What taxidermist? Where?

Learn from our MISTAKE!  Use a taxidermist that runs their taxidermy studio like a business! Taxidermists in Arizona must have a state license & like any good business, they should have a business liability insurance policy. These are absolutes, if you value your trophy & want it back!   

Will you pay a little higher price? Yes. But how much money & time did you spend trying to harvest that 380+ Bull Elk? Unless you’re a lucky S.O.B., you probably spent thousands of dollars & hours trying to get him on the ground.

Things you should consider when choosing a taxidermist:

Pioneer Taxidermy does good work!


  •  Quality (Species specific)
  •  Price
  •  Location (Drop-off & Pick-up)
  •  Turnaround

We encourage AZ hunters to also visit the Arizona Taxidermy Association’s website.  You won’t find all of Arizona’s Taxidermists on their website, but it is a good resource, while you are at home.  We suggest you research a perspective taxidermist’s website, brochures, & studio before you go on your hunt.

We also understand with the ridiculous pace of today’s society, you may not have the time to research or even locate a taxidermist before your hunt, and that’s just one of the reasons we publish the Outdoorsman’s Resource Guide annually.  It’s published both in print & online, which means you can find a taxidermist 365.24.7!!!
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Craig Steele

About Craig Steele

Craig Steele is the founder and publisher at ORGhunt.com. Craig is an obsessed hunter and professional hunting guide. He owns and operates Predator Exclusives. Craig also guides for Exclusive Pursuit Outfitters. Besides hunting and guiding, he operates CS Creativity, which is his marketing and graphic design business.

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