13 Best Hunting Trophy Mounts
List Updated March 2023
Bestselling Hunting Trophy Mounts in 2023
Weaver Detachable Top Mount Base, 63B-S, Silver
- Made of the highest quality materials
- Hunting Scopes Mounts
- Another quality Bushnell product
- Top mount aluminum base
- Machined to tight tolerances for a custom fit
- For detachable and adjustable rings
- Aluminum bases offer maximum strength for rings to hold tight
Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope, 1x25mm, Black
Bushnell 886015 Trophy Xtreme Spotting Scope, Green, 16-48 x 50mm
- Porro-prism design featuring premium fully multi-coated optics
- 100% waterproof rubber Armor construction
- Compact tripod with window mount included
- Both a premium waterproof hard-side case and a compact soft-side case are included
- 18 to 48x magnification and a close focus of 25 feet
Antler Mounting Kit with Skull Cover & Engraveable Plaque
- Sturdy plaque with wood grain laminated finish
- Green skull cover can be formed to most horn configurations
- Includes an engravable brass plaque
- Great Do It Yourself kit
- Perfect for memorable antlers, like a first harvest
Rivers Edge Products Green Camo & Orange Camo Toilet Paper
Walnut Hollow Country Antler Mount & Display Kit, Oak
- Solid American Oak Crest Plaque finished with a high quality satin lacquer
- Velvet finished antler cover with gold braid to cover the antler bases for a better finish mount. Cover color may vary from what's depicted
- Assembled size without the antlers is approximately 12" x 9" x 2.88"
- Mount sheds or your hunting trophy antlers; Works with Whitetail Deer and Mule Deer
- Proudly made in Wisconsin, USA
Nxt Generation Force Hunting-Trophy-Mounts Muddy Girl
- Fully functional
- 3 suction cup Tipped arrows
- Center Fire configuration
Trophy Ridge Volt 5 Pin Bow Sight
NOCO Genius G750 6V/12V 750mA Advanced Battery Trickle Charger Maintainer
- [MAINTAIN] The most convenient way extend battery life during year-round battery maintenance or long-term storage of your car, boat, truck, RV, lawn mower, or any other vehicle.
- [CHARGE] Also, completely recharge smaller capacity batteries on motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, scooters, and power wheels up to 30 amp-hours.
- [COMPATIBILITY] Works with all types of 6-volt and 12-volt lead-acid batteries, including Wet, Gel, and AGM, or any common automotive, deep-cycle, marine, or maintenance-free battery.
- [WORRY-FREE] Keep your battery fully charged year-round without worry and zero overcharge. Simply plug-in and let our advanced charging technology automatically monitor and maintain your battery.
- [INCLUDED] One of the most advanced and safest battery trickle chargers - including spark-proof, and reverse polarity protection - battery clamps with integrated eyelets, and a 5-year warranty.
Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Kill Shot Arrow Rest, Medium, Brown
Walnut Hollow Country Deluxe Antler Display Kit with Photo Frame, Oak
- Solid American Oak, wide edge plaque with a satin lacquer finish and photo frame for your hunting picture
- Flexible antler cover with velvet finish; kit easy to mount; includes all you need for a great looking mount. Cover color may vary from what's depicted
- Assembled size without the antlers is approximately 9.5 x 16" x 2.88"
- Mount your hunting trophy antlers; Works with Whitetail Deer and Mule Deer
- Proudly made in Wisconsin, USA
Allen Big Buck Trophy Mount Kit with Skull Cover and Engravable Plate
- Save money and mount your trophy yourself
- Includes an engravable brass plate and mounting hardware
- Recommended for deer, antelope, and similar-sized game
- Black skull cover
- Mossy Oak Break-Up Country plaque
Walnut Hollow Country 3 Beard Turkey Display Kit with Rustic Barn Board Type Finish for Gun & Bow Hunters
- The large solid pine panel is finished to replicate the look and rough feel of barn board
- Mount your three best beards along with your turkey fan on this DIY kit
- Supplied with complete instructions and includes a built in hanger for easier, quicker hanging
- The assembled dimensions are 8.5-Inches by 8.5-Inches by 1.75-Inches
- Made in USA using American Pine; works with Eastern, Osceola, Rio Grande, Merriam's and Gould's Turkeys
The Life of a Hollywood Assistant, or Taxidermy to the Stars
As a Hollywood assistant, one of my first assignments is to pick up Ben Stein's dead stuffed dog from the taxidermist.
