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Wisconsin Black Bear & Whitetail Deer Hunting Guide and Guided Predator Hunts
Clam Lake Guide & Taxidermy provides Fully Guided Hunts for Wisconsin Black Bear (Zone A), Whitetail Deer, Bobcat, Coyotes and Ruffed Grouse in the Clam Lake, Wisconsin area in The Heart of The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
Northern Wisconsin Bobcat, Coyote & Grouse Hunts
Clam Guide & Taxidermy has over 30 years experience in the woods assisting successful Hunters. It is our pleasure to offer you the chance to harvest an elusive Trophy Black Bear, Elusive Whitetail Deer, Bobcat, Coyotes or Grouse in scenic Northwoods of Wisconsin; in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
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Wisconsin Whitetail Deer Hunts
Clam Lake Guide & Taxidermy offers mentored Whitetail Deer hunts. Our guided deer hunts in Northern Wisconsin are ideal for the Novice
A successful hunt deserves fine taxidermy! We not only guide you on your hunt but we can be your taxidermist, too! Reward yourself after a successful hunt and let us provide you with a fine piece of taxidermy to remember your successful hunt by!
Clam Lake Taxidermy has experience creating beautiful mounts and replicas of fish, upland birds and mammals!
Have questions about our guide services or taxidermy services? Please contact Clam Lake Guide & Taxidermy today so we can spend some time answering any questions you may have!
“Dear Randy ,
Thanks for a great 2018 bear hunt. It was my first but it was awesome. Got to shoot my first bear. You and your guides, baits and tree stand were professionally done. Tree stands were very safe and comfortable to sit for six hours. I hunt a lot out of tree stands and you do it right. Your ability to track my game, drag it out, gut and skin, and butcher it was top notch. Following your instructions, helped me to have a successful hunt! Thanks again. Hope to see you soon.” Paul
Clam Lake Guide & Taxidermy is excited to be working with Ryanoffthegrid@gmail.com to provide more hunts for our Purple Heart recipients.