Issue 58, Winter 1999

ABOUT THE COVER

The beautiful wood duck on this cover was mounted by Kevin Hynes of Slidell, Louisiana. It received Best in World Waterfowl at the 1999 World Taxidermy Championships. Kevin had four entries in the Master Division waterfowl (puddle ducks) category, and received the four highest scores in the category: 96, 95.5, 94 and 93.5, quite an accomplishment. Also with a wood duck, Kevin won North American Champion at the 1998 NTA competition. The entry was the highest scoring entry in the show, scoring a 99. Kevin is now known as "Mr. Wood Duck."

THIS ISSUE

The Breakthrough Gallery - 1999 NTA Winners 
Wood Duck: Flying Waterfowl - Larry Blomquist and Billy Ollie 
Back to Basics: Shot Hole Repair - Gary Bowen
Our Pet Lynx, Crystal - Jan Van Hoesen
Re-Creating A Bald Eagle Bust - Jim Day 
Molding & Casting African Horns - John Bellucci
Rough Water and Splash in a Flash - Randy Nelson
United Taxidermists of New York - 1999 Competition 
Part IV: Studio Design & Layout - Sandy Garland
The Birds of Billings - 1999 NTA Competition 
Profile: John Lager - John Lager 
African Series: Rhinoceros, Black and White - John Bellucci 
Part I, Carving: River Brown Trout - Bob Berry 
Painting A Walleye - Jeff Brain 

DEPARTMENTS

Letters to the Editor
Calendar of Events
Schools & Training
Classified Ads
The Breakthrough Library
Reference
Advertising Directory

REFLECTIONS, REVIEWS & REVELATIONS


Q & A - Larry Goldman
Common Fish Carving Mistakes-Series - Bob Berry
Opening Split Ears - Boxie Kallina 
The Second Breakthrough Industry Survey 
A Nightmare Came True! - Brad Sturgeon 
Review: The Eliminator - Don Frank 
Dr. Laura Takes Another Look - Safari Times 
Review: Predator-Pro - Larry Blomquist 
Setting Up A Small Studio - Alan Broerse

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