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Discussion in 'Fish Reference Photos' started by GBRUCH, Sep 22, 2006.
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I'm looking for some reference pics of the mouth detail of a male brown trout. I checked the reference section and there
is one that will help somewhat, but I'm hoping somebody has a few more.
Thanks in advance
PS.......I love this forum, it's awesome!!!!!!!
Hope this helps.
Those will help me out for a project I am doing.
Is that one of Cecil's Brownies??
For those that don't believe that paper towels or cloth leave texture imprints just look at the close-up of the mandible. those lil dimples are not supposed to be there.
I saw that Gary.
I've even seen it in some commercial replicas.
Dang, and I thought I was done. Now I have to go back and rework the mouth of a fish I'm almost done painting. I 'd hate to have this thing bite me, and the tougue, man thats ugly. Very beautiful and helpful photos.
I would say the color is on the red side, just because it is a dead fish that has been thawed.
bot the details are really nice to see.
That is perfect, just what I was looking for.....
Thanks a bunch !!!!!!!
Kerby, would you include these in the reference section also..........they're great!
Here's some more.
Just flipping beautiful, thanks for posting these
really nice photos
nice pics thanks
On young trout and salmon they are called "parr marks".