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Post Taxidermy Tips

March 5, 2014

Showcasing your trophy-winning buck entails more than a quick trip to the taxidermist. If you want your whitetail to last, follow our tips to protect it from dirt and damage. When hanging your trophy, use a Stud-Finder to locate a secure spot that won’t destroy your deer or the wall. Avoid hanging your mount in areas prone to extreme temperatures—mildew becomes an issue in these locations. Polish antlers using a liquid wood cleaner, and clean hair with a Windex-dampened cloth. For more trophy protecting tips, read the full story at SummitStands.com.   Read More

Costly Mistakes = Bad Tasting Venison

March 5, 2014

After spending hours hunting for whitetail, you deserve to enjoy high-quality venison with your friends and family. Unfortunately, some hunters routinely make errors, both during and after the hunt, that result in bad tasting venison. Luckily for you, we’ve got advice for every step of the process. While on the hunt, take accurate shots to prevent stomach content and entrails from spoiling meat. Remember: when field-dressing the deer, meat must cool quickly or internal bleeding and bacteria will give venison a foul taste. Want to avoid other meat-ruining mistakes? We’ve got five additional tips to ensure you get great tasting venison. For the full story, visit SummitStands.com.     Read More

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