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Deer Hunters Wanted.  

Dec 12, 2015

From Memphis to California to Bismark and Alberta, Jeanette Hall has been on an incredible journey. Hunting and taxidermy is a big part of Jeanette's life, but that way of life was tested in 2011 when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor, suffering headaches and vision loss. A change in diet, from fast food to natural foods killed the headaches, loss of vision, and ultimately the tumor. Today, Jeanette is winning awards at World Taxidermy Competitions and killing big bucks.


  • Zippers, Coyotes, and Velcro
  • Our Favorite Place, the Middle of Nowhere
  • The Fight in the 5'4"
  • Memphis to Cali to Alberta
  • Trying to Ruin Good Hunting Clothing
  • Alberta Hunting Education
  • Boneyards, Cow Skulls, and Taxidermy
  • $700/month on Fast Food
  • Curing Brain Tumors- Eating Healthy
  • Eating Like a Caveman
  • Losing Peripheral Vision and Lactation
  • Getting Out and a Positive Mental Attitude
  • Dogs, Deer, and Cougars
  • A Taxidermy School and Job Offers in Bismark
  • Bad Taxidermy and Good Taxidermy- What to Look for 
  • How to Pick a Taxidermist
  • Can You Restore Bad Taxidermy?
  • A Deer Cape- Geographical Cost Differences
  • A TV Show on the Outdoor Channel
  • ONCA Gear
  • Jeanette's Back Pack Contents, Gear Check and a First Aide Kit
  • Nose Jammer, Black Bears, and Ground Blinds
  • Mr Moody
  • Ethical and Lethal
  • The Story of the Highway Buck 9.5 Year Old
  • An Amazing "Thawack"
  • Jeanette's #1 Hunting Tip, Her One Things, Her Best Advice, and Favorite Book
  • #ATA2016

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