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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Jan 9, 2010.
Wow great fish all. That wolf fish did scare my kids ;D
A few SM Bass I just finished...
nice smallies kstenzel, and them are some big bass in your avatar
My sons 10.5 Hybrid Bluegill
Northern Illinois Muskie. This fish was extremely silver. Skin mount. Original cast fins. Fish is 41" with a 18" girth. Caught on a white spinner on 6# test
Great pics everyone - especially enjoyed Dan's bass. By the way, who's LMB replica did you use?
Hate to post after all this amazing work, but here is the first fish Ive done in quite some time.
Longnose gar. I am aware the eyes are very incorrect. I used perch flex eyes and they are not set correctly, as well as too small. At 24 inches, the customer was more than happy with his $400 bill. It's commercial work.
I posted some Longnose gar reference photos in the fish reference photo section
danb... smokin hot fish man... love em both. I been back atleast ten times to look at them
I think that is a short-nosed gar Randy. They have way more spots than the longnose gar not to mention a shorter snout. Nice paint job. Can't wait for spring so I can send an arrow thru some of those.
Brian, At any rate I knew it wasn't an aligator gar,lol. I'll have to beg everyone's forgiveness on that one.
yeah you did a great job but its definitely not a longnose.... shortnose or spotted... i can't remember which one.
Here's mine, Bonneville Cutthroat, Skin Mount and Cast Head.
Rick, AA, Danb, Jimmy L, everyone, awesome work!
Here's the rock bass almost everyone throws back.
Self mold/cast 12-incher with 1/4 oz. bumble bee jig.
I love catching rockbass them suckers are some aggressive little fish and yours looks great
Timjo...you are a real artist!! Like your work... Curtisholson,is that a brown trout on your avatar? How much it weighed?? Great!!!