You kill 'em and he'll fill 'em
Tyler James loves to hunt and fish. He also enjoys working with his hands. Taxidermy involves both, and so it was somewhat natural that the Rosemount man fell into the art form.
For five years or so, James did taxidermy as a hobby. He would do mounts for friends and family. And then he decided to get a little more serious about making it a career.
Last year, he attended Dan Rinehart's School of Taxidermy in Edgerton, Wis. Then started his business, Tyler's Taxidermy.