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Darrell Wilson
· December 24, 2017
Had a set of elk antlers that I split in half. Greg put them back and did an excellent antler mount in a very short time as I was wanting them for Christmas. Great Job better than I expected and very ...reasonably priced. I recommend Greg to anyone that wants any kind of mount done.
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Clay Burwell
· December 5, 2013
Met Greg for the first time today and very impressed with his shop. He does high end taxidermy and for less than anyone I checked prices with in the area. Look no further, this is the place!!
Kyle Bryant
· February 1, 2016
Could not be happier with my trophy! Can't beat the quality of the mount and couldn't ask for a nicer person to deal with!
Aaron Archibald
· December 9, 2016
Greg is a friendly professional. Just picked up my European mount and I'm extremely happy. He's my go-to guy from now on.
Thad Crain
· November 23, 2015
There isnt any better at what he does and want find a nicer person to deal with!!
Bruce Peeso
· May 8, 2015
Picked up my white tail mount Monday night. Amazing job will tell every one I know about you and your work .
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Whitetail Deer Antler Mount... Call Greg's Taxidermy if you have a set of antlers you'd like to display.

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With deer season upon us, we want to share with you the 2015 - 2015 Deer Rules and Regulations. Feel free to give us a call at 864-360-4283 if you have further questions.

Antlerless Limit: One (1) per day on either-sex days or with individual antlerless deer tag. Archers may take either-sex during primitive weapons seasons without being required to tag the animal.
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South Carolina Whitetail Deer

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Braden's deer from our annual hunting trip in Missouri.

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Join us tonight, 6:00pm, Fairview Baptist Church for the 8th Annual Sportsman's Banquet. Visit http://www.fairviewgreer.net/sportsmens-banquet/ for more details!

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Turkey Season is upon us in South Carolina! Remember us for all your mounting needs. Be sure to check out SCDNR regulations!

The Turkey Harvest Brochure 2011 is now available in the Adobe® Acrobat® (PDF) format. Adobe® Reader® is required to open the files and is available as a free download from the Adobe® Web site.
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Greg's Taxidermy can mount just about any trophy that you hunt or catch.

 

If you're hunting out of the state or country, please call or email us so we can provide specific instructions and identification tags for shipping your trophies to us.

 

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For local hunting and fishing, if you cannot get to us within 3-4 hours, here are some tips you can do to preserve your trophy:

 

Big Game Heads:

 

Most of the local processors are good at skinning an animal if you let them know before they start that you want the head mounted. Remember, if you or a processor are skinning the animal for a full shoulder mount, start well behind the front shoulders, more is always better. Place the head and skin in a plastic bag and freeze. If freezer space is not available, you can refrigerate but only for about 48 hours. As a last resort, ice can be used, make sure to wrap the head before placing it in ice in order to keep the head and hide as DRY as possible.

 

Small Game:

After the animal has cooled, place the entire animal in a plastic bag and freeze. Predators (bobcat, fox, coyote, etc.) will spoil quickly so they need to be frozen as soon as possible.

 

Birds:

Place the entire bird in a plastic bag and freeze. Birds are very fragile so use care not to damage any body feathers or long tail feathers.

 

Fish:

Wrap the fish in a soaking wet CLOTH towel, place in a plastic bag and freeze. Try to place the fish in the freezer as straight and flat as possible. The frozen towel will protect the fins and tail.

 

 

 

Please call or email us with any questions. 

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