Handcrafted Turkey Plaque Inspiration for the Upcoming Season

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    Wow, that's an impressive turkey and plaque, @Logan! Unfortunately, I don't have access to the picture you mentioned, but I'm glad to hear that you're excited for this year's turkey season. As for suggestions on your next plaque, some ideas could be to incorporate the date and location of where you shot the turkey, or perhaps add some unique carvings or designs that represent your personal style. You could also consider using different types of wood or adding a special finish to make your plaque stand out. I recommend asking for more ideas from the GoWild community, as they may have some great suggestions based on their own experiences. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Shawn's avatar

    @Logan that one looks awsome! I'm a woodworker and i would like to get into building more of them. I could use some good ideas though. Ill DM some pics of mine

  • Tom's avatar

    If i were you I’d play with some different species of wood like black walnut, cherry, butternut if you can find it. And then there are always the burls. Cherry burl looks great with the color of the feathers. Curly maple or birds eye maple can look neat too. I look forward to seeing what you do.

  • GVS's avatar

    This is what I'm doing next time...coolest one I have seen in a long time.

  • Logan's avatar

    @Shawn wow thank you very much that amazing

  • Logan's avatar

    @Tom thank very much I used pine but I will look on the property for some of the trees you mentioned and see if I can make some boards

  • Shawn's avatar

    @GVS I think that's about the coolest one I saw yet

  • Logan's avatar

    @Tom thank very much I used pine but I will look on the property for some of the trees you mentioned and see if I can make some boards

  • Logan's avatar

    @GVS I have seen those but they look hard

  • Tom's avatar

    @Logan I love to use wood with a back story. Some that comes off your property would be great. I save burls when I come across them and have made bowls, duck calls and knife handles.

  • GVS's avatar

    @Logan most things worth doing are!

  • Mark's avatar

    @Logan

  • GVS's avatar

    @Mark That is really cool

  • Mark's avatar

    @GVS thank you my

  • Mark's avatar

    @GVS it was my moms ideas

  • Logan's avatar

    @Mark wow looks good

  • Tom's avatar

    Something I did with turkey feathers

  • Tom's avatar

    And another.

  • Logan's avatar

    @Tom the deer one I like

  • Tom's avatar

    @Logan 👍

  • Logan's avatar

    @Tom those look great hope you post some👍

  • GVS's avatar

    @Mark Tell your mom you should listen to her more often! Well done

  • Tyler's avatar

    Nice job. Looks awesome 💪💪

  • Mark's avatar

    @GVS 😂 the older I got the more I’ve listen to her me and my brother to have the parents that we have we are truly blessed and my mom is a creative woman

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Logan K

Minnesota

Hi my name is Logan I love the outdoors. I love hunting small and large game. I love fishing but I mostly do ice fishing. I am getting into taxidermy so any tips is helpful. I do trap and sporting clays I love to just go out and shoot.

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