FOX is Almost Done!!!

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by yote doctor, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. yote doctor

    yote doctor Well-Known Member

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    Well Guys, I am a couple days away from getting this stud home. Been a long 5 months to say the least. Well worth the wait!:D Man am I excited about this fox!!!!

    Enjoy! FOX IS DONE!!
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  2. Coyboy

    Coyboy Well-Known Member

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    very cool
     

  3. T3-OleMan

    T3-OleMan Well-Known Member

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    Nice.:)
     
  4. rcdinaz

    rcdinaz Well-Known Member

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    Looks great! The quail at the base is a nice touch.
     
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    shorty Well-Known Member

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    Looks great, I like the quail as well. I'm wondering how you keep your dog from messing with your mounts.

    I brought home a bearskin rug and my pointer attacked it and the shi tzu fainted.
     
  6. yote doctor

    yote doctor Well-Known Member

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    Hahaha. Well I dont have a dog. That is the taxidermists. I do have kids so it will be out of reach. My boy will still be trying to shoot it...

    Thanks for the replys!
     
  7. shorty

    shorty Well-Known Member

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    That is one beautiful fox. Where did you get him?
     
  8. yote doctor

    yote doctor Well-Known Member

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    I shot him last year just outside of Bozeman MT.
     
  9. adam.WI

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    That is one of the best looking mounts I've seen
     
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    bigngreen Well-Known Member

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    That is outstanding, WOW I dig that. Love the way it looks like he's hunting around the stand for the bird vs a natural base, really interesting for sure.

    What taxidermist are you using for it?
     
  11. cornstalker

    cornstalker Well-Known Member

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    Hats off to the taxi. Great work and beautiful animal.

    That is awesome!!!
     
  12. deserthntr

    deserthntr Active Member

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    what kind of fox is that? is it a mix of red and grey?
     
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    Wow, that fox is beautiful, I shot one similar to that near Gardiner a few years ago. The 40 grainer blew an unusually large hole out the off side, which just made me so sick! That is such a catchy mount! Congrats
     
  14. yote doctor

    yote doctor Well-Known Member

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    I cant say exactly what type of fox it is because I have recieved different oppinions on it. Some say it is cross between the two foxes and also have been told that the silver and red fox are genetically the same animal. And therefore if you have a secluded family of fox that in time its possible that two red fox can pop out a silver fox. So I have to do some digging and find out for sure. I just know right now that it is one beautiful animal!
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    [​IMG] It won some awards at the state show. Couple pics for ya. And yes (Hats off to the taxi!)