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Advanced Taxidermy

A Professional Taxidermist In Sioux Falls, SD

Fish Mounts, Big Game Mounts, Upland Bird Mounts, Waterfowl Mounts, Predator Mounts & Novelty Mounts

A mallard duck mount in a shadowbox that was created by a professional taxidermist at Advanced Taxidermy in Sioux Falls, SDAdvanced Taxidermy is a full service, professional taxidermy service located in the Sioux Falls, SD area.. We have customers both locally and from all over the United States and North America.

With over 40 years experience as a professional taxidermist, we can provide you with the mount of a lifetime for your big game, small game, upland bird, waterfowl, predator or fish trophies you wish to have mounted.

Whether it has fins, furs, or feathers we probably have created a mount of it. Some of what we have mounted include whitetail deer; mule deer; elk; antelope; bear; moose; big horn ram sheep; pheasant; turkey; grouse; quail; ducks; geese; walleye; northern pike; musky; largemouth bass; panfish and more.

Even novelty mounts, such as the famous "jackalope" and the "desert owl" have been created.

A whitetail buck mount in a shadowbox that was created by a professional taxidermist at Advanced Taxidermy in Sioux Falls, SDAdvanced Taxidermy is your solution for a professional taxidermist that can create that one of a kind mount for you. Our prices are competitive, our service is top-notch, and our taxidermy skills are proven.

If you've caught that trophy fish, bagged a big game trophy of a lifetime, or took your limit of upland or waterfowl birds, let Advanced Taxidermy preserve the memory using our professional taxidermy skills for you!

Whether you hunt and fish in South Dakota, or anywhere else, and if you bag or catch that trophy of a lifetime, we are ready to create that professional wildlife or fish mount you desire.

Contact us today to inquire about what we can do for you to preserve your life long memory of the hunting trip or fishing trip of a lifetime.

Preparing Fish

Soak a towel and wrap the fish in it. Then place the fish in a plastic bag and freeze. Make sure to label the bag, so that in 3 months you'll know what it is!

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Preparing Big Game

Do not cut the throat area. Stop your incision for field dressing just short of the front legs. When skinning, cut a circle around the animal just behind the front legs.

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Preparing Birds

When picking up birds from the ground, always pick them up by their feet as any bleeding occurring from their mouth will them fall on the ground and not on their feathers.

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