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All Entries at the 2022 World Fish Carving Championships®

All Entries at the 2022 World Fish Carving Championships®

All Entries at the 2022 World Fish Carving Championships®

May 3-7, 2022 • Springfield, Missouri

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Part 5 (Final): Mounting and Alligator

Part 5 (Final): Mounting and Alligator

by Larry Blomquist

The majority of this mounting process will follow the methods employed by David Spiess (American Wildlife Studio in Greenwell Springs, Louisiana) who still mounts a lot of gators. David’s older friend and mentor Carl Tregre (Swampland Taxidermy, Houma, Louisiana) is slowly tapering down his business, but Carl admits taxidermy will always be a part of his life—there is a time when you need to slow down. David told me many of his techniques are from the experienced advice from Carl Tregre, plus learning a few tricks on his own.

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EIDERS, PART 2

EIDERS, PART 2

by Larry Blomquist

In the last issue, king eiders were featured in our reference study of the eider species. This issue’s reference will feature common eiders and spectacled eiders, two species of eiders under the genus Somateria, same as king eiders. The other eider species is Steller’s eiders, which have their own genus, Polysticta.

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Painting a Spawning Brook trout

Painting a Spawning Brook trout

by Jeff Brain

Jeff Brain’s Brook Trout Paint schedule was a classic. It was first published in our Issue #65 in 2001 and that issue is very near selling out because of this paint schedule. The schedule has been redesigned and all new reference added, but Jeff’s process is as current as it was in 2001. “The male brook trout shown in this paint schedule was a 23-inch, 7-pound specimen. It was caught through the ice in mid-February, 120 miles north of Toronto, Ontario. When I first saw this specimen in my studio, I felt that the body shape and head features of this fish would make it a good competition piece.”

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