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I've seen some skin mounts bigger than that, right doug?
I use loctite, power grab. Of course, there is a right way and a wrong way to use it, you just have to be smart about it.
Now now gentlemen, no need to argue, I use a roller and bingo dobbers, , it's not the artist, it's how stupid the customer is! Lol
I can't say that I've truly seen an artificial spiny dorsal fin that looks real.
Just some common sense here, if you are using automotive clear coat, then why wouldn't you use automotive paint? Or at the very least, ask someone...
All good information there Multi..., however, steelhead/salmon are hatched, not born!
When I first read this I figured yep, it must've been a frost free freezer. Maybe the freezer part of a refrigerator/freezer. Maybe just a stand...
I think the real chore is going to be painting the 10,000 spots!
I used to skin fish and then just throw them in a plastic bag and then in the freezer. Unless you're doing a crappie. But those musky skins are...
Typo. 4 pounds, not 14. Unless of course they said it to you over the phone. Then it's bullspit
Our duck hunt club is called " the grey area duck hunt club". All kinds of grey area when it comes to the dnr and their regulations.
I've carved my own bodies now for 42 years. It sounds like a long time but doesn't seem like a long time. All I've ever done was make an outline...
Well, considering I don't do it anymore and I have no desire to do it, I would say a couple of years. Three years ago it would've been a couple of...
That fish is 31 1/4 inches long and weighs 10 pounds 9 ozs. Any one can clearly tell that.
I use gasoline. Much more cost effective and works great. Just make sure you do a good rinse with dawn.
30 minutes for me, but for that guy that took 16 hours to paint the body would surely take at least a couple hours to paint the fins.
You're only about 2/3rd done painting the fish. Another couple hours anyways.
The real uniqueness of that fish is the lack of spots
Awesome job. I have to wonder about the shape of that caudal fin. It's quite a fork!
First off, great job doug! Secondly, there's a big difference in freezing a fish in a frost free freezer versus a standard chest freezer. I once...