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Taxidermy in Saskatoon #5966404 10/07/15 10:18 PM
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Im leaving for my Canada hunt next week. Has anyone used a taxidermy in Saskatoon? I talked to Northern Taxidermy and just want to see if there are any other recommendations or warnings. Moose, Mule Deer, Elk and WT Thanks

Re: Taxidermy in Saskatoon [Re: Trozacky] #5966585 10/08/15 12:10 AM
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I brought my MD capes back with me from Alberta back when I flew home. Not sure what you would need to do today to bring them back, but I wanted my taxidermist mounting both of my MD.


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That's the plan unless we get a Booner. They have shot 4 over 200" so far this year. The plane were on from Saskatoon is small so we would have to break the skull cap and lay them flat. I found a taxi in Saskatoon that could mount it and ship it back. If not Ill take all the animals to my regular taxidermy in Rodgers.

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