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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-26-2015, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
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Good bobcat taxidermist ?

I'm the central PA area and I caught a bobcat I would like to get mounted, but I've seen some cat mounts and some look good some look like they've been sippin on the ol mason for a bit so I would like to know if anyone knows of a good taxi to do a bobcat, thank you

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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

whitetail reflections Lewistown did a cat for me last yr..best cat mount I ever seen
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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

Gary Repasky in Moshannon, or Eric Smith in Allport...........both do a real good job on cats, I had Repasky do mine a couple years ago....

It wasn't cheap, but it definitely was worth the cost...






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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

Gary Repasky x 2 ... Mountaintop Taxidermy in Moshannon.
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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

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whitetail reflections Lewistown did a cat for me last yr..best cat mount I ever seen
It's true I saw that one myself

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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

That mount is beautiful. Period. I wouldn't hesitate to use him.

In our area Acme taxidermy is my go to guy for just about anything. For good reason

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Re: Good bobcat taxidermist ?

Buckshot, which one did that cat? Eric or Gary?
and thanks all

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Gary Repasky did it for me

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That mount is beautiful. Period. I wouldn't hesitate to use him.

In our area Acme taxidermy is my go to guy for just about anything. For good reason
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Razza in Derry pa. check his Facebook page out believe he won a competition with a cat.
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