The new trophy room at the Cantrell Lodge. Every animal in the Trophy Room was taken by Kris Cantrell. Every animal taken with a rifle was taken with a Cantrell Outdoors Long Range Rifle.
Cantrell Lodge Trophy Room with the air hockey and foose ball table. Also to the left is the gym. The lifesize 300lb mule deer was taken by Kris Cantrell with the help of pro staffer Travis Nickelson in Eastern Washington.
Cantrell Lodge Trophy Room with multiple mounts, safe, and the ever popular air hockey table.
Looking towards the bar in the Cantrell Outdoors Trophy room. Note the Victory Bear, Russian Boar, 3 Impala, Common Springbok, multiple Mule Deer, Blue Wildebeest and more. Also the muzzle loader on the beam was used to take my first elk and is hand covered in that elks hide.
Cantrell Outdoors Long Range Rifle on the bar in the trophy room. The Cantrell Lodge is a great place to have some fun or relax. Belly up to the bar for your favorite cocktail.
Different angle of the Victory Bear. The Taxidermy was done by Blaine Thornton of Thorntons Taxidermy out of Marysville Wa.
Black Bear taken by Kris Cantrell with the help of Joe Nickelson. Also providing much needed muscle in the pack out was Joe’s son and pro staffer Travis Nickelson whom named the bear “the Victory Bear” due to the beautiful white V on the bears chest.
This shows the Cantrell Outdoors Long Range Rifle on my grandfathers chair that was upholstered by Flicks Upholstery of Snohomish Wa. It is done in 10 different animals from my African Safari with my father in 2004 in R.S.A.
Cantrell Outdoors Long Range Rifle backed by a few trophies and the bullet proof Safari Safe custom made for Cantrell Outdoors by the Cannon Safe Company.