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almberg

Taxidermy Fish Pictures

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As a relatively new sponsor, I thought I would share some photos of my recent work. I promise not to flood this site with pics, but rather share a couple now and then, ie fish, bird, gamehead, of the month.

The two fish today are a 17" 2lb.14oz. black crappie from Minnesota and a spotted gar from texas.

Thanks for looking! BA

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Those looks great man! I wish you would share more but I'll be patient!

Some day I would like a replica of a huge Flathead Catfish (when I catch a 50+ lber) and have a Bullhead in it's mouth.

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That's probably the nicest crappies I've ever seen done, and I'm not just talking about the size. The colors are great! Good job!

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I usually don't like crappie mounts cause the coloring but yours looks pretty darn good!!!! Would like to see some more of your work also!!

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looks like realy good work. I can wait to catch one big enough to mount.

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I don't want to be too critical as the mounts are excellent, but if I were to make a suggestion (and keep in mind, I'm just a layman), I'd prefer the tail of the crappie to be fully fanned. Just my opinion.

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Thanks for the comments everyone.

Nice. Are those real or replica? How big is the gar?

These are both skin mounts. The gar was right at 8lbs., and about 36" long. Pretty good size for a spotted gar.

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Very nice! I am generally not a fan of dead animal wall hangings but these really take you to the lake. You have to respect the art form that is done with the added pressure of being a once in a lifetime catch for most customers!

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Do you have any pictures of your walleye mounts? I would like to see them and keep you in mind if i decide to get another mount done. I heard you do good work and do like the pics of the mounts posted.

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The above is me and Brian Almberg

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This is my friend hanging it up in our clubhouse.

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Very nice mount. I really like the driftwood with th weeds and little fishy's.

Who gave that eye to you Mucc????

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Some catfisherman caught it and was complaining about roughfish.... so I took it off his hands. hehehehehehe

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Wow those are some nice mounts! I'll definately have to get a hold of you when it comes time. Do you also do replicas?

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