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Fisher Hide for Life size Mount; skinned and salted
Topic Started: Dec 14 2017, 12:25 PM (200 Views)
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Hey guys, I had a guy ask me to skin and salt a fisher for a lifesize mount. It is done and he bailed. So, I have a big, adult male fisher prepped for taxidermy. I am a licensed trapper with Fisher quota. This is a legal sale and I will take care of all paper work as well pay the Royalties due. Prior to skinning, it was 36" from tip of nose to tip of tail. I have caught bigger, but then again, I've been trapping for 40 years. This is a very good representative of an adult male fisher caught here in Ontario this month. Open to offers, please pm at hinorth@vianet.ca Located in Huntsville, Ontario. Before you ask, yes I will try to figure out how to post a photo of it prior to skinning.
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I collect hides of the weasel family. I have almost all of them. The two I don't have is the otter and the wolverine. My trapping buddy lived near Kenora and I got all of them from him with permits. He had an otter for me but he pasted away before I got it. The fisher I have won 3 gold medals in trappers shows. M buddy also gave me a beautiful red fox pelt because I help him build the trap setup. Still miss him.

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