Taxidermists Warn Of Warmer Weather

Warm Weather Could Spoil Trophy Deer

Since the start of the Minnesota firearm deer hunting season is going to be especially warm this weekend, Taxidermists in Duluth are warning hunters to take extra care of that trophy deer.

Local experts say its really important to keep the deer cold, and get it to a processor as soon as possible.

Randy Bowe, owner of Bowe’s Taxidermy that’s been operating in Duluth since 1980 says, “Common sense. I always tell people, treat the hide and the head like you would the meat. If you would eat a steak that sat on your counter for 3–4–5 days, well, more power to yah.”

The Minnesota deer firearm season begins this Saturday, November 4th.

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