After a couple of seconds I managed to stammer out, "You're kidding."
"He said that he feels like he has a rapport with you over Puppy Wuppy."
"I don't remember this being in my job description," I said.
"You obviously didn't read the fine print."
I watched Al as he turned to walk away and said to him, "It's one thing to be the bearer of bad news. It's another thing to be the bearer of a dead stuffed dog."
Ben Stein had a shorthaired pointer, named Puppy Wuppy, who appeared in his talk show Turn Ben Stein On. About a week after the Comedy Central talk show aired, Puppy Wuppy was hit by a car and killed. Ben Stein took her to the taxidermist to get her stuffed.
When I approached the taxidermy store, I thought I had the wrong address. This store fronted on Hollywood Boulevard, and its sign read "We sell guns and knives". It was sandwiched between a sex shop and a psychic, and had a pink celebrity star as a sidewalk doormat.
I was greeted by the manager who led me up to a small workshop on the second floor. I passed semi-automatics and switchblades in the hallway, and as I entered the workshop I was met by deer heads, cobra skins, armadillos, and every other animal imaginable -- all staring back at me with eerie glass eyes.
The manager's name was Hani Haddid and he proudly boasted that he was the premiere taxidermist for the Shah of Iran before moving to Hollywood California. He was from a long line of taxidermists and took his job very seriously.
Hani lifted up the body bag revealing the stuffed Puppy Wuppy. He petted her head.
"She looks real nice, huh?"
"Yeah, right," I said quickly covering her back up again.
He helped me carry her out to the car. I pushed the front seat backwards as he put the dead dog on the seat. Careful of her head, he fastened the seatbelt around Puppy Wuppy.
"Have a nice day," Hani said as I struggled to regulate my breathing. "And tell Ben I said hi."
I got in my car, trying to ignore the fact that a dead stuffed dog wrapped in plastic was sitting on the passenger side of my car.
I tried to put the car in reverse but the dog blocked the shift. I tried to push her, but she wouldn't move.
I opened all the windows. Finally, I started breathing. I tried to shift again. It worked.
I drove back to the studio, and then had to carry the dead stuffed dog across the lot, into the building and up two flights of stairs. One of the stiff paws kept on sticking straight out of the bag. People grimaced and moaned as I walked by, carrying the body bag as if it were a baby. It was really heavy.
No one would open doors for me. They all just watched. I had to balance Puppy Wuppy on one leg, and open the door with my free hand. I kept hitting the dead dog against the doorframe as I tried to walk through.
When I finally got to the office, I had to restrain myself from not throwing the awful, unnatural object on the floor. When I was finally free of it, I realized I was shaking uncontrollably. I ran into the bathroom and broke into a sob.
Why was I crying? Why did I have such a violent reaction to this somewhat humorous, but mainly just bizarre errand?
Maybe it was the closest I've ever gotten to death. Maybe it was the fumes on the chemical ridden hide that was once a part of a living creature. Maybe I realized that as a human, I was prone to caring for something so much that I wouldn't be able to let it go at any cost.
Maybe I was getting my period.
Al lifted up the bag and peered into Puppy Wuppy's glass eyes. His gaze remained attached to her as he circled around her.
His head tilted as he looked up at me with moist eyes. "Her head is a little big, but so is Steven Segal's."
I looked down at Puppy Wuppy. Her head was a little too big.
Al continued, "If they stuffed Hubert Humphrey as well as Puppy Wuppy, he could have run for President in '72."
"That's it? That's all you have to say about this," I said motioning to the dead dog that was already beginning to collect dust.
Al covered Puppy Wuppy with the bag again. He shook his head as he added, "Humphrey dead is more animated than John Kerry alive."