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Dec 10, 2016

When you hail from the land where the Hold in the Horn Buck originated and the land of Ten Point Crossbows, you know you're in a good spot.  Dustin Kismore, the taxidermist behind Bill Wilson's 190" double droptine mount (Bill was on this show in Episode #95), knows this area very well. Dustin hunts the urban area around Portage County, Ohio and knows there's potential for a transient buck to cruise through his set up at anymore, a set he doesn't mind hunting frequently.  Dustin is looking forward to mounting his cousin's buck grossing 241 inches, but for now, he shares many tips and strategies on how to get your trophy buck out of the field in onto the taxidermist's form effectively and without error.  Dustin believes in ozone, hunting out of treestands, cooling deer with frozen ice jugs instead of ice, and hunting when the moon is underfoot.  

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HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS:

  • Portage County, Ohio, Famous for the Hole in the Horn and Ten Point Crossbows
  • Taxidermy and Bill Wilson's Double Droptine
  • A 241" Buck Mount, and a 3 Year Hunt
  • Being Tight Lipped About Big Bucks
  • A Philosophy of Hunting - It's Primal
  • Getting a 98% on a Hunter Safety Test at Age 5
  • In the Woods in 15 Mins, Close to Home
  • Dustin's Gear Check
  • I Firmly Believe in Ozone, My Wife Married Into Hunting
  • 99% Hunting from Treestands, Urban Ohio Deer Hunting
  • Hunting the Same Set Over and Over
  • The Transient Buck Theory
  • The Family Farm in Spruce Knob, West Virginia
  • Old Lock On Contender Climbers
  • Field to Form - Making the Right Cuts
  • Using Gallon Jugs to Cool Your Deer
  • Getting Your Deer Out of the Woods Correctly
  • Cuts Above the Knee, Follow the Hairline
  • Fold the Hide Neatly, Fold it In
  • For Dust, Just a Damp Rag
  • Avoid Dry Heat and Fire Places and Sunlight
  • Have a Relationship with a Local Taxidermist for Best Results
  • What if the Taxidermy Doesn't Go Your Way, Is there a Point of No Return?
  • Cowboy Magic, Moon Phase Position Underfoot
  • Dustin's Memorable Deer Hunt
  • 10 Rapid Fire Questions

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This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann

Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller

Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips