fish displays? With access to some phenomenal size yellow perch, bluegills, and trout on my farm, and large crappies in the future, was thinking of doing some casting and placing them in ice fishing scenes, etc. I have local Amish craftsman that can produce the tables and glass at very competitive rates. Also have a nephew that makes cabinets for a living that might be interested. I've done these with skin mounts for customers, but wondered if there is a market if the fish casts are exceptional like 15 inch + 2 pound yellow perch, and pound and half bluegills. Also 5 pound + brook, brown, and tiger trout. Will start raising largemouth bass again this year. If you did this how would you market it? Do any of you do something similar? I have ideas but just like to get other's take on this. Part of my impetus is to get my twin brother involved in the business that is really good at detail work (he builds scale model railroad cars from scratch). I don't think he'd have any problem with the casting if I get him trained right. My brother has two college degrees and has never gotten back into the accounting field since he was canned during the last recession. Seems no one wants to hire a 60 year old even with an exemplary work record. He's been doing temporary jobs ever since. I have big tourist trap within 20 minutes of me that would probably sell for a commission (Shipshewanna, Indiana). Thoughts?