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    Default king mount

    Alaska Real Life Taxidermy did and excellent job on my king!
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    awesome fish

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    That's a gorgeous mount. Got to love those ocean kings... what a beautiful creation.

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    I sent Mark the fish and he made a mold from my fish, this a exact replica.
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    I owe myself a visit out to your place, by the way... hopefully next summer? Looking for lings, halibut and rockfish mostly. A king would be nice if it was a good eating one. I will likely get all the reds I need from dip netting...

    When is a good time for all that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Strahan View Post
    I owe myself a visit out to your place, by the way... hopefully next summer? Looking for lings, halibut and rockfish mostly. A king would be nice if it was a good eating one. I will likely get all the reds I need from dip netting...

    When is a good time for all that?

    -Mike
    JUly, August, seems to be the best for what you want, we catch king year round.
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    Absolutey gorgeous work! So life like it is hard to believe... I have seen a bit of taxidermy in my day and this shop is up at the top!

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    Nice upgrade for the living area, will bring memories for a long time.

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    Alaska Real Life Taxidermy fish mounts are the best I ever seen (period) I believe they have some fish mounts at B & J. If I ever hook another big King in the salt. They will do my mount....

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    I am always thinking about mounting one of my salt water kings. Out ouf curiosity what does a nice replica mount like that cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason in SE View Post
    I am always thinking about mounting one of my salt water kings. Out ouf curiosity what does a nice replica mount like that cost?
    Average $28-$38 per inch based on several local places.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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