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Please welcome Aaron and Taxidermy Insider as TinBoats newest sponsor!

Long time tin boat member Aaron (Member since 2010!) has decided that he would like to be a sponsor of the forum with Taxidermy Insider. It makes perfect sense, most of us are hands on do it yourself kind of folks, and if you have ever wanted to try your hands at Taxidermy, this is where you need to start. If you know anything about Taxidermy, I am sure you have heard of the name Stehling’s Taxidermy. I am very excited to have Taxidermy Insider on-board.

The Stehling Brothers are second generation taxidermists that have spent there entire lives perfecting the art of taxidermy. As owners of one of the largest taxidermy studios in the country, they are uniquely qualified to educate you in the art of taxidermy. Stehling’s Taxidermy LLC has mounted over 20,000 custom pieces over the last 40 years. Many of the techniques used have been developed by the Stehling’s and have never been released, until now. Learn from a trusted name in the taxidermy business !

Please take a few minutes to browse their website. I would love to see some members Taxidermy work!

I want to thank Aaron and Austin for supporting us here on TinBoats.net!

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Welcome, Aaron and co.

Thank you for your support.


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oh wow so cool !!
I had an uncle in Orlando, FL that was a world class taxidermist.
As a kid, my brothers and I spent countless hours in his shop watching
him do his work. It was so interesting watching an "old school master"
at work. But, back in the '60s, it was normal. Before the foam bodies.
When I was in the Navy stationed in Italy, I found a paperback book
of Taxidermy by Leon Pray . . . this sparked my desire to try it for myself.
I killed a pigeon with a slingshot and mounted it..... then, a few other small
birds and animals. I bought fresh fish at the market and mounted them. Of course,
eating what wasn't mounted. This honed my air brushing skills like you wouldn't believe.
Transferring to Virginia, I progressed up to larger fish out of the Chesapeake Bay,
deer and hog heads, even a Black Angus cow head that was a family pet that had died.
Taxidermy is an ART - a craft.
If anyone ever wanted to learn a personally rewarding skill that takes very little
monetary investment to get started, this would be it. There are so many good books
and videos on the market today, plus the good old YouTube.
And, I am quite sure that Taxidermy Insider can get you started !!!
I extend a very warm and hardy WELCOME to a fellow craftsman.
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This is one of two white marlins my neighbor caught out of Oregon Inlet, NC.





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Thank you Jim for allowing us to be part of the site !

Taxidermy Insider is a collection of online video training programs like no other. Through full HD videos, we take you through every step of becoming a great taxidermist. Whether you are just interested in doing taxidermy as a hobby, or you want to pursue it as a career, Taxidermy Insider is your fast track to success. Our courses are the most complete taxidermy training videos every created, featuring hours of in depth training. If you have questions, you can ask them on our member only support forum. You can even contact us for private help. Once you sign up, you have instant access to all of our current video courses( over 37 hours worth) plus all of the new content we are continuously releasing . Becoming a member only takes a few minutes and is a truly affordable way to learn taxidermy the right way. You can watch our videos on any device that has an internet connection.

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Barefoot_Johnny & Kismet

Thank you for the welcome. I enjoyed reading about your history in taxidermy Barefoot. What was your uncle's shop name ? I am always interested in taxidermy history. Good to hear you mention Leon Pray....one of the founders of modern taxidermy. His sketches are legendary in the taxidermy business and are still referenced today. Many of his sketches appeared in Modern Taxidermist magazine, another taxidermy classic by the great Joe Bruchac. We have a treasure trove of then from when we started in the 70's . Love that Marlin mount from the seventies !

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:WELCOME: Thanks for the support =D>
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Aaron, if you google up L.H. Weise, that is my uncle.
He had a studio in Orlando for many years then moved to
S.W. Georgia to retire. He is about 88 years old now.
His son, Roy, operates a studio in Georgia as well.
https://www.myfsta.com/aboutus.html

Looking forward to seeing what other members can contribute to the craft
through your forum. Unfortunately, I lost a lifetime of photo albums in
Hurricane Charley in 2004 so I don't have too many photos to share.
Welcome Aboard again.

oh, my uncle LH's most challenging accomplishment was when he mounted
six (6) Clydesdale horses for the Anheuser-Busch museum in Tampa, FL.

LH Weise:
What is the difference between the Tax Collector and a Taxidermist ?
The taxidermist always leaves the hide. (corny, I know. But always funny when he said it).


oh, back to the white marlin I mounted - - - my neighbor wanted to put it on the wall
in his den. As you know, most billfish are mounted just plain straight. Well, my neighbor's
den was not wide enough for an 8 foot mount, LOL, so we devised the plan to bend it to fit.
The other one is straight that belongs to his son.
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Very cool stuff

I am gonna shoot BassAddict - can I get him stuffed and placed on a mount?

I would use him to scare aware children and animals!
Trying to Fish as often as Jim works :LOL2:

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Barefoot_Johnny wrote:Aaron, if you google up L.H. Weise, that is my uncle.
He had a studio in Orlando for many years then moved to
S.W. Georgia to retire. He is about 88 years old now.
His son, Roy, operates a studio in Georgia as well.
<a class="vglnk" href="https://www.myfsta.com/aboutus.html" rel="nofollow"><span>https</span><span>://</span><span>www</span><span>.</span><span>myfsta</span><span>.</span><span>com</span><span>/</span><span>aboutus</span><span>.</span><span>html</span></a>

Looking forward to seeing what other members can contribute to the craft
through your forum. Unfortunately, I lost a lifetime of photo albums in
Hurricane Charley in 2004 so I don't have too many photos to share.
Welcome Aboard again.

oh, my uncle LH's most challenging accomplishment was when he mounted
six (6) Clydesdale horses for the Anheuser-Busch museum in Tampa, FL.

LH Weise:
What is the difference between the Tax Collector and a Taxidermist ?
The taxidermist always leaves the hide. (corny, I know. But always funny when he said it).


oh, back to the white marlin I mounted - - - my neighbor wanted to put it on the wall
in his den. As you know, most billfish are mounted just plain straight. Well, my neighbor's
den was not wide enough for an 8 foot mount, LOL, so we devised the plan to bend it to fit.
The other one is straight that belongs to his son.
Interesting information about your Uncle. Mounting six Clydesdales is a huge undertaking.... It must be an impressive display !
I like the story behind the marlin.Whatever it takes to make the client happy !!

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Welcome, welcome, welcome!!!!

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Thanks to our newest members of Taxidermy Insider!

Just a note---

Once you have signed up for the site, you will need to take a few quick steps to start watching our videos:

1. Make sure you are logged in

2. Go to the "Courses" navigation at the top of the page

3. The members only video content is at the bottom of the page. Scroll down to were it says " members only content below". If you do not see the videos under this, try refreshing your page.

Thank you again for joining !

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Very cool.
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You can now buy unlimited, forever access to our popular full strut turkey course on https://www.kingturkeytaxidermy.com

Don't wait to buy the online course----the $65 price is only good until January 31st !
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