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    I caught a monster Lingcod and Yelloweye the other day. I kept their heads and am curious if anyone knows a way to flesh them out and bleach them. Is this even possible? Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munster View Post
    I caught a monster Lingcod and Yelloweye the other day. I kept their heads and am curious if anyone knows a way to flesh them out and bleach them. Is this even possible? Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks
    Beetles.

    I've seen paddlefish euro's. Pretty bad ass.

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    glad this topic came up as I was just joking with a friend about doing a euro with a chum skull. Guess I need to invest in some dermestid beetles

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    Here is a link that sounds interesting. I found a place in Florida that does whole fish skeletons, they look awesome. I never did get an answer, but I would bet a large fish would require large money.

    http://www.spearfishingplanet.com/fl...sh-skulls.html

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    A day in a shrimp pot and all skulls are spotless clean. Big game skulls as well. Much cheaper and faster than beetles. More fun too!

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