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Eye Reference

Discussion in 'Fish Reference Photos' started by Capt. Bryan, Oct 22, 2006.

  1. Glenn M

    Glenn M Well-Known Member

    White crappie
     
  2. srholmes30

    srholmes30 Living each and every day

    Hi that is some great looking eye reference.
    Scott.
     

  3. PercaFluviatilis

    PercaFluviatilis ...I hunt , therefore I am...

    Great topic! And great photos. Here is European ide AKA orfe Leuciscus idus

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  4. Northern pike eye
     
  5. srholmes30

    srholmes30 Living each and every day

    Thank you for sharing those photos,Have been doing taxidermy for 17 yrs.And I have to say when it comes to setting my eyes they have been over looked.Thank you all.
    Scott.
     
  6. Pescado

    Pescado Biggest in 2011

    Where's the brown bullhead?

    The two drum shots are neat. What a difference in pupils, one narrows at the bottom and the other , just the opposite. I guess that type of uniqueness is what makes Jeff's eyes the benchmark for custom oculus matching.

    PB
     
  7. axel

    axel Member

    another northern pike
     
  8. Jeff if you have the negatives you can take them and have the put on a cd, or get a scanner and scan your prints and save on a cd for your digital images . rw
     
  9. naturalcreati40

    naturalcreati40 Active Member

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    just beautiful guys and gals. Great idea and great photo's. Anyone have a good closeup of a bass?
     
  10. Here's the best brown bullhead I could find. It's not as clear as some of the others, but it might be useful. I'll have to put out a contract for good fish eye photos this spring.
     
  11. scanman

    scanman New Member

    here are some rainbow trout pics from southwestern PA
     
  12. scanman

    scanman New Member

    Here's one of a tiger trout
     
  13. jemmick

    jemmick Active Member

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    tiger trout
     
  14. Red stag

    Red stag Active Member

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    Here is a spawning Atlantic salmon. Ollie
     
  15. River redhorse (with breeding tubercles)
     
  16. Logperch
     
  17. Redeye bass
     
  18. Redbreast sunfish
     
  19. Here's a spotted bass eye, but unfortunately the reflection takes away from the color.
    Maybe you can get some use out of it (pupil shape, ring, etc.).
     
  20. redfish eye