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Eye Reference

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

  1. redfish eye set and nose detail
  2. Brook trout eye

  3. Capt. Bryan

    Capt. Bryan New Member

  4. DanB

    DanB New Member

    Florida Gill


    would you happen to have anymore pictures of a florida gill like that???
    I have one I am about to do and my referance pics suck.
  6. Jimmy Lawrence

    Jimmy Lawrence Well-Known Member

    Lol, OH SNAP.

    here we go on that one again.........LOL>
  7. PercaFluviatilis

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

    maybe one-sided wall mount with on eye? :)
  8. Mount it right turn and put the eye to the back. LOL NAHHHH!!!!!!!!
  9. Kevin W.

    Kevin W. New Member

    I caught a smallmouth likt that carp a couple years ago, up in the Boundary Waters.
  10. Shovelnose sturgeon eye and some head detail
  11. Blue sucker eye
  12. Goldeye eye and head detail
    (Wisconsin endangered species)
  13. Clete

    Clete The A-10. My kind of warthog

    Erie Trib steel
  14. Glenn M

    Glenn M Well-Known Member

    Chain pickerel and a fallfish.
  15. Only problem with this is these fish are all out of the water. you want them right then the pics should be underwater.
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    Anatomically correct, copare to Black Forest Eyes new fish eye.. That has been in development for over three years.

  17. Rainbow eye

    Notice no extreme rotation.
  18. Brown trout eye

    No extreme rotation on this brown.
  19. torque10

    torque10 touch me and see what happens

    anybody got a perch pic?
  20. Be careful with all these pics. A fishes eye looks different out of the water than when its in. Also, most these pics are of fish lying on their sides, a fishes eye will look down toward the ground if it laid on its side