and arrow thru it and it must have been 30 plus pounds of carp its on the wall at Prince bait. next time I stop in there I'll try and snap a pic for here

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