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Walleye forms

Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by shorefisherman, Nov 5, 2015.

  1. I usually use matt Thompson forms for my walleyes, but I can't find one there in the size I need facing right with tail up, where are some other good suppliers of walleye forms.

    It's too late to carve my own since I measured, cut, then went to order the form only to find that one wasn't available.
     
  2. 3bears

    3bears Well-Known Member

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    John Rinehart walleye forms are also good, or order one close to right size and make it fit the skin.
     

  3. Monty Artrip

    Monty Artrip Active Member

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    The Tom Sexton Fishworks form are nice. I personally prefer tail down on most fish and carve the vast majority but understand your situation. I believe Fishworks are mostly tail up.
     
  4. I just find one the right girth and close in length, then just shorten or lengthen the form. Preferably shorten, then I don't need to mix up foam.


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  5. I just find one the right girth and close in length, then just shorten or lengthen the form. Preferably shorten, then I don't need to mix up foam.


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  6. den007

    den007 Active Member

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    Lake Country replicas are now marketing forms with great curvature and anatomical accuracy. As was said……they don't need to be exact…….rasp and sand!