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I do not do many walleye's generally because I turn most of them away. Here is the lone walleye for the year almost finished up.

 

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I'm not real big on fish mounts cause alot of the trout mounts I see on here look plastic and phony.... But that might be one of the most realistic mounts i've seen on this site! Great work!
 

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Just curious, why do you turn them away?
 

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I looked at some at your trout mounts and was amazed. You sir, will be the first person I look for if I ever do decide to mount a fish. Painting is superb!
 

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Why turn them away?

Well I take in a limited number of fish per year and I reserve most of those spots for the fish I really enjoy working on like trout and bass.

It is nice to be in a position where you can be somewhat selective -- it makes things much more enjoyable.

Thanks for all the nice comments on the walleye and gitzit your striper looks pertty nice -good job!
 

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Thanks . . . I hope that I didn't offend you by the question, but I was wondering if it involved more work, money, time, or all the above. It looks great!
 

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Nope they are the same as any other fish just some are more fun to work on and definitely No offense taken--I was happy to answer your question.
 
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