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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Bryan Russell, Jul 12, 2022.

  1. Bryan Russell

    Bryan Russell Active Member

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    Pike blank from supplier. This is the show side! AFD9AAE9-07D9-4C64-923B-4BB554B091FB.jpeg
     
  2. Clew

    Clew Help a child, Build our future

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    Looks like time to get to work,
    It’s going to be a rough one to repair
     

  3. Frank E. Kotula

    Frank E. Kotula master, judge, instructor

    Never ever buy second or thirds on casted fish !! Way to many issues!!
    Lol
    Ya what a shame this is what’s being produced and gets called quality!!
     
  4. Richs Taxidermy

    Richs Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Hey I got some bond ooo and resin I can mold your record pike,as Clint Eastwood said a man has to know his limitations.
     
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  5. msestak

    msestak Well-Known Member

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    send it back
     
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  6. JE

    JE Well-Known Member

    Thats bad, how about a heads up as to who's so we can avoid !
     
  7. Bryan Russell

    Bryan Russell Active Member

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    John,
    He’s not selling anymore. He’s in and out of the biz all the time.
    I’ve posted other blanks that were problematic from him, and catch a bunch of crap from all the people That stick up For this trash.
    I’m sure you can figure it out.
    I have two shelves full of garbage blanks that I can’t even use in my trailer from a couple of suppliers.
    Several thousand dollars gone….
     
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  8. NOAH@aarrkk

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    Question about the small bumps/pimples on the blank. I have some bondo/resin molds that were fine when first made............fortunately also when I cast the customer's fish................
    .BUT with the passage of time some of these molds developed dimples in them. Anyone have an idea as to WHY this occurs? I'm thinking the summer heat here in GA caused air bubbles to expand and create them.