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Painting a Lane Snapper

Painting a Lane Snapper

by Mike Kirkhart

Author: Administrator Account/Friday, October 13, 2017/Categories: Articles - All, Articles - Home Page, Summer 2017 Issue 126

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Many a taxidermist has skin-mounted lane snappers as they are worthy of skin-mount status. The fish I am painting in this schedule is a reproduction. The same colors apply, but skin-mounts will have details to guide painters while with blanks/repros, we have to find our way. My fish in this schedule photo was 17 inches and is the only mold I have, probably because of their skin-mount ease and typical size. Either way you choose to mount one, the colors will be applied similarly so no worries. 


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