What do I do to ensure my trophies get back to me?06/01/18

 

We have developed a new kind of hunt tag for our clients. It will even survive the tanning process.


There are many steps, but here is one of them.

Your first line of defense is to apply hunt tags to the individual trophy parts in the field. This means every separate skin and horn has its own luggage-type tag. We recommend you use your business card on one side, and on the other, indicate which Coppersmith office you want your trophies shipped back to.

You can usually get 8 luggage tags laminated at your local office supply store for about $7.50. Purchase the 8-inch day-glow colors variety pack of plastic electrical ties from your local hardware store. Assign one color to each hunter in your group – this way when they walk past the skinning area they can see at what stage their skins are in the process.

We have developed a new kind of hunt tag for our clients. It will even survive the tanning process. If you would like some, please contact your local Coppersmith Global hunting trophy coordinator.

Lynley Bishop
Eastern Regional Manager
National Hunting Trophy Coordinator

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