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The Month in Fish Pictures" ~Year 9~ March Edition 2016!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. dougp

    dougp Active Member

    Yes......great start with Rick leading off with some beauts! I really like your walleye Jimmy. Don...great stuff! The char especially opens the box to so many creative options.
    Very nice. I need to get in touch with you.....

    Dave Campbell...from last MIFP....exemplifies what we aspire to accomplish...beautiful Dave!
  2. dougp

    dougp Active Member

    Not sure if I posted this before.... ???

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  3. wow...This site needs a "LIKE" button. that redfish and burbot look real.
  4. dougp

    dougp Active Member

    A little "photo fun" with a big pike in process.......

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  5. Guys I'm at a loss for words this month, what some great fish work.
  6. UFD

    UFD New Member

    Awesome start to the month, guys, way to go!

    Thanks for the nice words, Doug. :)

    Here's a Steelhead that was mostly a February project but spilled over into March a little. It's a replica of a catch-and-release winter-run Washington Steelhead caught last February, and is based off my TS-5 36.75 x 20.75 blank with the girth enlarged to 21.5". The customer elected to pay a chunk more than my standard commercial price in order to allow more time for painting than what I normally allocate. And I rarely argue with that concept, LOL.


  7. 3bears

    3bears Well-Known Member

    WOW, That is fantastic
  8. duxdog

    duxdog Active Member

    Unbelievable Dave. Absolutely breathtaking
  9. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

    x2 Super UFD :eek: Ollie
  10. CCarlson

    CCarlson Active Member

    UNCLE FREAKING DAVE That fish is just incredible. I was looking at the face detail of the fish, and kept waiting of that pectoral fin to move around.

    Your fish are truly inspirational, thanks for posting.
  11. hambone

    hambone Well-Known Member

    Now that's what you call getting your money's worth ,beautiful fish for sure.
  12. shawn9106

    shawn9106 New Member

    Theres all levels of fish taxidermist here, awesome work for sure and I'm jealous of everyone here. I thought I'd show my bass here, not completely finished still have to add the lowers fins and find a piece of drift wood but it's all glossed up and gold scale tipped, this is my 6th fish and I still have a long road of learning. It's again on a cheap Archie Phillips blank (bought it for a little of nothing) 5 pounder I caught a while back.


  13. wishbone

    wishbone New Member

    Looks good...but the eye?
  14. 1fish2fish

    1fish2fish Well-Known Member

    Looking back, we sure have come far, I must say. A really entertaining couple of months, keep at it.
  15. JE

    JE Well-Known Member

    Wow, it is great to see the quality of work on here ! very inspirational to see for sure. A couple from me this month, done for a table stand I had this weekend in Scotland. The cased tout was a 13 lb custom mold as was the Tub Gurnard, I have shown this on here before but revamped the base a bit, the Grayling is also a custom mold . I just couldn't get a good pic of the Trout case due to reflections, they are a nightmare to photograph.
  16. fishncatalina

    fishncatalina Member

    Redfish, Sea trout and flounder....I need a better camera! haha

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  17. roonie

    roonie Member

    killer trophy walleye jimmy L
  18. den007

    den007 Active Member

    Painted 2 "twin" brookies for client Dave Hopkins. Here is the tasteful display he created.

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  19. Jimmy Lawrence

    Jimmy Lawrence Well-Known Member

    Thanks roonie
  20. [​IMG]here's my perch,still in progress. I do a little every night after getting off work from the copper mine. I always argue with myself about how much should be done and when to say enuff is enuff lol. All in all I really just enjoy experimenting and trying new things.