Claim the privilege of hunting according to the dictates of your own conscience, and allow all hunters the same privilege;
let them practice how, where, or what they may.








Sunday, March 1, 2009

European Skull Mount Tutorial with Wild Ed

© 2009 Albert A Rasch

"To say he was surprised to find out I had done my own and the cost was under $10.00 per skull for chemicals and $35.00 for the wood plaque to hang it on the wall was an under statement."
Wild Ed

Wild Ed of Wild Ed's Texas Outdoors has a great tutorial on doing cleaning and bleaching all those skulls you've been stuffing in the garage freezer.

Wild Ed's European Skull Mounts the Texas Way

Don't forget to invite him to join us in the Outdoor Bloggers Summit. He has a lot of good stuff on his blog too! And remember to click on his sponsors and help your fellow blogger, while you learn something new too.

Regards,
Albert A Rasch
The Hunt Continues...

2 comments:

Native said...

It is funny Albert in that so many "wives" of hunters will allow European Skull Mounts to be displayed in their homes, but will not even entertain the idea of a head mount to be hanging within their sight.

Go figure that one!

I personally feel that the skull mount is kinda sinister looking myself!

Wild Ed said...

My wife is kind enough to allow me to hang mounts of any kind. What most non hunters do not realize is that a mount is a tribute to the animal.