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    Default Got my Grayling mount back



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    very cool...

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    Great looking fish! Whats with the backdrop?
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    nice looking sail!
    -Tight Lines & head shakin

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    that is a beautiful mount!!! nice fish too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcox View Post
    Great looking fish! Whats with the backdrop?
    upside down ice cream cone, alcanron thinks its rocky road flavor?
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    I want to get one done!
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    Thumbs up Nice Fish

    The fish looks very realistic. Is it a reproduction or a skin mount? I have a few old fish mounts that are skin mounts that I need to have touched up.

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    I'll agree with you guys, the background needs some more work, I'm not a big fan of the sand. I think I'll glue some more rocks on the bottom, but rocks seem to be in short supply with weather being as it is. It's a replica mount, this fish is still swimming. I'm pleased with how the fish was painted. It looks a little lighter in the pic due to the flash but you can see the blue in it more with the naked eye. Stacey Hansen out at broken bone taxidermy (salcha) did the work. Nice guy with some affordable rates. Thanks for the comments guys. Hope I'm not the only one staring out the window, wondering when it will all melt away so we can wet a line again.

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    Greaaaaaaat fish mount! I agree that the substrate needs some work though.
    Your bait stinks and your boat is ugly

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    Beautiful fish! Great mount too. Who did that work for you?

    This is a cool idea. My wife caught a memorable fish once. I've wondered what it would have taken to have a mount or replica made.

    Thanks for posting this. Let us know who did the work sometime.

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