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For more information about getting your trophy mounted please call:
(920) 925-3382 or Cell (920) 342-0517

Game Heads can be mounted in a large variety of poses.
Typically they hang on the wall, but can be mounted on a pedestal base that can sit on a table, shelf or the floor.
Choose from full upright to full sneak poses facing left, right or straight with the ears back (relaxed) or forward (alert).
Open mouth flehmen and bugling poses are also options.
Mounts with very large head gear may need special wall clearance forms or poses.
Removable antlers on antler pins make it easier to transport large mounts.
These images show some different options. (Click any image to view it larger)

Full Sneak

Semi Sneak

Full Sneak, Head Down
Slight Left Turn

Semi Sneak, Head Up
Slight Left Turn
Semi Sneak, Head Up,
Slight Right Turn
Full Upright,
45° Left Turn
Semi Sneak, Head Up,
90° Right Turn
African Gemsbok,
90° Turn
deer SSLT
FULT
FU
Semi Sneak,
Slight Left Turn
Full Upright,
45° Left Turn
Full Upright,
Slight Left Turn
flehm
ex
muley
Flehming Pose
Extreme Sneak,
Slight Left Turn

Mule Deer, Semi Sneak,
Slight Left Turn

flehm
flehm
flehm

Remounted with
a New Cape

Mule Deer, Semi Sneak,
Right Turn
Mule Deer, Semi
Sneak, Right Turn
flehm
flehm

Full Upright,
45° Left Turn

Semi Sneak,
90° Left Turn

Semi Sneak,
45° Right Turn

flehm
flehm
flehm
Browsing Buck, Custom Base
Semi Sneak, Head Up,
Right Turn

Semi Sneak,
Left Turn

elk2
Elk Bugling,
90° Right Turn
Elk Bugling,
90° Right Turn
Elk Bugling,
90° Right Turn
SSRT
Full upright Alert
SSRT
Semi Sneak, Slight Right Turn
Full Upright, Alert, Left Turn
Neck Mount
SSRT
SSRT
SSRT
Elk, Semi sneak Right Turn
Elk, Semi sneak Right Turn
Elk, Semi sneak Right Turn
Detjens
pronghorn

Semi Sneak, Slight Left Turn
Wisconsin State Record Reproduction Antlers

Pronghorn, Slight Left Turn