We went to Facebook to see what the average person is spending on a shoulder mount around the US. See what people might have paid in your area.
Hunters are a different breed. I mean, we absolutely love putting dead animals on our walls and will pay a pretty penny to have it done the way we like.
It is rather astonishing, especially since there is a good chance once we pass away, our kids will sell our mounts at a rummage sale for just a few dollars. Let that sink in for a bit. On a social media page, we asked the hunting community a question, along with a picture of a whitetail shoulder mount: "What is the typical cost of a shoulder mount in your area?"
The answers that came through are all below. Maybe this will help you find what range you might want to pay, compare pricing that you have been paying in the past, or maybe just something to read to pass some time.
As you can see, the price you pay can depend on many factors and can vary widely. It all depends on what you want to pay and what kind of work you want done.